This is from http://blogs.babble.com/babys-first-year-blog/2011/04/11/how-much-alcohol-gets-into-breastmilk-really/
There is a space to comment at the bottom of the linked page.
How Much Alcohol Gets Into Breastmilk, Really? Posted by Naomi on April 11th, 2011 at 2:24 am
Recently, I got a comment on one of my older posts on drinking and breastfeeding. The post was specifically about drinking . . . → Read More: Breastfeeding and Alcohol research
Health Specialist comment on affects of Alcohol on Breast Feeding Affects of Alcohol on Breast Feeding
Press release 31.03.2010 09:28
Consumption of alcohol in men and women are highly hazardous to the overall body condition. The major consequences are observed especially in women at the period prior and after pregnancy. Consumption of alcohol has . . . → Read More: Mums should not stop breastfeeding because they have had an alcoholic drink.
In moderation of course, not if you co-sleep and not whilst driving!
All this is fromThe La Leche League International at http://www.llli.org/FAQ/alcohol.html where you can find full links to the research.
“What about drinking alcohol and breastfeeding?
Women are often warned to not consume alcohol during pregnancy, as ample evidence has shown that it poses . . . → Read More: Breastfeeding and Alcohol Ok!
” We are concerned that the findings from the UCL study may lull women into a false sense of security” Dr Vivienne Nathanson British Medical Association
The papers have been full of new research that shows that moderate drinking can mean that 3 and 4 year old boys have less behavioural problems than those born . . . → Read More: Drinking when pregnant, make your mind up!