Caesar Babies and Autoimmune Diseases

Thus post is about Caesar Babies and Autoimmune Diseases they suffer. As I have explained in a previous post, Our Immune System, we depend on the microbes in our gut to control the second half of our immune response, the regulatory response.

Without the correct microbes we do not get the regulatory response happening and we then suffer from an autoimmune disease. The inflammation continues unchecked. This then results in a number of conditions ranging from asthma, Type 1 Diabetes to psoriasis and eczema.

The problem that Caesar Babies and Autoimmune Diseases The Birth CanalCaesar babies have is they have not gone down the mothers birth canal, the passageway from the womb through the cervix, the vagina, and the vulva. During that transition the baby swallows mucus which contains the mothers bacteria. The baby is also covered in them over their entire body. This microbe bath is essential for the babies immune system development.

While in the womb the baby is pretty sterile. There are very few microbes in the womb. The first contact is travelling down the birth canal.

Because this step is by passed in Caesar babies, they do not come in contact with the mom’s microbes and their immune system is severely compromised.

Premature babies are in an even more serious situation as they end up in an incubator and stay in hospital for some time. They are not breast fed and do not come into too much contact with the mothers skin. Breast feeding and body contact also transfer microbes.

To overcome this problem of low intestinal flora in babies and thus to treat various autoimmune diseases, give the baby one Noster ProBiotic Paediatric every morning. It is a capsule so open the capsule and put the contents into food, juice, milk etc.

Having pets and dogs in particular also boosts the immune system.

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