what is colostrum? the newborn milk
On this Boober Tube Tuesday video, founder of boober offers an explanation of what colostrum is and how it works. Colostrum is the first form of breast milk that comes immediately following delivery of a newborn. It is golden, sticky, and replete with antibodies to help line your baby’s gut and help them eliminate their meconium (first stool). Your baby will typically take only 1-2 tablespoons in the first 24 hours through frequent feeds. Learn more by watching our video below.