Wellbeing Magazine, January 2011
In a sparse, working-class home in Calgary, Canada, a mother is feeding formula to her newborn baby. ‘It’s best for the baby’. The mother is 20-years-old and this is her third child, a girl named Sherry. It’s 1967 and the formula is still laced with monosodium glutamate (MSG). Her first two babies were breastfed and later she returns to breastfeeding for her fourth. It’s cheaper that way.