Pregnancy & Newborns

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Pregnancy & Newborns2018-04-05T20:12:01-07:00

Some women aren’t really motivated to look after their health until they become pregnant.  But once pregnant, with the realization that the baby’s growth and health is totally dependant on what you put in your body, many of you will feel motivated to take extra care, as well you should!  In order to give this life growing inside of you the best possible care it deserves, you really need to become aware of all the chemicals present in our foods and environment that could cause harm to your growing fetus.


Supplement with Vit. D to minimize incidents of allergies to dust mites & eczema in infants by strengthening their immune response


Reduce your exposure to herbicides like Glyphosate (the key ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer which is sprayed on millions of acres of GMO corn and soybeans).  Exposed women tend to have premature births and small size babies:

Once Baby is born:

Babies’ First Food

It’s important to feed newborns the food they were meant to ingest from the moment they enter this world: Breast Milk.  Only breast milk provides the antibodies, proteins & immune cells that will protect the infant from various pathogens that can attack a weak immune system.  No vaccine or pharmaceutical drug and certainly not cow’s milk can supply the baby with the natural antibodies it needs to fight off infections.  Babies aren’t allergic to breast milk but are often allergic to proteins from vaccines whose side-effects include allergies, respiratory infections and Type 1 Diabetes.  Breast milk, on the other hand, can prevent all these ailments.

To reiterate what was discussed in the Dairy page of this website:

Cow’s milk is for calves…

Calves have a special enzyme to digest the alkaline milk which then disappears at weaning time.  The Pituatary hormone enables the calf to go from its 100lb birth weight to 1,000lbs at the end of weaning.  When consumed by humans, this hormone disturbs the entire endocrine system, producing excess fat and stimulates the growth of abnormal cells.  Human babies have rennin to digest the acidic breast milk which also disappears at weaning time (age two).  For a mother’s story about why she chose breast milk over cow’s milk: