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This book is a must read for men and women.
Her knowledge of the World Health Organization's activity regarding infant formula and the economic impact of formula feeding vs. breastfeeding is extremely intricate.
This is the third edition of the book and it is very well researched, with many reliable papers and studies cited.
Any and all women should read this book. In fact anybody should... Women would then have better support from their partners and families to do what's best for their babiesPublished 1 day ago by Catherine Patzen
An honest look at how political breastfeeding is, and the lengths that businesses go to to ensure that their bottom lines are protected. Read morePublished 1 month ago by mom-o-two
The author showed some bias, which was unfortunate, but the information was well presented in the main - not to mention fascinating!Published 2 months ago by Aisling Cahill
Great book! Very interesting. It opened my eyes on many things.Published 2 months ago by misha1misha
I am in the middle of the book, but feel that I need to write the review already.
I feel very thankful to author and would highly recommend this book to everybody who is... Read more
An excellent read. It tends to be somewhat repetitive if you're already well versed on breastfeeding vs formula issues but nevertheless a good and educational read.Published 4 months ago by C,Switzer
This book stands as one of the few books I've read that opened up an entire new vista of seeing reality. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amy
As a breatfeeding mom, I am always looking for information about history and sociology of breastfeeding. This book is just incredibly informative. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Aguillaume Cécile