The website in question has been updated.
Looks like she may be listening to our letters, despite not responding to any of us directly. Eg I queried what the 'forbidden foods' were, and she has now listed what she considers 'forbidden foods' to be. Also, I (and I'm assuming lots of other people) said that new Mums could end up relying on the product in question to solve any perceived lack of supply, whereas they really should see a health proffesional, as there are many other possible things that could need fixing or tweaking (eg. as she mentioned in her E-Book).
Hope it's OK to use excerpts from the website in question.
These are referring to the product in question.
..., with no GM foods, chemical additives or pesticides passing through your milk and no 'forbidden foods' that make your baby fussy as he drinks your milk.
..., with no GM foods, chemical additives or pesticides passing through your milk and no ‘forbidden’ foods (such as caffeine, chocolate, and naturally occurring chemicals such as salicylates, that can be found in otherwise healthy foods like berries and raisins (grapes) that are often added to cookies).
Just wondering though, are there really 'forbidden foods' other than caffeine, alcohol and certain medications?
And, the following has now been added:
Disclaimer: if you are concerned about your breast milk supply or your baby’s health, it is important to seek help from a health care provider and to get support for breastfeeding concerns from a lactation consultant, breastfeeding counsellor, child health nurse or GP.
Still not really happy about the product or her website, but it is now slightly less irresponsible. Guess I'm just happy for any little improvement, as I doubt the product or website will go away.
Also, not a fan of the recently added glowing testimonials.