Colostrum and Longevity

English: Part of an antibody with the heavy ch...

English: Part of an antibody with the heavy chain in yellow, the light chain in green and the s (CDRs) on the heavy chain highlighted in red. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: Comparison of expressed colostrum and...

English: Comparison of expressed colostrum and breast milk (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Colostrum (also known colloquially as beestings,[1] bisnings[2] or first milk) is a form of milk produced by the mammary glands of mammals (including humans) in late pregnancy. Most species will generate colostrum just prior to giving birth. Colostrum contains antibodies to protect the newborn against disease, as well as being lower in fat[3] and higher in protein than ordinary milk.
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breasts produce colostrum beginning during pregnancy and continuing through the early days of breastfeeding. This special milk is yellow to orange in color and thick and sticky. It is low in fat, and high in carbohydrates, protein, and antibodies to help keep your baby healthy. Colostrum is extremely easy to digest, and is therefore the perfect first food for your baby. It is low in volume (measurable in teaspoons rather than ounces), but high in concentrated nutrition for the newborn. Colostrum has a laxative effect on the baby, helping him pass his early stools, which aids in the excretion of excess bilirubin and helps prevent jaundice.

When your baby is breastfed early and often, your breasts will begin producing mature milk around the third or fourth day after birth. Your milk will then increase in volume and will generally begin to appear thinner and whiter (more opaque) in color. In those first few days it is extremely important to breastfeed your newborn at least 8-12 times each 24 hours, and more often is even better. This allows your baby to get all the benefits of the colostrum and also stimulates production of a plentiful supply of mature milk. Frequent breastfeeding also helps prevent engorgement.

Your colostrum provides not only perfect nutrition tailored to the needs of your newborn, but also large amounts of living cells which will defend your baby against many harmful agents. The concentration of immune factors is much higher in colostrum than in mature milk.

Colostrum actually works as a natural and 100% safe vaccine. It contains large quantities of an antibody called secretory immunoglobulin A (IgA) which is a new substance to the newborn. Before your baby was born, he received the benefit of another antibody, called IgG, through your placenta. IgG worked through the baby’s circulatory system, but IgA protects the baby in the places most likely to come under attack from germs, namely the mucous membranes in the throat, lungs, and intestines.

Colostrum has an especially important role to play in the baby’s gastrointestinal tract. A newborn’s intestines are very permeable. Colostrum seals the holes by “painting” the gastrointestinal tract with a barrier which mostly prevents foreign substances from penetrating and possibly sensitizing a baby to foods the mother has eaten.

Colostrum also contains high concentrations of leukocytes, protective white cells which can destroy disease-causing bacteria and viruses.

The colostrum gradually changes to mature milk during the first two weeks after birth. During this transition, the concentrations of the antibodies in your milk decrease, but your milk volume greatly increases. The disease-fighting properties of human milk do not disappear with the colostrum. In fact, as long as your baby receives your milk, he will receive immunological protection against many different viruses and bacteria.

These natural antibodies from ones siblings mother, great grandmother, great great grandmother , ect ect is the way human immunity is passed on to the next generation naturally.
Im 50 years of age wheni was vaccinated as a youth i probably recieved about 12 vaccinnes today our children are subjected to many more shots containing Thimerosol which is a eugenic tool!

Stomach capacity of the newborn

When mothers hear that colostrum is measurable in teaspoons rather than ounces, they often wonder if that can really be enough for their babies. The short answer is that colostrum is the only food healthy, full-term babies need. The following is an explanation:

A 1 day old baby’s stomach capacity is about 5-7 ml, or about the size of a marble. Interestingly, researchers have found that the day-old newborn’s stomach does not stretch to hold more. Since the walls of the newborn’s stomach stays firm, extra milk is most often expelled (spit up). Your colostrum is just the right amount for your baby’s first feedings!

By day 3, the newborn’s stomach capacity has grown to about 0.75-1 oz, or about the size of a “shooter” marble. Small, frequent feedings assure that your baby takes in all the milk he needs.

Around day 7, the newborn’s stomach capacity is now about 1.5-2 oz, or about the size of a ping-pong ball. Continued frequent feeding will assure that your baby takes in all the milk he needs, and your milk production meets his demands.

Hundreds of years ago humans lived mush longer than they do today Why? Because ther were no Vaccines and the air and food was Unprocessed.

Isaac‘s birth came about from a miracle – Abraham was 100 years old when Isaac was born (Genesis 21:5), and Sarah, at age 90, had been unable to have children (Genesis 16:1, 17:17). As explained, “Then God said, “Yes, but your wife Sarah will bear you a son, and you will call him Isaac. I will establish My Covenant with him as an everlasting covenant for his descendants after him.” (Genesis 17:19).

Methuselah was the longest-lived man, with a specified age, in Biblical history. He lived 969 years and was the great-great-great-great-great-grandson of Adam.

As the ancient Hebrews used a lunar calendar, a lifespan of 969 months would equate to a more reasonable sounding 84 years.

Dec 17 02, 8:16 PM

We still do use a lunar calendar, but we never did substitute years for months. A year is 12 to 13 months long in the Jewish calendar – always was.

Methuslah (Metushelach in Hebrew) was the oldest person whose age at death is written about in the Bible, specifically 969 years. Only one woman was mentioned as having an age at death – Sarah, 127.

[2010 Feb] Bill Gates: We can lower the world’s population with vaccines “if we do a really great job on vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that [his initial 2050 global population projection of 9-billion] by perhaps about 10 to 15 percent.”….We proposed several years back a birth control vaccine which induces the formation of antibodies against the human pregnancy hormone, the human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG).

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3 Responses to Colostrum and Longevity

  1. PeterBDunn says:
    ***Enoch lived 365 years walking with God and then disappeared. Could possibly still be living. Maybe taken away by God like Elijah but not noted. This is spoken of in Genesis 5:23 & 24
    1. Methuselah – 969 Genesis 5:27

    2. Jared – 962 Genesis 5:20

    3. Noah – 950 Genesis 9:29

    4. Adam – 930 Genesis 5:5

    5. Seth – 912 Genesis 5:8

    6. Kenan – 910 Genesis 5:14

    7. Enosh – 905 Genesis 5:11

    8. Mahalalel – 895 Genesis 5:17

    9. Lamech – 777 Genesis 5:31
    the serpent said to Adam and eve knowing full well one day to the lord is likened to one thousand years to man, telling them surely they would not die, we only get to live one day before our lord and eugenicists want to shorten that even further vide their tools of eugenics/vaccines, medical treatment ect I view it as the little horned dude is attempting to deceive you into voluntarily giving up your unalienable rights as your forgetting “let your food be your medicine” not there manufactured junk foods genetically modified at that .

    • PeterBDunn says:

      In a recent TED conference presentation, Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates, who has donated hundreds of millions of dollars to new vaccine efforts, speaks on the issue of CO2 emissions and its effects on climate change. He presents a formula for tracking CO2 emissions as follows: CO2 = P x S x E x C.

      P = People
      S = Services per person
      E = Energy per service
      C = CO2 per energy unit

      Then he adds that in order to get CO2 to zero, “probably one of these numbers is going to have to get pretty close to zero.”

      Following that, Bill Gates begins to describe how the first number — P (for People) — might be reduced. He says:

      “The world today has 6.8 billion people… that’s headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.”

      You can watch this yourself at:

      Learn more:

  2. william says:

    Spot on with this write-up, I truly think this website needs much more consideration. Ill probably be again to read much more, thanks for that info.

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