post #421 of 426
9/10/10 at 12:28pm
If it affected her, then affected your milk, but how? That's the sort of research that if I were a lab person, I'd love to do. I can think of a number of reasons - maybe it started using your nutrients differently, and so there was a different mix. Like if it depleted selenium which reduced antioxidants, or if it used up b6 or stopped converting something to the right form or... Or maybe it increased 'toxins' like oxalates or free radicals or something. Or just messed with mitochondria function. Is there thyroid hormone in milk?