Ashlee Chase has shown that breastfeeding makes sense, even for an "older" 7-month-old baby, by publishing a photo of yellow milk produced during the baby's illness. For comparison, she also posted white milk a few days ago when her daughter was healthy.
Initially, the woman was concerned about the change in milk color. She consulted the matter with the pediatrician. He calmed her down, explaining that the change in milk color was related to fever, which is an ongoing infection in her daughter's body. Yellow milk contains more fat and antibodies that are supposed to speed up Ashlee's daughter's recovery.
Another proof of the perfection of nature ...