WISCONSIN (OCN) — A few years ago, the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approved the use of breast milk in products for human consumption.
International coffee and coffeehouse chain, Starbucks, was the first on board after Ben & Jerry declined saying “that a mother’s milk is best used by a child” according to their spokesman, Rob Michalak.
Since Starbucks use, their chain has received quite an increase of visit from male patrons that chains that were planned for closing were able to to be kept opened do to increased profits. To keep up with demands, Wiscosin based farm Mooters, started to use cloned women.
Consumers who use the milk products from cloned women run the risk of developing inguinal hernias in their newborns.
There are two types of inguinal hernia, direct and indirect.
Direct inguinal hernias occur when abdominal contents herniate through a weak point in the fascia of the abdominal wall and into the inguinal canal.
Indirect inguinal hernias occurs when abdominal contents protrude through the deep inguinal ring; this is ultimately caused by failure of embryonic closure of the internal inguinal ring.
For additional information, contact Mooter toll-free at (866) 403-6008 or visit www.mooters.us/recall.htm