Breast milk has always been healthier than formula, whether the babies are premature or not. Let's get real: nature intended for babies to drink from their mothers' breasts, not from cow's nipples or from plastic bottles filled with sugar water (corn syrup is a common ingredient in most baby formulas).
That so many mothers have been hoodwinked into feeding their babies liquid, processed food has always amazed me. Some people will do absolutely anything their doctor tells them. "Here, feed your baby this! I'm an authority!" And 95% of mothers will just go right along and do it, even if the advice harms their baby.
The fact is, breast milk contains all sorts of chemistry that modern science hasn't even identified, much less replicated. And even if every molecule of mother's milk were identified, you still can't bottle and package Vitamin L. (Love)
The entire campaign to convince mothers to feed formula to their babies has but one source: profits for baby formula manufacturers.
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