Poole midwife Caroline Baddiley creates placenta pills for new mums
A POOLE independent midwife has branched out into “harvesting” afterbirths to turn into health-boosting capsules for new mothers.
Placenta specialist Caroline Baddiley says demand for her service has shot up since the concept was shown on comedian Sharon Horgan’s recent Channel 4 programme How to be a Good Mother.
Although most mammals eat their afterbirths, TV chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall caused widespread…
AFTERBIRTH SERVICE: Caroline Baddiley with cooked,
dried and sliced placenta for grinding into powder.
Picture: Richard Crease.