“This book is authoritative about the evidence for breastfeeding, while making one’s blood boil about the folly and, alas sometimes, venality of the social and commercial forces that stop this vital function of early life and parenting from being the norm. It’s a great read about a vital public health service.”

Tim Lang, Professor of Food Policy, City University London

“This book is the most profound exploration of the global and personal costs of artificial feeding I have encountered. It is heartbreaking, challenging, and a page-turner. If more healthcare professionals and policy makers read this book and acted morally, the despair permeating it would be reduced.”

Anna Swisher, International Lactation Consultant Association