Originally posted by pigeye:
7 pages and no mention of Steinbeck.
What a bunch of philistines!
Except for CRB. She's just an uncultured science nerd(ette)
ok, 7 pages before a mention of Steinbeck...
Originally posted by Suesquatch:
Doesn't anyone remember the ending from "The Grapes of Wrath"? Makes me cry every time I read it.
Originally posted by Kawasaki500:
Thanks for the input. I was keeping in mind the solid foods, I was just wondering how nutritional breastmilk was or wasn't. You sort of answered my question I guess.
Well, presumably it's nutritional because babies not only survive but thrive on breastmilk alone for the first year of their lives. An infant's birth weight doubles after about five months and triples by the first birthday, by which time the infant's length increases by half.
I didn't think the nutritional value of breastmilk was all that debatable, so I didn't go into it any further than to comment on the supplements.