The introduction of complementary bottles in the first weeks can disrupt the smooth progress of breastfeeding. The introduction of supplements into a breastfed child is a tempting response to women’s doubts about their ability to feed their child enough with their own milk. Except in special cases, this practice is discouraged because it limits the child’s demand within the breast, can lower milk production and increases the risk of early weaning. Do not give breastfed newborns any foods or beverages other than breastmilk, unless indicated otherwise. In a healthy full-term baby who sucks on demand and effectively, there is no risk of dehydration or stunting.