Bigger baby bottles lead to weight gain
This is a very interesting and important health tip to keep in mind, especially when you have a newborn baby. A recent study shows that something as simple as the size of the bottle used to feed a baby in the first growing months can significantly affect how much weight is gained early on. This is because babies will usually finish the amount in the bottle, regardless if it is actually too much. Thus it is important for parents to ensure they know exactly how much calories they are feeding their baby, and how much the baby actually needs.
In fact, it is also believed that a person's satiety, or sense of fullness while eating food, is developed also in the early years of childhood. This means that when a baby is given too much food at a young age, this can make keeping the weight off more difficult even many years into adulthood!