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The baby should be held in the crook of the arm so that the head is free to move about and the back is supported. During feeding the baby turns his head slightly upwards as if he were looking up, and so the position should be such that the nipple is pointing at the baby's nose at the time of commencing a feed. During suckling, the baby should be held close enough for his chin to touch the breast. In such a posture the nipple is more likely to reach the top of his mouth, which is ideal for setting up the feeding behaviour.

Casein, a-lactalbumin and ~-lactoglobulin. 4 per 38 Breast Feeding: the Biological Option cent casein. The remainder consists mainly of lactalbumin and lactoglobulin. In addition to providing nourishment the proteins of milk are also associated with certain specific functions. For example, the several proteins of the casein group form miscelles with calcium and phosphate and are important carriers of these minerals, because the amount carried in this manner in milk greatly exceeds the quantities present in simple aqueous solutions.

Casein, a-lactalbumin and ~-lactoglobulin. 4 per 38 Breast Feeding: the Biological Option cent casein. The remainder consists mainly of lactalbumin and lactoglobulin. In addition to providing nourishment the proteins of milk are also associated with certain specific functions. For example, the several proteins of the casein group form miscelles with calcium and phosphate and are important carriers of these minerals, because the amount carried in this manner in milk greatly exceeds the quantities present in simple aqueous solutions.

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