Scientists Say to Delay Breastfeeding to ‘Improve’ Vaccine Potency

Posted: January 21, 2012 in HEALTH, NEWS
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Anthony Gucciardi
Activist Post

Scientists are now recommending that mothers delay vital breastfeeding in order to ‘improve’ the effects of vaccinations, stating that consuming breast milk could hamper the potency of vaccinations such as the rotavirus injection.

The authors state that the immune-boosting effects of breast milk could negatively affect the vaccine potency.

Of course the authors make no mention of the relationship between vaccination and over 189 diseases as observed by peer-reviewed research.

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