Power pumping is known as one way to increase breast milk supply. This technique mimics the frequency of breastfeeding from the baby who is experiencing a growth spurt. Power pumping is carried out for one hour.
Breastfeeding and formula are fundamentally different. Breast milk contains good bacteria and enzymes that strengthen the intestines and digestion of a developing baby. Meanwhile, formula milk does not have these living cells.
Exclusive breastfeeding means breastfeed the baby for the full 6 months without any additional food or other beverages. All types of nutrients that babies need are contained in breast milk.