Milk Matters (All three books in one hardback) argues the Milk Hypothesis, that immune damage has been acquired vertically, compounding intergenerationally, through early infant nutrition; and that infant nutrition is the single most important contributor to the diseases of ‘modern’ societies.

Infant Formula and Modern Epidemics (Books 1 and 2 from the hardback in one e-book)
documents the ongoing real life experiment of infant formulas, and their known and emerging consequences for lifelong health. It reveals frightening facts from  industry-funded research, and explodes the pervasive myth that industrial products are “nearly as good” as breastmilk.

Crying Babies and Food (Book 3 from the hardback as one e-book)
links the science and history to everyday infant problems, like colic, reflux, disturbed sleep and allergy of every kind, giving practical advice about current controversies, and preventing or resolving such diet-related distress in young children.

Why should you read this book?

“This book is a revelation”, said one reader. The revelations are solidly based on decades of research and working with families of allergic children. In fact, there are three inter-related books within this one large hardback.

Those who read this book will be convinced of the necessity of enabling women to breastfeed their children, and the urgent need to provide women’s milk for children whose mothers cannot do so.

If enough people read it, western society will have to change; and both current and future generations will suffer substantially less unnecessary illness and early death.

Don’t take my word for any of that. Check the reader responses to see what experts all over the world have said.

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