From: pautrey on
On Jun 4, 11:52 pm, "Peter B." <.@.> wrote:
> "pautrey" <rpautr...(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:0a53a98c-b070-487f-bc19-01fb7827ba59(a)w12g2000yqj.googlegroups.com...
>
> > Natural births better for babies
>
> So let a child die if it cannot be born naturally.
>
> Great call, look at all the money saved!
>
> Yes, Ralph Pauley Autrey Jr. champion of infants!
>
> Not, my little fruitcake.

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The Gastrointestinal origin of mental Illness and complimentary
treatment strategies 17/12/2008 Based on the writings of Psychiatrist
Dr C.M. Reading and Jordan Rubin

**This is article is is not a replacement for medical treatment and
By Reading you agree to the disclaimer first



The below article and information and treatment strategies may be of
great benefit to anyone who may suffer from a mental illness, Coeliac
disease, bowel disease, depression, autism, ADHD and other related
learning disorders. Many people have reported testimonials of recovery
from many so called 'incurable' illnesses using the protocols outlined
in the treatments section*.



The current situation - Modern medicine sees all mental illness
deriving only from the brain - primarily from neurotransmitter
imbalance and nothing else - the truth is that in many cases there is
often an underlining physical cause (eg: infection, Coeliac disease,
etc) and this is often never investigated, and so its no wonder today
we are faced with the current tragedy that the Mentally ill die 25
years earlier, on average


Read More:
http://members.optusnet.com.au/gutmind/main.html
From: Peter B. on
"pautrey" <rpautrey2(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
news:575f8fb6-205d-4ac6-a919-bb705589de36(a)c10g2000yqi.googlegroups.com...
On Jun 4, 11:52 pm, "Peter B." <.@.> wrote:
> "pautrey" <rpautr...(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:0a53a98c-b070-487f-bc19-01fb7827ba59(a)w12g2000yqj.googlegroups.com...
>
> > Natural births better for babies
>
> So let a child die if it cannot be born naturally.
>
> Great call, look at all the money saved!
>
> Yes, Ralph Pauley Autrey Jr. champion of infants!
>
> Not, my little fruitcake.

Why can't you post anything of wide interest?


From: pautrey on
Mothers’ Good Bacteria Protects Child From Asthma, Allergies
http://www.topnews.in/mothers-good-bacteria-protects-child-asthma-allergies-2263388


Submitted by Ashok Rao on Mon, 05/31/2010 - 05:44. Health Update


A research has said that infants delivered vaginally get protective
bacteria as they go through the birth canal.

According to Professor Patricia Conway, of the School of Biotechnology
and Biomolecular Sciences at the University of NSW, babies born by
surgical incision through the abdominal wall and uterus, however, are
more prone to asthma, allergic infections and virus as they miss out
on getting mothers' good bacteria.

Prof. Patricia said that the bacteria, left on the baby's skin, could
then colonize the intestine and help inoculate newborns against
hospital bugs.

Professor Conway stated that gut flora was also vital for originating
a balanced immune system.

"With a C-section, the newborn baby misses an opportunity to pick up a
lot of mum's good bacteria," she said.

She added, "This can have long-term health implications, as the
development of a good intestinal ecosystem is necessary for health and
immunity to allergies, from childhood right through to
adulthood." (With Inputs from Agencies)


http://www.topnews.in/mothers-good-bacteria-protects-child-asthma-allergies-2263388
From: pautrey on
On Jun 6, 12:59 am, "Peter B." <.@.> wrote:
> "pautrey" <rpautr...(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:a0e47d7f-b0df-4959-b9bc-678b55d9ebeb(a)j8g2000yqd.googlegroups.com...
>
> > Natural births better for babies DANIELLE TEUTSCH AND KATE BENSON
>
> Ralph Paul Autrey Jr. of Georgia, desires your C-section babies dead.
>
> He has a black heart.

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Natural births better for babies DANIELLE TEUTSCH AND KATE BENSON
May 30, 2010

Comments 48
..
Bacteria ... A scientist says babies benefit from being born
vaginally.
BABIES born by caesarean section are more vulnerable to asthma,
allergies and infection as they miss out on receiving their mothers'
good bacteria during birth, a scientist says.

Professor Patricia Conway, of the School of Biotechnology and
Biomolecular Sciences at the University of NSW, said babies delivered
vaginally received protective bacteria as they passed through the
birth canal. Left on the baby's skin, this bacteria could then
colonise the intestine and help inoculate newborns against hospital
bugs. Gut flora was also crucial for developing a balanced immune
system, Professor Conway said. "With a C-section, the newborn baby
misses an opportunity to pick up a lot of mum's good bacteria," she
said.

"This can have long-term health implications, as the development of a
good intestinal ecosystem is necessary for health and immunity to
allergies, from childhood right through to adulthood."

Professor Conway said emergency caesareans, performed after labour had
begun, meant babies did receive some of the beneficial bacteria,
particularly if the waters had broken. But elective caesareans were
''sterile'' and gave babies no chance to pick up any of the mother's
good bacteria.

However babies had other chances to receive their mother's bacteria,
during skin-to-skin contact directly after birth and if they were
breastfed.

Australian College of Midwives vice-president Hannah Dahlen said
babies born vaginally had the advantage of hormonal surges during
labour, which made them more wide-eyed and able to connect with their
mothers.

Both mother and baby experienced a surge in catecholamines - the fight-
or-flight hormone - during labour, making babies more alert at birth.

Recent studies had shown white blood cells in babies born by caesarean
were different to those born vaginally, potentially altering the way
their bodies responded to attacks on their immune systems for the rest
of their lives.

The studies could explain dramatic increases in rates of diabetes,
testicular cancer, leukaemia and asthma among babies born surgically,
Dr Dahlen said.


Read More:
http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/wellbeing/natural-births-better-for-babies-20100529-wmfv.html


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Date: Sat, 5 Jun 2010 22:59:57 -0700
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"pautrey" <rpautr...(a)gmail.com> wrote in message


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> Natural births better for babies DANIELLE TEUTSCH AND KATE BENSON


Ralph Paul Autrey Jr. of Georgia, desires your C-section babies dead.

He has a black heart.

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Dumb as a stump - A derogatory expression used to describe someone who
is not very smart or who is dumb.
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From: pautrey on
On Jun 6, 12:59 am, "Peter B." <.@.> wrote:
> "pautrey" <rpautr...(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:a0e47d7f-b0df-4959-b9bc-678b55d9ebeb(a)j8g2000yqd.googlegroups.com...
>
> > Natural births better for babies DANIELLE TEUTSCH AND KATE BENSON
>
> Ralph Paul Autrey Jr. of Georgia, desires your C-section babies dead.
>
> He has a black heart.

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Lindman,

Are you drunk?

Quit playing stupid about where I live.
You've posted it many times before &
you know I don't live in GA.

Worried?