We know that the breastfeeding is a natural diet for a newborn and healthy too. It may keep you safe from different diseases like asthma, leukemia, or type-2 diabetes for your whole life. Nowadays, people are more connected to each other than ever. All the developments in other countries it may be industrial, new trends and fashion or it could be anything, sometimes we feel that strange or years later we follow them but one we can not ignore them. New trends took place.
There was no concept of Baby Formula years ago then it is introduced by doctors. The hand out packets of nutrition, milk, and other baby health needs which resulted in the birth of a new industry. The baby formula allows the mother to choose how they want to feed their baby.
As a human, we have mood swings sometimes, feel that a particular thing could be beneficial later we regret, that’s how they feel less natural diet could cost much in medical. As in 2010 study published in the journal, Pediatrics found that if 90% of U.S. families breastfeed exclusively for six months, the country would save $13 billion per year and prevent more than 900 infant deaths. But still, it’s a long-term process.
Another brick in the wall
A new industry emerged “Breast Milk for Sale.” It may sound strange but now it’s happening on a wider scale. It started with a bleary-eyed Google search: “Sell breast milk.” Desiree Espinoza had a 2-month-old baby girl but was pumping out enough milk to feed triplets. Ziplock baggies full of the stuff were crammed in her freezer, and unpaid bills crowded her kitchen table. She was not sure there was a market for her overflow or whether selling it was even legal. A few clicks later, she found herself on a website called Only the Breast. A few days later, she was in business, selling the milk at $2 an ounce.