Mom named Mallory Smothers encountered the utterly miraculous thing about breast milk. Around Valentines's week, her baby was caught by cold and fell sick. She pumped some breast milk in the evening and did the same again in the consecutive morning; she noticed the difference in her milk. Smothers posted milk's side-by-side picture on the Facebook with a summary of some medical researches done on the characteristics of milk. Her post is getting viral and appreciated all over the internet. Read below to know more about the power of breast milk.
She posted this picture on Facebook and also conveyed the message about the power of breast milk.
On this Valentine's day, Mallory Smother posted a photo of two side-by-side bags of her pumped breast milk. The bag placed at the right side contains milk pumped on the second day when her baby got sick.
She was totally surprised encountering the change in color of her milk.
The difference was indicating the baby's health condition.
She discovered something totally new and relevant which she wanted to share with other moms as well.
"Mammary gland receptors interpret the baby spit backwash for bacteria and viruses and, if they detect something amiss, Mom's body will actually change the milk's immunological composition, tailoring it to the baby's particular pathogens by producing customized antibodies."
A mother of a sick baby can produce medicinal milk which is more effective than any other medical ways.
Here is the post of Smothers which has been shared over 70,000 times on the Facebook and many medical professionals also shared their knowledge on Smothers' claim.
Breast milk is a panacea for baby's health issues.
Royal College of Midwives policy advisor Janet Fyle told HuffPost UK, "The body does wonderful things and so does breast milk. The saliva reaction she talks about is when the nipple absorbs bacteria and realizes the baby is unwell. So is possible — never underestimate the power of the body."
The human body really is amazing.
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