Damage to sugars with breastfeeding:


Of the damage that causes unhealthy or salty sugars or fats to be consumed during breastfeeding is a weakness in your child's ability to control his appetite and promotes the desire to eat junk food later in life, indicating that your child will become obese when growing up.

High sugar levels in breast milk also cause problems in the cognitive development and learning of children later, as well as increased chances of developing diabetes, heart disease and fatty liver disease.

Excessive intake of sugar also makes you more susceptible to yeast infection, which causes the growth of fungi around the nipple and small cracks around it, and travels to your baby's mouth through breastfeeding, causing infections and mouth infections in your baby.