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Disease in a Bottle
Monday, 01 October 2007

 

These days, it is common to substitute mother’s milk with cow milk or baby formulas.  Human breast milk is rich in lactose that creates an environment that is favorable for the development of friendly bacteria in the baby’s large intestine. 

Cow’s milk contains certain types of proteins and antibodies, not possible for a baby to digest. These substances, instead of regular fermentation, undergo rotting in the baby’s intestine, when the baby is fed with cow’s milk or other substitutes.  This causes autotoxication, imbalance in the microflora, and leads to the degeneration of the baby’s intestine.

Substitutes do not have the biological information contained in mother’s milk, and that causes the baby to constantly feel hungry and require frequent feeding.  Because of that, starch and meat products are usually sooner included in the diet.  The baby’s digestive system is not fully formed; therefore it is not ready to digest and absorb these products.  Certain necessary enzymes are not present in it.  We can notice that many children, two to five years old, constantly have a mucous substance under their noses.  It is caused by too much protein and starch in their diet.  Artificial diet eventually destroys our children’s immune system.  They become vulnerable to all kinds of infections, such as frequent colds, runny nose, flu and pneumonia. Babies fed this way are, in most cases, allergy sufferers.  We cannot predict all possible health problems caused by the absence of breast milk in our babies’ diet.

Every future mother ought to know that nothing can substitute mother’s breast milk; it is the natural food for her babies.  No formula contains information about love, sensitivity, tenderness, or ways to avoid disasters and diseases.  All this information comes from the mother and is encoded in her breast milk.

If a pregnant woman’s diet consists mainly of sweets, white flour products, deli products, cow milk, coffee, fried or baked meat and other refined products, her child is going to suffer serious health consequences.  It is even worse when she smokes cigarettes.

 

 

Posted by Jan
 

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