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Dr. Seuss says
“Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened.”
“Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.”
“A person’s a person, no matter how small.”

Dr. Sears says
Human milk is more than food. It’s a complex living substance, like blood, with a long list of active germ-fighting and health-promoting ingredients. These help protect babies against all kinds of infections, common and not-so-common.

A drop of breastmilk contains around one million white blood cells. These cells, called macrophages (“big eaters”), gobble up germs. Breastmilk is also power-packed with immunoglobulin A (IgA), which coats the lining of babies’ immature intestines, preventing germs from leaking through. Secretory IgA also works to prevent food allergies. By coating the intestinal lining like a protective paint, it prevents molecules of foreign foods from getting into the bloodstream to set up an allergic reaction.

Colostrum, the milk mothers produce in the first few days after birth, is especially rich in IgA, just at the time when the newborn is first exposed to the outside world and needs protection from germs and foreign substances entering his body. Colostrum also contains higher amounts of white blood cells and infection-fighting substances than mature milk. Think of colostrum as your baby’s first important immunization.

As babies grow, mother’s milk continues to provide important protection against infection and disease. Human infants receive antibodies through the placenta, but these are gradually used up during the first six months. Human milk fills in the immunity gap until baby’s own immune system matures and kicks in. Even babies who continue to nurse into toddlerhood benefit from the many immune factors in their mother’s milk.

Immunities made-to-order. Each mother provides custom-designed milk to protect her infant. When a baby is exposed to a new germ, mother’s body manufactures antibodies to that germ. These antibodies show up in her milk and are passed along to her baby. Many a nursing mother can tell the story of the entire family–dad, mom, siblings–coming down with the flu and the nursing baby having the mildest case, or not getting sick at all. When mother comes down with a bug, the best thing she can do for her baby is to keep breastfeeding.

Dr. Weil says
Can Caffeine Cure Baldness?
Is it true that caffeine can promote hair growth and could cure baldness?
Answer (Published 5/28/2007)

Maybe so, but don’t start loading up on double espressos yet. You would have to drink an awful lot of them, and probably would be so wired that you wouldn’t care about the state of your hair. The caffeine connection to hair growth comes from a small study published in the January, 2007, issue of the International Journal of Dermatology, which showed that the drug can block the effects of a biochemical that damages hair follicles.

Dr. Frank of The Mr. T Experience says
My foundation ever unshaken nothing but life and devastation being so
together it seemed whatever ’till I read your Book of Revelation probably
I’d be much better off not knowing but you were so sloppy now your slip is
showing dangerous and jaded self-perpetuated cute but over-rated you’d
do everything just to look distracted never unattractive but overacted it
didn’t fall apart till I put it together then just a paragraph changed my life
forever when you know the ending open wide and read it how you made
your bed and now you have to eat it now I get to keep it all I ever needed so
why do I still feel cheated? I can’t believe my eyes what I saw last night
what I know today book of revelation. So now you finally go to say that you
really felt that way and it hit me pretty hard. And though we’ve carried it so
far I know that’s the way things are today that’s the way they are I can’t
make up my mind what I must decide what I have to say book of revelation

Dr. Who says
There’s no point in being grown up if you can’t be childish sometimes.

Dr. Wayne Dyer says
I treasure my physical being.

Treasure your physical being as a vehicle that houses your soul. Once you have the inner way, the outer way will follow.

Dr. Maria Montessori says
“Free the child’s potential, and you will transform him into the world”

Dr. Northrup says
“It takes far more courage to focus on the positive than on the negative. We have been conditioned by our culture and the mainstream media to focus on what could go wrong instead of what is working well. What we focus on expands. So have the courage to remain positive whenever possible.”


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  • Gramsey: I love seeing the pictures of Ariana at her school. She seems to having a ball. I am glad she has some sand to play with. LTA
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