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A local woman has been banned by a Metro Vancouver group after she admitted to selling donated breast milk. The woman apologized and admitted to selling the milk after she was confronted by multiple moms. Dozens of moms expressed their frustration online after realizing they had given milk to her.
I can see the initial attraction of selling breast milk. On the face of it, the latest trend, pumping for cashseems the perfect solution. No more own-brand Coco-Pops for you, kids! What lies beneath our own skin is not a resource to be harvested; it is inseparable from who and what we are.
Women from across Scotland are selling the human milk online, including in Aberdeen, Inverness, Ayrshire, Dundee, and Fife. Despite the American origins of the site - where some mothers boast of being Harvard graduates on their adverts - the website has users in Scotland too. I have never done drugs and have a healthy diet.
By Emily Chan For Mailonline. A mother-of-two is raking in thousands by selling her breast milk to men online - who say it helps to build their muscles. Rafaela Lamprou, 24, from Cyprus, gave birth to her son Anjelo seven months ago and found herself producing excess milk that she had no room to store.
Within weeks of giving birth, first-time mother Kyra Davis realized she was producing more milk than her baby needed. The problem is particularly acute for parents of sick or premature infants, who may not be able to digest formula as well as human milk. So to find parents who wanted it, Davis joined several private groups on Facebook that are dedicated to human breast milk exchange.
For many moms, breast milk is an invaluable food source for their babies. But for those who experience hyperlactation, a condition that makes moms produce more breast milk than they need, having a huge supply of breast milk can be more trouble than its worth. One mom with too much breast milk decided to use her liquid gold to make a little money and started selling it to bodybuilders onlineand she's already made thousands of dollars doing it. Quickly after Anjelo was born, Lamprou realized that she was producing so much breast milk she was running out of room to store it all.
A mother-of-two is making thousands of pounds by selling her breast milk on demand to bodybuilders - who are ditching steroids in favour of the milk. Rafaela Lamprou from Cyprus gave birth to her son Anjelo seven months ago - but realised soon after she was producing an excessive amount of breast milk. It was full.