Jakarta – Mother’s milk (ASI) can change according to the needs of the baby, you know, Mother. No wonder if you may have seen breast milk turn thick like pudding. The study, published in Pediatric Clinicians of North America, explains that the texture, consistency, and taste of breast milk don’t just vary depending on the baby’s needs. Breast milk has the capacity to change rapidly based on biofeedback from the baby’s saliva. Although most of the flow of milk leaves the breast and enters the baby’s mouth, some of the saliva will make it return to the breast duct via back suction. Your body is also triggered to change the composition of your breast milk based on markers in your saliva. If the baby is sick, then breast milk will have more of the bioactive molecules needed to fight infection. As the baby grows into an adult, the milk will change to adapt to the calorie and nutritional needs, so that the milk becomes thick. Similarly, as quoted from Romper. Thick milk needs to be watched out for if it is accompanied by an unpleasant odor or looks stale. However, there are times when thick breast milk such as pudding is also safe to give to the baby. So what causes thick breast milk? Citing various sources, here are 3 causes of thick breast milk like pudding: 1. Breast milk is hindmilk. Breast milk changes from initial breast milk (foremilk) to late breast milk (hindmilk). Foremilk tends to be more watery and clear, while hindmilk is thicker. “Foremilk is high in lactose so it can help the baby’s brain development and provide energy. Hindmilk tends to be thicker, rich in fat, and plays a role in baby’s weight gain,” said lactation counselor, FB Monika in the Smart ASI and Breastfeeding Book. Hindmilk is also more filling for babies like the main meal, Mother. Differences in the content of foremilk and hindmilk occur when the interval between feedings is two hours or more. Thick breast milk is also usually found in expressed milk. The breast milk appears thicker and yellow like cream and settles to the top. Thick expressed breast milk does not mean spoiled or stale. You just need to gently shake the container of expressed breast milk so that the milk mixes again. “The breast milk will separate into several layers when left for some time in the refrigerator. The milk fat will rise to the top,” said Monika. Read the next page, yes, Mother. Also check out healthy foods that must be consumed by breastfeeding mothers, in the following video:
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