Breast milk content varies for boys and girls

New research has found that breast milk content varies for baby boys and girls. For example, calcium content is higher for females than males. “There’s evidence that mothers are producing different biological recipes of milk for sons and daughters and the magnitude of this effect varies across their reproductive careers,” Katie Hinde of Harvard University’s Department of Human Evolution told Discovery News. Read more here: “Breast milk varies for males, females.”

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