In this May 19, 2013 photo, Maria del Refugio Gonzalez, 20, breast-feeds her one-and-a-half-year-old son Alexis Rafael Rosales Gonzalez at her home in Mexico City. Gonzalez' older siste

 

              In this May 19, 2013 photo, Maria del Refugio Gonzalez, 20, breast-feeds her one-and-a-half-year-old son Alexis Rafael Rosales Gonzalez at her home in Mexico City. Gonzalez
In this May 19, 2013 photo, Maria del Refugio Gonzalez, 20, breast-feeds her one-and-a-half-year-old son Alexis Rafael Rosales Gonzalez at her home in Mexico City. Gonzalez' older sister only breast fed her son for one month and then turned to baby formula. Mexico moms have dramatically cut back on breast milk for their babies and turned to infant formula, dropping the country to nearly the lowest level of breast-feeding in Latin America. Nutritionists put the blame on the big companies that produce infant formula, saying the businesses aren’t regulated enough and entice women away from breastfeeding. They say Mexico needs laws to prevent overly close relationships between doctors and formula makers and to curtail aggressive marketing by food companies. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)