New York: The list of extraordinary benefits of breast milk is long, and it is now known that infants who are breastfed may be more intelligent than others because they have increased neurocognitive ability.

Experts from the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) and the Del Monte Institute of Neuroscience have performed thousands of tests on nine- and ten-day-olds. When compared to infants who did not drink breast milk, their results and scores were very good.

Daniel Eden Lopez is the lead author of the report and claims that the positive effects of breast milk can be seen in just a few months. According to a report published in FrontierZan Public Health, this research is of paramount importance to mothers in fostering breastfeeding.