We’ve noticed some interesting news stories this week that have got all of us at Greatvine HQ thinking. Yesterday we saw numerous reports on research from Oxford University that suggests children who are breastfed for at least four months have fewer behaviour problems.
This looks like an incredibly interesting study and the results do seem to be significant, but the fact remains that for some women whether or not to breastfeed isn’t simply a matter of choice. Many new mothers find it extremely difficult to breastfeed their babies and don’t have access to enough specialist advice to help them succeed when they try.
With this new study adding yet more evidence to the ‘breast is best’ debate, we’re pleased to have so many amazing breastfeeding experts available on Greatvine – 26 of them, to be precise – all of whom are ready and able to offer individual advice on the phone, for those mothers in need of a little extra assistance. Among these excellent experts we have Geraldine Miskin (Breastfeeding Counsellor), Dominique Grosse (Health Visitor), Katherine Fisher (Lactation Consultant) and Caroline Flint (Midwife and Childbirth and New Baby Expert). If you, or someone you know, could benefit from their help why not visit the breastfeeding page and see who is available to speak now, or schedule a call for a later time.