"Breastmilk is still best for babies up to 80 years old".


In worldwide Google searches, “my husband wants me to breastfeed him” is a more popular search term than “my husband wants to separate” and “my husband wants a baby” joint. Maybe breast sucking is a thing in bedmatics, unanswered questions surround it. Why would a grown man be interested in breastmilk? What is in for him? Breastfeeding children has a wide public awareness thanks to the nurses and midwives. Do these same benefits, or at least part, apply to men?

Japan has an entire bar dedicated to men who want to buy shots of this milk or suck it straight from a nipple. We can think of only three reasons men would love to do that. Curiosity can boil up the wish of these grown men to want to know how the breastmilk tastes. We might tag jealousy along as daddies won’t let go of their sexual play-toys. People would also want to harness the nutritional benefits of the milk.

Breastmilk is profitable to adults, too. It enhances the immune system as the body produces most antibodies because of this foreign product. Human milk has over two hundred constituents-proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, trace metals, growth factors, hormones, enzymes, antibodies, white blood cells and more-each in ideal proportion to one another. Once the adult body recognizes the nutrients, the normal happens- proteins for essential bodybuilding, fats for energy.

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