Women from traditional farming communities have milk richer in good bacteria and antibodies | Daily Mail Online

Researchers at the University of Rochester, in New York, found Mennonite women produced milk which was more abundant in antibodies and bacteria.
— Read on www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-10060315/Women-traditional-farming-communities-milk-richer-good-bacteria-antibodies.html

Food for (more than) thought. Decades ago, some social scientists suggested that humans must return to rural “face-to-face communities” of 3-500 self-sufficient people, in order to survive as a species. Urban-rural breast milk variation is one signal in support of a massive social change. Cultural variations would be less significant than human rights maintenance and technological adaptations. A land based agricultural diet and a non-toxic environment would be crucial to producing healthy breast milk.

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