Breastfeeding (Natural immunisation) & Bottlefeeding
Junk Food Racket  Poisoning Racket (Human abuse)
Child Health

'Mothers, by breastfeeding their children (male and female) for 2.5 years and beyond, can radically alter human societies, reduce depression and violence by over fifty percent, and pave the way for true human equality.' [2007] James W Prescott, Ph.D.

[6.8% of American mothers are breastfeeding at 12 months; 2.7% are breastfeeding at 24 months; and only 1% at 30 months or more.  Editors last 2 unvaccinated kids: last one was breastfed for 3 1/2 years (solids first at 2 years), one before breastfed for 2 1/2 (solids first at 11 months).  Worldwide, the average age of weaning is somewhere around 3 to 4 years, minimum 2.5 years is the recommendation (Prescott).
    This knowledge has been suppressed 1, Allopathy Inc turns a 'blind eye' (and receives money from the makers) to its dangers, just giving the dangers lip service, as bottle feeding is the main cause of child illness after vaccination. Not just the physical health benefits, equally important is the mental and emotional health the child gets from extended breastfeeding due to proper bonding.]

See: Birth trauma Poisonous pedagogy  Bonding (attachment)  Violence  Gut flora  Emotional development


Baby Milk ingredients
Breastfeeding in Public
Extended breastfeeding
Anti-Breastfeeding promotion that praises breastfeeding as the ‘natural’ way to feed infants
Funding of formula manufacturers

Suppression of child health knowledge
Third World export of baby milk

[2006 Letter BMJ] re Breastfeeding and Intelligence Not Demonstrated

[2010 Jan] Is breast really best? Professor defies official advice to hail formula milk as just as good

[2009 July] So is breast NOT best? Expert claims benefits of breastfeeding have been hugely exaggerated

James W. Prescott, Ph.D. Violence [2007] James W Prescott, Ph.D.

Hilary Butler

External articles
Breastfeeding Guide

Dr Jack Newman: Breastfeeding Articles

SIDS: linked to cow milk?

James W. Prescott, Ph.D. Letter to Dr.Duane Alexander, Director, NICHD.
Letter of 28 October 2005 that summarizes the minimum nutritional requirements of the essential amino acids as described in The Merck Manual, 15th Ed (1987) and 17 Ed (1999-2005) for infants, children and adults and which highlights the increased amino acid requirements for Tryptophan (293% increase) and Tyrosine/Phenylalanine (478% increase) that is not reflected in changes in commercial infant formula to reflect these revised standards; additional cross-cultural data on 65 tribal cultures which document that 86% of cultures that have weaning age of 2.5 years or greater are rated low or absent in suicide; and request for reversal of my wrongful termination. Request to convene an Inter-Federal Agency panel to review documents and initiate biobehavioral and MRI brain scan studies to document impaired brain-behavioral development due to infant formula feeding and impaired maternal-infant/child bonding. (last modified ).

James W. Prescott, Ph.D. Letter to DHHS Secretary Michael O. Leavitt
Letter of 2 Feb 06 that reviews scientific evidence that infant formula milk is malnutrition for normal brain development and behavior and to establish a DHHS Committee to review the evidence submitted and to take corrective actions. (last modified ).

James W. Prescott, Ph.D. Letter to Dr. Zerhouni, Director, NIH
Letter of 3 Feb 06 with copy of letter sent to DHHS Secretary Leavitt, that establishes the scientific evidence that infant formula milk is deficient in the essential amino acids which constitutes malnutrition for brain function and behavior that threatens the physical and behavioral health of generations of American children that requires immediate corrective actions. A request to distribute letter to DHHS Secretary Leavitt to the Directors of the various National Institute of Health concerned with the health of infants and children was made. (last modified ).

James W. Prescott, Ph.D.
Dr Robert Reisinger (gut flora, breast-feeding and the effect of vaccines on babies.)
Hilary Butler (gut flora, breast-feeding and the effect of vaccines on babies.)
Catharina Svanborg (breastmilk)

The Politics of Breastfeeding by Gabrielle Palmer

The Breastfeeding Café: Mothers Share the Joys, Challenges, & Secrets of Nursing by Barbara L. Behrmann, Ann Arbor: U Michigan Press, 2005.

Lactivists-Don't be embarrassed by a baby at a breast
Global Breastfeeding
Baby Milk Action
McSpotlight on the Baby Milk Industry
Sheila Kitzinger
MIDIRS (Midwives Information and Resource Service)
La Leche League
Breastfeedin Mums
Breastfeeding in Islam
Muslim women are encouraged to breastfeed their babies for two whole years

Side Effects of Not Breastfeeding Newborns