Sunday, May 11, 2008

Suri - Using ancient Rome recipe?

Recent pictures of 2-year-old Suri Cruise still using a bottle made some question Tom and Katie's parenting skills. But is Scientology to blame?According to a baffling report from Defamer, L. Ron Hubbard ordered Scientologist moms to feed their children a mixture of barley water, homogenized milk, and lots of honey -- a recipe he obtained during time travel to ancient Rome. One issue, though, is that the kiddie cocktail can be toxic.

In what is purported to be testimonials by former Scientologists who have had experience with "Hubbard's baby formula," some say it caused the teeth of the children to rot due to high sugar content. Honey, which is to blame for the high sugar content, can be toxic to infants, as it contains a bacteria that can cause botulism. Others say it made the babies "thin and colicky," while one even claims children "screamed themselves to death."And Suri isn't the only Scientolo-tot with a penchant for bottles. On a recent appearance on 'Rachael Ray,' actress Leah Remini talked about how her 3-year-old daughter Sophia still drinks upwards of "six or more bottles a night. Remini goes on to say that she "could see her drinking a bottle 'til she's 16."

Over the past few years, Cruise's relationship with the controversial religion has been front and center. While promoting 'War of the Worlds,' the actor got into a heated debate with 'Today' host Matt Lauer on the ethics and practices of psychiatry. Cruise famously told Lauer that he was being "glib," and proclaimed that only he knew the truth behind the science.In January, Gawker posted a video of Cruise giving a candid discussion about Scientology, calling them "the authorities" and saying it is a "privilege" to become one. The clip, which Gawker labeled an "indoctrine video," was never meant to be seen by the public, which prompted a lawsuit from the Church of Scientology.

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