Nausea, constipation and heartburn.
-Nausea: waking and arise slowly, eat dry toast or crackers, chew gum or suck on hard candies, eat small frequent meals, avoid foods with offensive odors, drink carbonated beverages.
-Constipation: eat food with high fiber, exercise regularly, drink at least 8 glasses of liquid a day, respond promptly with urge to defecate, use laxatives
-Heartburn: relax and eat slowly, chew food thoroughly, eat small frequent meals, drink liquids between meals, avoid spicy and greasy foods, sit up while eating, elevated head while sleeping, wait 3 hours after eating before lying down, wait 2 hours after eating before exercising.
-For infants: provides appropriate nutrients with high bioavailability, hormones that promote physiological development, improves cognitive development, protects against infections and illnesses and chronic diseases and food allergies, reduces risk of SIDS, supports healthy weight.
-For Mothers: contracts uterus, delays return of regular ovulation, may protect against breast and ovarian cancer and type 2 diabetes, increase energy expenditure.
-Other: cost and time savings for medical treatment and formula, environmental savings to society, convince of not having to shop and prepare for formula.