Dear A.S.S. Editor
This is just getting better and better. First come the uproar over the high process of formula milk, and the fact that the price kept on rising without anyone able to do anything about it.
Then came news that the high process were more for consumers to cover the cost of aggressive marketing for these formula milk. The aggressive marketing was done by the manufacturers to actually entice the consumers to buy the formula milk, much like consumers paying more for advertising that targets them in the first place.
Then now, news that experts are saying that we have been lied to all this while, that children over one do not need formula milk. The claims that formula milk provides extensive health benefits are just marketing ploys, says experts, as the same nutrients found in formula milk are found in everyday food.
So, the question is, why is it only now are the so called experts making public proclamations that formula milk are not necessary, in fact, might even be counter productive, for children above one? Why have they kept quiet all this while? Were they paid for by the formula milk powder manufacturers as well?