I found this webpage for a downloadable book on breastfeeding. Has anyone seen this before?
The author has helped "dozens" of parents to breastfeed and has "seen just about everything and I've compiled my learnings into an e-book". As far as I can see, she has no credentials.
"Now at this point you're probably wondering how exactly we can back up what we claim. But first, let me clarify what this book is not: it is NOT a stale rehash of the boring, medical-encyclopedia type books you can buy in a bookstore. If you're a medical student, this is not your product.
However, if you're concerned parent interested in the latest research into what REALLY works for breastfeeding, explained in easy-to-understand language with no complicated technical jargon, then this is the guide you've been looking for."
"know parents who spend $200 a month on formula. Before our product, this information was really only available to those who discovered it "on accident" or could afford to hire expensive lactation consultants. If I help you breastfeed successfully, you save $2400 in the first year alone, maybe more."
If I had $20 I would order it and see what kind of advice they are giving, it seems promising:
"A surprising new discovery about breastfeeding and birth control- some books say you don't need it when breastfeeding, but we have news for you that you should consider"
"The latest recommendations on what top doctors are saying about how long you should breastfeed- this has changed recently, so make sure you know the latest research into this important subject"
"The trick to successful use of a pacifier when breastfeeding- the pacifier is a useful tool for calming babies, but if used too much it can lead to nipple confusion- learn how to balance your need for crying relief with your baby's need for consistency"
"How to breastfeed at work without causing your coworkers undue inconvenience"
"Discreet ways to breastfeed in public without anyone knowing what you're doing- if you know these techniques, no longer does breastfeeding mean being tied to your house"
"How to tell when your baby is full- look for these signs to make sure your child has had enough milk before stopping a breastfeeding session"
"How to deal with both plugged ducts and breast infection- how to tell the difference and ways to treat them- many of which are cheap and do not require a trip to your doctor"
"How to Deal With Infant Crying- Use these exclusive tips to help calm your baby and sleep through the night sooner."