– Chinese Adults Hire Wet Nurses To Provide Human Breast Milk On Demand For Around $2,700 Per Month
– EXCLUSIVE ‘White gold’: How mothers are selling their breast milk for up to $500 a litre as demand from athletes, cancer patients and men with fetishes skyrocket
- A mother has revealed how high the demand for black market breast milk is
- The woman says milk can sell for between $200 and $500 per litre in Australia
- Buyers include cancer patients, mothers with no milk and elite athletes
- Other buyers have breast milk fetishes – they are often willing to pay the most
Mothers can earn up to a staggering $500 per litre for their breast milk on the black market, with cancer patients, athletes and people with fetishes first in line for the product.
A mother-of-two told Daily Mail Australia she sells her breast milk to cancer patients and refuses to charge more than $30 a litre for it – but her friends earn much more.
‘Some athletes are happy to pay $220 a litre regularly – more if the mother eats clean and exercises regularly,’ she said.
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Tags: Australia, Breast milk, China, Global News, Society
– Slack Science Destroys Monsanto Breast Milk Study (Sustainable Pulse, July 27, 2015):
Washington State University (WSU) researchers, led by Dr. Michelle (Shelley) McGuire, working alongside Monsanto and the Monsanto service contractor Covance Laboratories, announced last week that U.S. women’s breast milk does not contain the world’s most sold herbicide, glyphosate.
However, following an investigation by Sustainable Pulse and Moms Across America, published last week, the study was found to be full of massive conflicts of interest and also many unanswered scientific questions. Continue reading »
Tags: Breast milk, Endocrine system, Environment, Global News, Glyphosate, Health, Monsanto, Roundup, Roundup Ready, Science
There is NO alternative to breast milk!
– Greens warn: German breast milk unsafe after Glyphosate findings (Feed The World, June 27, 2015):
The Green Party warned on Friday about the health risks of breast-feeding after traces of a substance found in weed-killer were found in breast milk.
The Green party made their warning after testing the breast milk of 16 women from a variety of German regions.
Traces of glyphosate, a chemical used in weed-killers, amounting to between 0.210 and 0.432 nanograms per mililitre (PPB) were recorded.
For breast milk testing results for Glyphosate from the U.S. in 2014 click here
In drinking water a quantity of no more than 0.100 nanograms of the substance is allowed. Continue reading »
Tags: Breast milk, Germany, Global News, Glyphosate, Health, Monsanto, Roundup, Roundup Ready
– Chinese adults hire wet nurses to provide human breast milk on demand as ‘Mother Nature’s smoothie’ (Natural News, Aug 29, 2013):
The South China Morning Post is now reporting that adults in China are paying good money to breastfeed on wet nurses who are well paid for providing their milk. The wet nurses are paid around US$2,700 per month, and clients are offered the ability to consume the beverage directly. As in mammary consumption.
(Pause to let this sink in for a minute…)
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Tags: Breast milk, China, Food, Global News, Health, Milk, Society, Wet Nurses, Women, World Food Programme
– Radioactive Cesium from Breast Milk from Mothers in Hiroshima Prefecture, 840 km from Fukushima I Nuke Plant (EX-SKF, Oct. 12, 2011):
One mother had lived in Hiroshima since before the March 11 nuclear accident. The expert at Hiroshima University who measured the density of radioactive cesium suspect it is internal radiation from ingesting contaminated food.
Hiroshima is over 840 kilometers from Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant.
From Chugoku Shinbun (10/12/2011):
内 部被曝（ひばく）防止に取り組む市民団体「繋（つな）がろう広島」は11日、広島県内在住の母親２人の母乳から微量の放射性物質が検出されたと発表した。 東日本大震災後に東京から避難した１人と以前から県内に住む１人。測定に協力した広島大は「授乳には問題ない値」としている。
A citizens’ group called “Tsunagaro Hiroshima (Let’s connect, Hiroshima” announced on October 11 that a minute amount of radioactive materials has been detected from the breast milk of two mothers who live in Hiroshima Prefecture. One of them escaped from Tokyo after the March 11 disaster; the other had lived in Hiroshima since before the disaster. The researcher at Hiroshima University who measured the breast milk says there is no problem feeding their babies with the breast milk.
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Tags: Breast milk, Environment, Fukushima, Global News, Health, Hiroshima, Japan, Milk, Nuclear, Nuclear reactors, Radiation