Breast milk’s carbs can protect against bacteria-based illnesses

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The nurturing act of breastfeeding has been linked to countless benefits over the years, from lowering a child’s risk of asthma and allergies to reducing the chances of the mother being diagnosed with cancer, and the latest research reveals a woman’s milk contains sugars that boast anti-bacterial properties.

Read more: http://www.parent24.com/Baby/Breastfeeding/breast-milk-can-protect-against-bacteria-based-illnesses-20170822

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