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  1. Rebecca Rens
    October 30, 2013 @ 11:42 am

    I breast fed my babies for a very, very long time and one son still has allergies. I feed my dogs better than what babies get with a lot of low nutritional quality formula.

    I recommend goats milk if a mother can not lactate enough to satisfy her baby’s nutritional needs.

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  2. Jena Reid
    October 30, 2013 @ 8:11 pm

    While breast milk is not an absolute “cure all” for everything, it is rather remarkable. It does contain anti-infectious properties, immunity from mother, enzymes, essential fatty acids that feed the brain, just to name a few. And evidence-based studies do prove that EXCLUSIVELY breastfeeding reduces (key word reduces) the risks of allergies, asthma, diabetes, obesity, cancers etc. (The list of benefits for mother and baby are many)

    Goats milk?! Now look at it from a simple biological perspective. Humans should drink human milk. Not a cows, not a goats…And vulnerable infants especially, should be breastfeeding, not formula feeding to protect their GI and stabilize their sugars. There’s a powerful reason why formula companies will never be able to replicate breast milk. I wish more mothers were informed of the risks of formula feeding.

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