Um, what? Seth Stephens-Davidowitz originally reported these numbers in the New York Times , and most of that breastfeeding search traffic is coming from India. And it begs the question: is this really a thing? Absolutely, says Dr.
Breast milk as health food for men? Experts caution against bizarre trend
"My Husband Wants Me to Breastfeed Him" Is a Real Thing, Experts Say | Time
Got milk? No, not the kind you think. In an unusual twist, some men are turning to human milk in a quest to bulk up or improve their health, believing all the benefits it provides to infants can produce similar effects in adults. The trend is puzzling experts who say breast milk is meant for human babies, not human grown-ups.
Inside the Misunderstood World of Adult Breastfeeding
They have a clear affection for each other, touching each other gently on the shoulder when one says something the other appreciates and often looking at each other lovingly throughout conversation. Their respect and adoration for one another comes through even over a Skype call from their home in Queensland, Australia. Their home appears cozy and comfortable, and Garett works long hours while Ellie stays home and tends to household needs.
Background: Little is known about whether the positive effect of breastfeeding on child health extends to adult psychological adjustment. We hypothesized that breastfed babies would have higher psychological well-being in adulthood in relation to the pathway of childhood psychosocial adjustment. Adult psychological well-being was defined in terms of measures of emotional distress and self-efficacy. In this study, we controlled the effects of socio-demographic factors at birth: maternal age and educational status, two-parenthood and being a first-born child. We used path analysis to test life-course pathways between breastfeeding and adult psychological well-being independent of socio-demographic factors at birth and the role childhood psychosocial adjustment.