The bad body chemistry that underpins most lifestyle diseases is insulin resistance. When you're insulin resistant, you're producing lots and lots of insulin, but your cells aren't responding they way that they should.
To create BETTER BODY CHEMISTRY, you need to rein in insulin.
In this series of videos, we explore both the benefits and risks of not breast feeding.
Breast milk is a whole lot more than just "food" for baby - it plays a critical role in the development of baby's gut and immune system. Breast fed infants have BETTER BODY CHEMISTRY, which means they're less likely to suffer from lifestyle disease, such as obesity, allergies and ADHD. As an added bonus, breast feeding helps create BETTER BODY CHEMISTRY in Moms. Moms who breast feed are less likely to struggle with postpartum depression and baby"fat".