Nowadays, many mothers like to put their milk in the breastfeeder when they are feeding. This is very convenient, and they can feed it to the baby when the baby needs to drink. However, some mothers are worried about whether the heated breast milk will lose nutrients. So, will breast milk be damaged by warming breast milk with a breast warmer?
When breast milk is heated, it is best not to exceed 56 degrees. High temperature heating above 56 degrees C will reduce the activity of immunoglobulin and enzymes. It is best to heat around 40 degrees.
Mothers who want to save time and energy may wish to prepare a special breast warmer for themselves. Set the temperature of the breast warmer to 40°C and heat the breast milk in a separate water.