Breastmilk is an extraordinarily-alive human tissue - teaming with both human cells and bacterial cells. Yet researchers have only recently begun exploring this area. Breastmilk can be seen as the ultimate gardener – seeding the infant with up to 600 different bacterial species and then selectively feeding these with unique prebiotics, whilst weeding out potentially harmful bacteria with unique selective “weeders” within breastmilk. Learn more about this amazing system within breastmilk in this complementary 30-minute webinar for health-conscious individuals.
Dawn Whitten BNat (Hons), FNHAA, IBCLC, is passionate
about protecting and nurturing the microbiome of the next generation.
She is a researcher and educator and clinician with 15 + years
experience focused on women’s
health through pregnancy and beyond, and infant and toddler health. She
is also an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant.Click
here for a full bio.