Mothers are taking to the internet to share breast milk. Those who have a surplus are connecting with women who can't breast-feed on sites like "Eats on Feets" and "Only the Breast". But, the government is saying sharing breast milk in this fashion might not be such a great idea.
Dr. Lori Feldman-Winter is a Professor of Pediatrics at Cooper University Hospital in New Jersey and discusses the trend with American Morning's Kiran Chetry.
(Earlier, this post said breast milk was for purchase on the websites mentioned above. In actuality, Eats on Feets "facilitates woman-to-woman milk sharing", according to their Facebook page. Only the Breast is a "breast milk classified service" that provides a community for moms to buy and sell their breast milk, according to their website)