|The research found no link between change in the women's body weight and contaminant concentration in their breastmilk.
This sentence makes a lot of sense to me, because I think they're looking at the wrong things.
I think it's short-sighted to think that most of the toxins we're passing on to our kids are due to _current_ exposure. Not that we should be cavalier about it, just the opposite, because what we've been exposed to over our lifetimes, and even moreso what we haven't excreted over the course of our lifetime, is what our kids will get from us.
But that's not an anti-breastfeeding argument, I want to make it clear. Kids who get a high toxic load from mom (mine) still need nourishment, and the risks of non human milk are higher for them, both in terms of needing the antibodies and various forms of protection from mom, for the easy digestibility, and for avoiding fairly allergenic foods like cow's milk protein and soy protein.
Anyway, really off-topic.
And to the OP--it sounds like you know what to eat to make your body feel good, and to me that means your body is functioning better, and thus is better able to nourish your child.