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Baby Boys And Girls Receive Different Nutrients In Breast Milk, Harvard University Study


2/18/2014 7:12:39 AM

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Baby formula should be tailored for boys and girls to reflect the differences in milk that mothers produce depending on their baby's sex, researchers say. Tests on mothers' milk in both monkeys and humans have showed that levels of fat, protein, vitamins, sugars, minerals and hormones vary enormously, but there is evidence that milk made for female and male babies is consistently different.

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