Breast Milk - Not Always Best

This article is based on hundreds of peer-reviewed scientific studies published in the medical journals.

 

 Colic poorly understood - now linked to food toxins 

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Nursing mothers’ associations and breast feeding organisations all promote ‘breast is best’ campaigns – without any reference to the mother’s food intolerance status. This is troubling to us.

 

If a breast-feeding mother is fully aware of her sensitivity to food toxins – and her partner’s - and is careful with her diet she should expect her baby would be well fed and meet development milestones.

 

But if a new breastfeeding mother is not aware of these – she has no control over the ‘foreign’ substances getting into her breast milk - so it varies every day. And the baby pays the price. 

 

 

Some days she will eat fewer grain foods, soy or nightshades – and so have fewer food toxins in her body in the following two days. The baby might have two uneventful days. 

 

Other times the mother may have a bowl of cereal for breakfast – and bread and pasta for her lunch. Also on some days she might have Chinese Szechuan pork, curry laksa or chilli prawns containing alkaloids, or chocolate – also likely ‘foreign’ to the infant.

 

In this way the baby rides a roller-coaster of nutrients and toxins – with a twelve to twenty four hour time lag from the mother’s ingestion of those foods.

 

  • Firstly it must move through her digestive system into her bloodstream.
  • Then after many hours it finds its way into the breast milk. 
  • Eventually the child feeds.
  • Over an hour - as the milk moves down to his stomach and intestine he starts screaming in pain
  • This delay explains why the cause is so often missed.

 

Many new mothers are mystified as to the baby’s sudden colic – when he has been fine for the last three days. But these unpredictable ups and downsare easily explained with Xenos Theory ... poisoning from food toxins.

 

On the other hand – where the mother feeds the baby exclusively with cow’s milk formula (a perfectly good substitute for most babies) – his diet would be safe and importantly, consistent.

 

This said – every baby is different - and parents must make their own decisions on feeding. But we do urge all new and would-be parents to fully investigate whether they are sensitive to food toxins – so they can optimise their health and that of the baby.

 

 

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There are more than twenty food toxins . . . and they act together in various combinations to cause internal damage that makes us sick – and leads to diagnosis of disease.

The Institute’s eighteen years of helping clients has shown - the most effective approach is to move to a LOW-TOXIN DIET.

 

We have found the best results come by using a journal – and with moderation … that is a diet which allows some favourites while greatly reducing the level of toxins in the blood . . . find out more at foodintol® LoTox Living