Moms Are Making Money Selling Breαst Milk Online: Is That Ok?

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Women are selling their milk online for extra money.


Reported by April V. Taylor

Doctors have touted the health benefits of breαst milk for infants for years, but now there is a shocking new trend of adults drinking breαst milk. Recent reports claim that athletes are now using breαst milk as an alternative to energy and health food drinks.  Breαstfeeding moms sell hundreds of gallons of breαst milk through online classifieds on sites such as OnlytheBreαst and Human Milk 4 Human Babies.  The going rate is usually around $2.50 per ounce.

Anthony, an athlete from Queens who is in his 30s, told that he knows of “a lot of guys” who drink “the good stuff.”  He is not worried about what people may think of his choice either.  He states: “I don’t believe in steroids or other energy supplements, none of that garbage.  I want natural stuff that’s God-given, and if it’s okay with moms looking to get rid of (the breαst milk), I’ll take it.”  Anthony feels that the breαst milk makes him feel healthier.

Lactation consultant Jan Barger reports that breαst milk also helps patients who are undergoing chemotherapy because it is easily absorbed by the digestive system.  David from Brooklyn says that breαst milk helped him get rid of the nausea associated with chemotherapy.

It’s not just athletes and cancer patients drinking the “liquid gold” either.  Jason Nash says that when his wife breαst fed their first child, he tried out breαst milk.  Nash has continued drinking it, as he believes it helps prevent illness.

New York Magazine is reporting that breαst milk “is more nutritious than anything you can get from a cow, best for body building, the secret to fighting off disease, and a sure-fire way to boost energy levels.  It’s the energy drink of the future.”  While many may view adults drinking breαst milk as taboo, the magazine may have a valid point if people continue to try it out and like the benefits they get from it.



  1. Rick Insatiable Jones

    June 21, 2014 at 8:26 am

    NO WAY

  2. marcus davis

    June 21, 2014 at 2:51 pm

    If women sell their breast milk online ,how do they pack it? do they pack it in bottles or cartons? Or do the prospective clients come and get it direct and suck on the womens titties? I personally would’nt be drinking any breast milk.

  3. Charles

    June 21, 2014 at 4:36 pm

    It’s interesting that those who say no way to human breast milk and will readily eat cheese, ice cream , yogurt , cream , among others that are the products of cows breast milk. ( mucus mixed with pus because of the machanical suction on the cows tit). Everything we’ve ever done was told to us one way or another it’s ok. People , reevaluate everthing and think with your more experienced and independent thought processes.

    In my humbe opinion ( and science ) human breastmilk supports human brain function. Maybe we all should drink it so we stop thinking like cows,,

  4. karen baylis

    June 21, 2014 at 5:05 pm

    This article was so revolting that I had stifle my gag response a few times. WTH!!!! There is no pus or mucus in cows milk because it is pasteurized…smh.

  5. Holston Black Jr.

    June 22, 2014 at 1:43 am

    Human breast milk is definitely beneficial for humans as cows and other animals milk is beneficial to their species. Our obesity epidemic in this country may be because of our imbibing and eating milk designed for cows. Cows milk makes for rapid and healthy growth for cows and here we are consuming millions of gallons and wondering why obesity is an epidemic.

    Selling breast milk could become supplemental income to those women that lactate excessively and wish to dispose of this vital nutrient to benefit mankind. Some women can’t lactate and others do too much and all in between, so why not make money? President Franklin Roosevelt had wet nurses that provided milk for him even when he was President, so this is not a trivial matter it’s a healthful one.

  6. Yocheved

    June 22, 2014 at 5:34 am

    My only concern is the mother’s health status. If she’s taking any medications that can pass into the milk, or if she has AIDS or some other disease that can be passed on that way.

    A good friend of mine donated her surplus milk to my daughter for a full year, but I knew that my friend was a strict vegetarian in perfect health, and didn’t even take aspirin.

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