Breastfeeding: Now mothers ’milk is delivered to the market, it needs more than morale and benefit

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Bangalore Neolacta Life Sciences Pvt. Ltd. Several human and ethical issues have arisen simultaneously in the case of a company called pasteurized and sold breast milk. British Dr. Michael Nauman and economist Susan Newman had researched this issue in December 2020 and published an article, in which it was explained that this company collected milk by attracting poor mothers through NGOs and conserving it. It started selling in the market at a higher price. .

After the matter came to light, the Food Standards and Safety Authority of India (FSSAI) canceled the company’s license because the trade in breast milk is illegal. The company continued its tricks even after the FSSAI action and changed the brand name to “Nari Ksheer” and acquired the AYUSH license in November 2021. Nupur Birla, of the Promotion Network of India’s Breastfeeding, expressed surprise that mothers were allowed to collect and sell milk.

In order to save the lives of children born short-lived, there is a provision to feed milk from donor mothers by making milk banks, but taking advantage of the impotence of poor mothers, taking their milk by attracting some money and selling -the bear. on the market for 4,500 Sale at Rs.300 mg falls within the category of crime. Dr. Satish Tiwari of the Human Milk Banking Association has described it as a disgusting act.

UNICEF also considers this act inappropriate and even a poor country like Cambodia, despite pressure from American companies, is stopping this act. When the concept of milk bank emerged a few years ago, it was feared that it could be misused in the coming days. Wealthy women would buy milk from poor mothers through these companies and raise their children at the expense of others, instead of feeding their babies with their own milk to maintain their beauty.

The option of having a child on loan from the mother’s womb (surrogate gain) is now open. The market has now put on sale both mother’s love and milk. The reality of blood banks is before us. Most blood banks have been useful to people with resources, this also at the expense of the poor, the defenseless, who are forced to sell their blood due to hunger and poverty. We must therefore take into account the human side of the concept of milk bank, as this concept has allowed a company like Neolacta to sell breast milk.

It is no less unfortunate that malnourished poor mothers are forced to sell milk and women from well-to-do households buy their milk to maintain their beauty. The health of the poor mothers of our country is not so good that they have milk in abundance. Obviously, when you buy them their milk, they won’t be able to feed their babies. They have no choice but to feed their babies. Therefore, your children will be weak.

Why are proponents of the milk bank concept silent today about its misuse? There is no substitute for the mother to breastfeed. Mothers ’pasteurized milk does not contain as many nutrients as breastfed babies. When mothers feed their babies with their breasts, they not only replenish nutrients, but also exchange sensory sensations. The feelings that arise in breastfed babies from their mother to the mother cannot be born of market milk at all. We should stop delivering milk from poor mothers to the market at any cost. It is a matter of the health of thousands of poor babies.

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Bangalore Neolacta Life Sciences Pvt. Ltd. Several human and ethical issues have arisen simultaneously in the case of a company called pasteurized and sold breast milk. British Dr. Michael Nauman and economist Susan Newman had researched this issue in December 2020 and published an article, in which it was explained that this company collected milk by attracting poor mothers through NGOs and conserving it. It started selling in the market at a higher price. .

After the matter came to light, the Food Standards and Safety Authority of India (FSSAI) canceled the company’s license because the trade in breast milk is illegal. The company continued its tricks even after the FSSAI action and changed the brand name to “Nari Ksheer” and acquired the AYUSH license in November 2021. Nupur Birla, of the Promotion Network of India’s Breastfeeding, expressed surprise that mothers were allowed to collect and sell milk.

In order to save the lives of children born of short duration, there is a provision to feed milk from donor mothers by making milk banks, but taking advantage of the impotence of poor mothers, taking their milk by attracting some money and selling them. on the market for 4,500 Sale at Rs.300 mg falls within the category of crime. Dr. Satish Tiwari of the Human Milk Banking Association has described it as a disgusting act.

UNICEF also considers this act inappropriate and even a poor country like Cambodia, despite pressure from American companies, is stopping this act. When the concept of milk bank emerged a few years ago, it was feared that it could be misused in the coming days. Wealthy women would buy milk from poor mothers through these companies and raise their children at the expense of others, instead of feeding their babies with their own milk to maintain their beauty.

The option of having a child on loan from the mother’s womb (surrogate gain) is now open. The market has now put on sale both mother’s love and milk. The reality of blood banks is before us. Most blood banks have been useful to people with resources, this also at the expense of the poor, the defenseless, who are forced to sell their blood due to hunger and poverty. We must therefore take into account the human side of the concept of milk bank, as this concept has allowed a company like Neolacta to sell breast milk.

It is no less unfortunate that malnourished poor mothers are forced to sell milk and women from well-to-do households buy their milk to maintain their beauty. The health of the poor mothers of our country is not so good that they have milk in abundance. Obviously, when you buy them their milk, they won’t be able to feed their babies. They have no choice but to feed their babies. Therefore, your children will be weak.

Why are proponents of the milk bank concept silent today about its misuse? There is no substitute for the mother to breastfeed. Mothers ’pasteurized milk does not contain as many nutrients as breastfed babies. When mothers feed their babies with their breasts, they not only replenish nutrients, but also exchange sensory sensations. The feelings that arise in breastfed babies from their mother to the mother cannot be born of market milk at all. We should stop delivering milk from poor mothers to the market at any cost. It is a matter of the health of thousands of poor babies.

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