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Free Resource: NICU Nurturing and Nutrition

NICU nutritionThis month Hand to Hold is proud to release a comprehensive FREE resource to the NICU community, courtesy of Prolacta Bioscience®. Our latest free resource, NICU Nurturing and Nutrition, was developed for parents currently in the NICU who may have questions about how to meet their medically fragile baby’s nutritional needs. This resource is available to parents and medical professionals at no cost.

NICU Nurturing and Nutrition covers several key areas of feeding:

  • The special mom/baby connection
  • Reading your baby’s feeding cues
  • Your breast milk
  • Donor breast milk
  • Human milk fortification
  • Pumping
  • If pumping or donor milk is not available

To take advantage of this free resource, download Nurturing and Nutrition in the NICU. The link will open in a new window, where you can right click and save to your computer.

You may also be interested in: NICU Now Podcast Episode 1: You Are Not Alone: Coping with Guilt and Grief in the NICU.

 

Hand to Hold’s free resource, Nurturing and Nutrition in the NICU, is graciously sponsored by Prolacta Bioscience®, the pioneer in providing 100% donor milk-based nutrition for premature infants in the NICU. Only Prolacta offers a Human Milk Fortifier made exclusively from 100% donor milk. For more information visit prolacta.com.

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Leigh Ann Torres About Leigh Ann Torres

Online Community Coordinator, Preemie Babies 101 Lead Blogger - Leigh Ann Torres is a freelance writer, blogger and mother of three living in Austin, TX. After a short and sudden bout with severe preeclampsia, Leigh Ann’s identical twin girls were delivered at 31 weeks, spending 38 mostly uneventful days in the NICU. Two years later the Torres family welcomed another baby, this time at term, with only a mild case of preeclampsia. Leigh Ann currently runs Hand to Hold’s official blog and social media channels. When she’s not doing laundry or fulfilling requests for snacks, she usually has her nose stuck in a book. You can keep in touch with Leigh Ann on Twitter or via email.

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