In the article:; the CDC suggests that breastfeeding inhibits the effect of a vaccination!!

Are they really that stupid OR do they think we are really that stupid?

If the breast milk can interfere with the vaccination, i.e.,  it has an Inhibitory effect of breast milk on infectivity of live oral rotavirus vaccines,  then does that not tell us that our breast milk is pretty important – and why not encourage healthy breast milk rather than a toxic vaccination?

The paper actually suggests that  women should  remove the breast milk to allow vaccines to do their job rather than remove vaccines so that breastmilk can do its job.

We have all heard that the more that man gets involved with nature, the more harmful nature becomes – and this is a clear example.

Now why would breast milk be so important?  It is loaded with numerous immune-building compounds, like immunoglobulin A (IgA), lactoferrin, lysozyme, transfer factors and various other important immune factors which are all of benefit to us – but actually work against the vaccination – why? – because the vaccination is made up of pathogens.

Personally, I would rather have my child be fed with the incredibly well designed breast milk that the child was designed to receive…not a man made product that the infant was not designed to receive.   That allows the child to develop a good healthy immune system; good healthy probiotics; and good health – oh by the way, alot of that is dependent on the health of the father and the mother prior to conception AND the health of the mother during the fetal development.

Here’s to your health!

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