You’ll find that some medical professionals and breast-feeding parents will try to guilt new moms into breastfeeding by saying bottle-feeding is a selfish decision. What some fail to realize is that babies can be allergic to breastmilk (as mom's diet might affect the milk).
Furthermore, a mother may have an infectious disease that makes babies susceptible to it through feedings. Some also need a baby formula for a sensitive stomach. There are also common food sensitivities in breastfed babies that formulas help.
Some mothers who breastfeed believe the myth that mothers are either lazy or selfish when they refuse to breastfeed, disregarding the fact that it may not even be an option for some parents. Pediatricians debunk this myth because they often recommend formulas when there are problems with breastfeeding or when a baby is fussy after feedings.
Breastfeeding, for some babies, hinders normal growth milestones when they do not get proper nutrients. For moms and babies who can’t breastfeed, organic baby formula is the next best option.