Tuesday , 17 October 2017

CDC Advises Delayed Breastfeeding To Boost Vaccine Efficacy

Ten researchers from the CDC’s National Centers for Immunization and Respiratory Disease (NCIRD) released a paper arguing that because the immune-boosting effects of breastmilk inhibit the effects of the live oral rotavirus vaccine, nursing mothers should delay breastfeeding their infants.

This, dear readers, is the kind of convoluted logic that permeates the pharmaceutical industry. To be fair, the paper does not recommend that mothers stop breastfeeding, merely that they delay nursing at the time that the vaccine is administered. It also says that other avenues for boosting the vaccine’s efficacy should be explored.

Honestly, I don’t care how nuanced their recommendation is. Do they not realize what they have stumbled upon? In demonstrating that breastmilk counters the live vaccine, they’ve shown that breastmilk counters the virus.

A live vaccine contains a weakened form of the virus that causes the disease. The idea is that by presenting the weakened virus to your body, your immune system will develop an immune response to the virus sufficient to help you fight off a more virulent attack of the virus later. In other words, when your body is fighting off the live virus, it is effectively fighting off the virus itself, just in smaller quantities.

If breastmilk’s immune-boosting properties fight-off the live vaccine, then that means that breastmilk is fighting off the virus itself (just in smaller quantities).

Yet instead of recommending that the best way to fight this disease in infants is to encourage mothers to breastfeed, they’re recommending that mothers refrain from breastfeeding so that the vaccine can work!

I’m troubled by the underlying assumptions these researchers are making. They’re assuming, for example, that the vaccine should be used regardless of its efficacy. They’re assuming that the vaccine is better for the baby than breastfeeding. They’re assuming that the vaccine is safe.

Or, perhaps they’re not assuming any of those things. They are single-minded scientists after all. Their sole goal in this paper seems to simply be to measure the inhibitory effects of breast milk on the vaccine. They compared the breastmilk from mothers in India, South Korea, Vietnam, and the U.S. Indian mothers had the most potent breastmilk in fighting the vaccine, while U.S. moms had the weakest.

(I wonder if that’s because of our poor diets of overly-processed, industrialized food?)

I think it’s interesting to note that the researchers aren’t asking about what’s best for the baby. The question they have in mind is quite focused: just how much does breastmilk neutralize the vaccine?

Arguably, it’s a win for nursing mothers everywhere since it proves just how effective breastmilk can be!

And yet, these researchers didn’t stop there. They took their snazzy results and had the audacity to call them a “negative effect” of breastfeeding.

Clearly, they have one goal in mind: to sell more vaccines.

And therein lies the rub. The pharmaceutical industry could care less about actual health and wellness. After all, if you are healthy, they don’t make any money off of you. It is in their financial best interests for you to be perpetually sick.

I doubt that these researchers sat in their break room clad in black leather, sipping spiked coffee sporting evil grins as they plotted about how to take over the world. Most likely, they’re family folk feeling quite proud about the fact that they are developing vaccines to use in poor, undeveloped countries.

And yet despite their noble intentions, they can’t see how their assumptions influenced their recommendations. For if they were truly all about the health of the baby, they’d look at their findings and recommend that more women breastfeed. Or they’d look at their findings and ask why Indian breastmilk is so much more effective than American breastmilk, then start creating studies to unpack all the implications of that.

But who would fund those kinds of studies? Surely not the drug companies who are creating and selling vaccines? Surely not the universities who are also funded by grants from those same drug companies? Surely not the U.S. government which also receives large sums of money (as well as employees) from those same drug companies?

Nobody would fund those kinds of studies. (And that’s why they’re not done.)

It’s been said that good health makes a lot of sense, but it doesn’t make a lot of dollars.

Too true, that. Too true.

Source: www.foodrenegade.com

12 comments

  1. That is not what the study said. Nowhere on the CDC site do they say anything about delaying breastfeeding. There was only one study that made mention of something like that but never concluded women should not breastfeed. Read it yourself.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3704726/

  2. Pete Whittaker

    Thank you.

  3. Source? I’d love to fact check and find this actual paper.

  4. Kari Bohnstead

    The CDC needs to be kicked out on their asses. Their corrupt & inhuman ways don’t work. Most of us know this. They are harming more than helping. A women’s breast milk is superior to vaccines. They are injuring children, causing disease, & corrupting our bodily functions & causing death. It is way past time to correct this injustice they force on us. Obviously, we can not allow this to go on anymore.

  5. What a brilliant article and thank you for clarifying the link between the protective qualities in milk and the inhibition of viruses…… “If breastmilk’s immune-boosting properties fight-off the live vaccine, then that means that breastmilk is fighting off the virus itself (just in smaller quantities).”

    A further point could be made that if Indian women’s breastmilk is so potent against vaccine live virus…… why the heck do Indians NEED all these so called charity vaccine programmes to “boost” their immunity??? Another case of the passive audience duped into compliance by corporate interests, perhaps???

  6. Instead, how about delaying vaccines while breastfeeding. Makes more sense.

  7. As a breastfeeding mom, I would love to read this paper. Could you please provide more information such as a title or a link? The CDC website regarding the Rota virus says, “Breastfeeding does not appear to diminish immune response to rotavirus vaccine. Infants who are being breastfed should be vaccinated on schedule.”

    https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/pinkbook/rota.html

  8. One has to work hard to imagine the moral level of people who would exchange the lives of healthy babies for money. They make long range plans for how to promote toxic vaccines that contain mercury, formaldehyde, aluminum and foreign DNA that will destroy the lives of innocent babies and children. This is not business as usual, it is the work of sociopaths, of criminals.

  9. Where can we find the paper you referenced? Thanks!

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