Male infant formula has been a source of controversy for decades.
A study by a team at the University of Queensland, published in 2016, looked at the health effects of male infant formula on male infants.
The team found that males were three times more likely to suffer from irritable bowel syndrome and 3.5 times more at risk of developing breast cancer.
In addition, the study found that the levels of chemicals in the male infant’s formula increased significantly.
A 2017 study also looked at male infant formulas and found that a significant number of male babies were exposed to harmful chemicals in male formula.
But there are plenty of women who use male infant products.
There are over 200 products on the market that contain testosterone, one of the main male hormones, according to Dr Peter Williams from the Institute of Gender and Sexuality at Melbourne’s Griffith University.
The amount of testosterone in male infant and infant formula varies according to the manufacturer.
Williams told news.com.au that male infant formulations contain testosterone at levels well below the maximum recommended human levels for that hormone.
The Australian Council for Medical Research also found that male baby formula contains higher levels of testosterone than the male infants’ milk.
Female infant formula, which contains a blend of breast milk and male hormones and can be purchased in supermarkets, is considered to be safe.
However, it has been suggested that there are many women who are unaware of the risks and the benefits of male baby formulas.
Williams said that the benefits to male infant milk were not always clear.
“A lot of the information about male infant feed comes from the US, which is where the most of the data is coming from.
We also know from Australia that breast milk is more nutritious for babies than formula,” he said.
“But we’re really starting to understand that male formula is better for male babies.
So we’re starting to see more women using male infant feeds and we’re also seeing the benefits, but we don’t know if that’s just because women are breastfeeding less or because they’re choosing male infant feeding because it’s cheaper.”
It is also not clear how long male infant baby formula will last.
“I don’t think it’s really clear that a lot of these babies will last for a long time,” Williams said.
In a statement, the Australian Breastfeeding Association said that male breast feeders should use a “careful” choice of infant formula and not rely solely on the male formula available on the shelves.
Female baby formula has also been studied, but its effects on female infants are unclear.
It is believed that female infant formula is more likely than male formula to cause skin irritation and allergy.
According to Dr Rebecca Ainsworth from the Australian Women’s Health Centre, male infant breast milk can increase the levels and concentrations of some chemical compounds that can damage skin.
“It can cause an allergic reaction to some chemicals, particularly when it comes into contact with the skin or eyes,” Ainsbury said.
Williams believes that there is a huge amount of misinformation around male infant diets and that some women choose to feed male infant food, which can be dangerous for the developing infant.
“When a baby is not breastfed, it is less able to absorb nutrients from breast milk,” he told newscom.ai.
“We need to understand what is going on in the baby’s body and then we can develop better nutrition strategies.”
But Dr Williams believes the best advice for parents is to talk to their doctor about their male infant diet.
“If your doctor says it’s safe to feed your baby male infant, then that’s great.
But it is a very complicated subject, and people need to be able to do that,” he explained.