Article from the Daily Mail, 30th July 2018
Two-thirds of Britons wrongly believe breast milk is no different to formula products, despite experts insisting it can't be replicated in labs.
- The UK has one of the lowest breastfeeding rates in the world, says documentary
- Experts stress that many nutrients in breast milk cannot be replicated artificially
- Breast milk gives babies natural painkillers, aids to sleep and immune support
Two-thirds of people believe there is no difference between breast and formula milk, a study has found.
This lack of knowledge of the benefits of breast milk, as well as a negative attitude towards nursing in public, means that the UK has one of the lowest breastfeeding rates in the world, a documentary will reveal.
This is despite experts stressing that there are many nutrients in breast milk that cannot be replicated artificially...