Breast milk is the optimal source of nutrition for infants, and it is also less expensive than most infant formulas.
Breast milk contains all of the nutrients that infants need for the first six months of life, and it continues to provide many important nutrients even after that time.
In addition, breastfeeding has numerous health benefits for both the mother and the child.
There are some situations in which artificial feeding may be necessary, such as when a mother is unable to produce enough breast milk or when a child is unable to breastfeed due to a medical condition.
In these cases, the cost of artificial feeding should be carefully considered and weighed against the potential benefits.
It may be necessary to seek financial assistance or to use a less expensive formula if the cost of artificial feeding is a concern.
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