One Baby’s Cry Moved An Industry: Pamela Marcus, Founder, Lifefactory Bottles

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From a walk on a bridge, a drive on a rainy road, or a moment with a primi. We never know where our insights may come from. But we know that Pamela’s heart and her commitment to making a shift has created a visible impact…just look for her famous bottles at at any yoga class or cafe, you’ll see! Told at Journeys: Stories of the Things that Connect Us, November 2013.

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  1. Janet on May 23, 2014 at 6:57 am

    Nice that you had this inspiration. I did not know that the USA has not banned BPA – same as lawn pesticides. As a Canadian I see the advancements we have made and the freedoms we have. The pharmaceutical industry has way more grip on the choices in the States. I appreciate your contribution to planet – human health. What I would like to see added is that babe at breast is always the first choice and doing what we can to promote this is essential for the optimal health of the generations to come. There are international certifications that birthing centres can get – Baby Friendly hospital- to optimise the knowledge regarding Breastmilk and breastfeeding. Continue the good work?

    • Pam Marcus on July 16, 2014 at 10:38 pm

      Janet,
      Breastfeeding is always recommended as the first and healthiest choice for babies and mothers. However, sometimes bottles become a necessity if a mother must go back to work or if there are latching problems or physical disabilities a baby has (such as cleft lip, Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy) that does not make breastfeeding a possibility.

      Pam

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