David from Brooklyn started drinking breast milk three years ago to rid him of nausea caused by chemotherapy.
And another man, Jason Nash, tried breast milk when him and his wife welcomed their first child, and he feels it prevents illness.
Lactation consultant Jan Barger agreed breast milk helps with patients going through chemotherapy because it’s easy to digest.
But she said other than chemo patients, it’s for infants and not 200-plus pound men.
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