Milk Matters in a nutshell: FREE!

Maureen MinchinAppearances elsewhere, Milk Matters

Thanks to Iona Macnab of iLactation, you can get the big picture of what I am saying in in my book, Milk Matters: infant feeding and immune disorder, by watching a presentation I did for them in 2015. I urge you to take the time out to watch this, because it will serve as a guide to what you need … Read More

Overselling infant formula: Lactivism

Maureen MinchinCommentary, HIV, Lactation, Reviews by MM

Definitely Overselling Infant Formula:                                                  Lactivism by Courtney Jung           An overdue  review Professor Courtney Jung’s Lactivism is sensationally subtitled: how feminists and fundamentalists, hippies and yuppies, and physicians and politicians made breastfeeding … Read More

Breast intentions: a quick review

Maureen MinchinReviews by MM

          Well, I’ve now read every page of Allison Dixley’s Breast Intentions: how women sabotage breastfeeding for themselves and others, highlighter and pen in hand. And then I read all the reviews I found online, both by people who understood what she was saying, and other people who clearly misrepresented what I heard her saying in those … Read More

Are baby biotics bugging you?

Maureen MinchinMaternal Health, Milk Matters, Pregnancy

I was recently asked to comment on the use of probiotics and prebiotics preconceptionally, during pregnancy, while breastfeeding, and to the newborn. The questioner wanted to know which,  if  any, probiotics I recommend over others. What follows is adapted from my reply. Probiotics, probiotics and synbiotics are discussed in Milk matters at more length than I will do here. The deliberate … Read More

Published Reviews

Maureen MinchinBook Reviews

MIDIRS December 2015 Digest Review of Milk Matters: Infant feeding and immune disorder by Maureen Minchin

Milk Matters another review

Maureen MinchinBook Reviews, Milk Matters

Another UK review of Milk Matters can be found at http://breastfeeding.support/milk-matters-infant-feeding-and-immune-disorder/ I don’t know the writer, but she has captured what the book says and the flavour of the language quite well. As in the past with my work, the UK still leads the way, with new infant feeding issues able to be discussed rationally. I think this has to do … Read More