Oh I agree Atropos. A vast majority of mums that donate milk are healthy, have good lifestyle choices and are donating for good reasons. But I guess what is acceptable is different for everyone. Is coffee ok? you might have a woman that drinks 3 cups of instant coffee a day, and is exclusively bfing. That child shows zero ill effects from it. She then donates her milk to a child that cannot handle the caffeine. The donator may not have even registered it could be an issue due to 1)caffeine being a legal substance 2) her child being fine.
I'm wanting to understand what it is they are hiding in the ingredients? they list everything in it? what makes you think they are leaving stuff out - again a genuine question as if we are given another child they more than likely will be ff so I want to be informed.
I also want to be clear I fully support the choice of donor milk for others. I just want bfers to understand why some of us wouldn't use it.