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Breastfeeding Norms Around the World

Maia Moda was happy to collaborate on an article with Well Rounded NY discussing the breastfeeding norms around the world.  Here is an except.  Click here for the full article.

Breastfeeding is one of the most natural things in the world. It is also one of the healthiest things moms can do for their babies, as breast milk provides all the nutrients they need to grow and develop. While not every mothers can or chooses to breastfeed, the World Health Organization recommends that infants be exclusively breastfed until they are 6 months old. Thereafter, continued breastfeeding with nutritious, complementary foods remains the healthier choice until they turn two. But culture heavily influences people’s views on breastfeeding; and how you do it, when you do it and for how long can vary greatly from country to country.   

To offer some perspective, we are taking you on a little breastfeeding world tour. Here’s how breastfeeding rates compare in 9 countries (US, Mongolia, UK, Peru, Iran, Norway, Japan, Morocco, France) around the globe and how these nations’ cultural norms affect breastfeeding trends.

Click Here to Check Out the Full Article.

Veronica Horner

MAIA MODA Co-Founder



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