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Breast milk could be protective against coronavirus, study suggests

Breast milk could be protective against coronavirus - even WITHOUT antibodies, says study

9/29/2020 4:30:00 AM

Breast milk could be protective against coronavirus - even WITHOUT antibodies, says study

A study from Beijing University of Chemical Technology found that coronavirus did not bind to or enter healthy human lung or gut cells that had been mixed with breast milk.

Researchers mixed healthy cells into human breast milk and then exposed them to the coronavirusThe virus did not bind to or enter most of the cells and, if it did enter cells, it was not able to replicate itselfMilk from animals such as cows and goats suppressed viral strains by about 70% compared to the nearly 100% suppression of human milk

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Of course it is. So why also are the NHS forcing pregnant women to have the poison flu injection too?Saying it may protect the baby.Mothers can miscarry from that crap.Thats what the amniotic fluid does surrounding the baby.Its full of nutrients.Protectinb the unborn baby I bet you could find a Load of Tits to suck on at the MailOnline.

Well that's just pushed up the prices of breast milk Breast-feeding moms need to share with the rest of us. Cool let’s see some tiTs Fresh air is protective against the Covids I try all the time to tell the masketeers Just making it up as we go along. Did you know that listening to latin language records backwards can lead to a reduction in Covid-19 reinfection rates?

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Breast milk could be protective against coronavirus, study suggestsA study from Beijing University of Chemical Technology found that coronavirus did not bind to or enter healthy human lung or gut cells that had been mixed with breast milk. Breast feeding mothers during the war expressed their milk and it was sent to places like Malta where babies were in need of it. Perhaps we could now send do the same thing and send it to areas where COVID 19 is highly infectious. Some other info. IF a mother has had measles, she passes the immunity down to a baby that she breast-feeds. FactsMatter Guys will be queueing for miles waiting to get their dose!

Breast milk could be protective against coronavirus, study suggestsA study from Beijing University of Chemical Technology found that coronavirus did not bind to or enter healthy human lung or gut cells that had been mixed with breast milk. Breast feeding mothers during the war expressed their milk and it was sent to places like Malta where babies were in need of it. Perhaps we could now send do the same thing and send it to areas where COVID 19 is highly infectious. Some other info. IF a mother has had measles, she passes the immunity down to a baby that she breast-feeds. FactsMatter Guys will be queueing for miles waiting to get their dose!

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