TPV Episode 33 Show Notes: Breastfeeding and First Foods

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Our thirty-third show!
Ep. 33: Breastfeeding and First Foods

In this episode, Stacy and Sarah welcome Arsy from Rubies and Radishes, author of The Paleo Slow Cooker, to talk about breastfeeding and first foods. Discussed are such topics as handling food sensitivities in babies, how to deal with issues with milk supply, and why Stacy knows so much about this stuff.

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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 33: Breastfeeding and First Foods


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Regarding WAPF homemade formula, I would be interested to hear a follow up discussing WAPF and Sarah Pope’s mutual assertion that a mother’s diet is the primary influence on the quality of the milk she produces. There has been a recent issue, summarized more less like this: On her “healthy home economist” blog, Ms. Pope asserted that milk from a well-fed mother was first choice, and that milk (presumably donor milk) from a vegan mother was at the bottom of the list, below homemade and commercial formulas. As a result, the traditional foods blogosphere has been in an uproar for several days, stating that WAPF and some WAPF writers have a “formula mindset” and do not encourage women to search out professional advice from an IBCLC and push struggling mothers towards raw milk formula instead.

great podcast but totally disagree that babies naturally wean between the age of 1 and 2. It is usually parent led to some degree at that age.

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