Breastfeeding is Being Revolutionized as FeedArt Presents a Combined Digital Device Bundled With a Smartphone App

The major difficulty with breastfeeding is real-time knowledge of how much a baby has nursed. Blocked channels and several other medical and physiological reasons may cause malnutrition. Up until now, no reliable, accurate, real time and with no interference to the baby's nursing cycle, was available.

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United States (PRWEB) June 09, 2012

The major difficulty with breastfeeding is real-time knowledge of how much a baby has nursed. Blocked channels and several other medical and physiological reasons may cause malnutrition. Up until now, no reliable, accurate, real time and with no interference to the baby's nursing cycle, was available.
With FeedArt for the first time, babies may nurse freely while their mothers are able to keep track of the quantities he eats in real-time. This newly designed electronic, noninvasive, device presents accurate detailed information on the Smartphone, which can also shared on-line with the baby's Doctor and lactation advisor, regarding each nursing cycle. It keeps historical data and comparable to past nursing and common averages for the baby's age.
FeedArt will show real-time information needed concerning the baby's eating. Quantities, flow, amount per breastfeeding comparable nursing history and more will be graphically presented on the Smartphone screen. FeedArt will memorize all the information and show daily & monthly eating habits, in order to keep track of the baby's proper development.

KNOW THIS:
Scientific research shows breastfeeding as the healthiest way for babies to grow and develop. It improves their immune system and prevents diseases, infections and allergies. Breastfeeding does not always go smoothly and it is difficult to know how much babies have actually consumed. Today more and more women around the world are aware of this fact and are searching for ways to keep track of their baby's feeding habits and volume.
Worldwide statistics show that up to 35% of women that breastfeed say they have to know exactly how much their baby has consumed. Our newly designed product measures babies' consumption and precisely evaluates the milk flow.


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