The Connection between Breastfeeding and Eye Color

4 Sep

I have spent the last few years doing independent research and making connections between eye color and nutrition. After asking many people questions about their personal history and also paying attention to their eye color, I have begun to see a definite connection with individuals who have clear blue eyes, and the amount of time they were breastfed by their mother. I’ll start with my own family as an example. For most of my life, I have had hazel eyes. About 6 months ago, I asked my mom how long I was breast fed, she said that because she had to go back to work after I was born, only a month or two. My brother was born with blue eyes and to this day, they are pretty much blue. My mom said that she breastfed my brother up to a year because she didn’t have to work as much when he was born. My interest in the subject began to develop.

When I was in Costa Rica, I met two brothers from Michigan, one was about 19 and the other was about 15. They had the most deep clear blue eyes I had ever seen. I had to ask them the question, “how long did your mom breastfeed the two of you?” They were very confused and had no idea what the answer was. They explained that their mom was very extreme and did everything in her power to make sure they grew up in perfection. A few hours later I was invited to their beach condo where I got to chat with their parents. They brought up the subject with their mom and she said she breastfed the two of them at least 2 years each. Based on their beach condo, I could tell they were a very wealthy family so it appeared their mother was able to focus on raising her kids and give them a lot of attention.

Not only is it important to breastfeed your child for a substantial amount of time, but also consider that your nutrition during the whole process affects the child’s short and long term health. Recently, it seems that mothers are entering the work scene more than ever, and baby formula is being used to nurse small babies as they grow into children.

My research is only in the beginning stages and is not based on science but only on my own personal observation. I truly believe that everyone’s eye color is effected even during the time they are only a fetus in their mommy’s belly. It is so important that a woman not only eats but also thinks purely while bringing a child into this world.

I would love for YOU to comment and tell me about your breastfeeding history and your eye color. What I am saying may not be a fact but I want to learn more from YOUR experience.

Thanks for reading!!

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Genetically speaking, there are only two eye colors; blue and brown. If a person is born with blue eyes and they turn brown over time, their body is filled with toxins. If their eyes are green, they are very acidic. If someone is a natural brown, then it will not be possible they will have blue or green eyes one day. This blog post is written for people who have natural BLUE eyes. Most of my research is based on Iridology, a science that reveals what’s happening internally through the iris, and it is easier to see what’s going on in someone’s body if they have blue/green eyes. I have yet to do a reading with natural brown eyes.


14 Responses to “The Connection between Breastfeeding and Eye Color”

  1. Helen September 4, 2013 at 3:12 pm #

    Hey Roxi,
    Breast fed Brandon for abut 8 months, he has blue eyes. Breast fed Jordan for about 5 months , he has hazel eyes.

    • truerebelsgoraw September 5, 2013 at 12:12 am #

      Interesting. The other aspect to consider here is that you had Brandon in South Africa and Jordan in America. Your diet at the time might have effected them as well. Would you say you ate healthier in America or South Africa, or about the same? I wonder when GMO’s were invented? I have read they came out in USA about 20 years ago, but only more recently in South Africa.

  2. Julie T September 9, 2013 at 4:24 am #

    I am curious if you have any kind of scientific reasoning for this. What nutrient would have an effect?
    I was breastfed a little over a year and have steel blue eyes. I breastfed my daughter Lily, now 5, for a year. Her eyes are lighter than mine but not clear blue. I am still nursing my 7 month old daughter, Lola, who has my same eye color now. I will pay attention now and ask people out of curiosity.

    • truerebelsgoraw September 9, 2013 at 9:46 pm #

      There isn’t one specific nutrient that effects eye color, but your overall nutrition and even mental perceptions have a great effect on a child. Your physical health will directly effect your baby because they are taking in the same nutrients you are ingesting and are also more sensitive while they are younger. Another factor is the hormone that is released while breastfeeding which creates a needed bond between a mother and child. Without this hormone, a child may suffer from maternal neglect or fear, which will effect how nutrients are absorbed.

      Like I said in my post, this is in the beginning stages of research and we all have a lot to learn. thanks for posting! Blessings to you and your family!

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  4. Amunah July 17, 2014 at 5:47 am #

    Its funny I came across this looking to see if there was a connection between breast-feeding and eye color b/c my first 2 children have brown eyes and my 3rd his eyes look steel blue with a ring in the middle. My eyes are green/blue with a yellow ring in the middle. My husbands are brown. My side of the family has a lot of light colored eyed people, his doesn’t have any that I know of, so I didn’t think we’d ever have a chance of having a light eyed baby. I breast fed my first for only a week or so. My second for about a month.(both were formula fed during breastfeeding) and my 3rd has been exclusively breastfed for a month and a half now and his eyes only seem to be getting lighter. I want to ask my mom now how long I was breastfed. lol

    • truerebelsgoraw July 17, 2014 at 5:52 am #

      I just love this subject, so interesting! My eyes are changing as I get healthier! Very cool~

      Lots of love to you and your family

      • anna June 9, 2016 at 9:00 am #

        There s no realation whatsoever! I breastfed for only 2 months have hazel eyes my hubby dark green and the little one has incredible light blue eyes at 3!!

      • truerebelsgoraw August 26, 2016 at 12:00 am #

        I know there is a correlation but there’s lots of factors!

  5. Amelia September 27, 2016 at 3:03 pm #

    I was born with blue eyes and at my year check up at the Pediatrician said they were so blue they would never change. My mom stopped breastfeeding me at 15 months old, at 18 months my eyes were green and by the time I was two, my eyes were brown. I have always associated the change with breastfeeding, it’s interesting to know someone has the same perspective.

    • truerebelsgoraw January 22, 2018 at 4:00 am #

      I am so sorry for the late response! Wow Thank you for sharing! I wonder what was your diet after you switched from breast feeding? Blessings!

  6. Cval October 18, 2016 at 3:29 pm #

    Googled this question because it crossed my mind and glad I found this page. I have three kids. Oldest one was born with blue eyes. I didn’t breastfeed long because I just didn’t have the desire. His eyes are brown. Middle child was born with brown and she was in the nicu for a little while. Didnt breastfeed. She still has brown. I have a 3 month old baby now and she has crystal clear bright blue eyes. We were wondering when gets would change like her bothers did but they are still blue. I have ebf her since day 1.

    • truerebelsgoraw February 20, 2017 at 5:33 pm #

      Thanks for the comment! I notice that babies eyes change at around 1 years old, I think because solid food may be too much at that age. Let me know how it progresses!!

      • Cval February 24, 2017 at 5:17 pm #

        She is almost 8 months now…still breast fed and still clear and bright blue! She is not interested in solid foods. Hopefully her bright eyes will stick around for us. She is such a little doll.

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