Advocacy for health professionals and mothers
G A Mobbs MBBS FRCOG FRANZCOG IBCLC
Elsie J Mobbs* RN RM PhD MAPS IBCLC
Elsie June (fondly known to friends and family as Gale) Mobbs (*deceased) was an Australian clinical psychologist and lactation consultant, notable for her pioneering work commencing in the 1970s on human imprinting, one-teat preference in mammals and the emotional development of children during the first six months of life.
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Breast milk is important because evolution is determining and breast milk is a product of natural selection for evolutionary success.
Problems & Solutions
Treatment provides benefits for mother and child and protects evolutionary advantage.
A few to mention. Remember that formula feeding is a world wide risk to vulnerable infants and their mothers by denying them the safety of fundamental evolutionary benefits.