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So called educated modern mother(you will realize that they are actually most stupid mothers) ” Beta, come inside! Don’t play in rain! Don’t play in dirt! ”

These mothers are conditioned by Dettol type ads. Germs! Our enemies~! Ha ha!!

Pity!

Dirt

“We should be rolling in the dirt, gardening, wrestling with some brambles and skinning animals for supper. These are important immune system builders.”
~ Joel Salatin

“What a child is doing when he puts things in his mouth is allowing his immune response to explore his environment. Not only does this allow for ‘practice’ of immune responses, which will be necessary for protection, but it also plays a critical role in teaching the immature immune response what is best ignored.” ~ Mary Ruebush PhD

According to below two reports, “In both studies, children who lived on farms had lower prevalences of asthma and atopy and were exposed to a greater variety of environmental microorganisms than the children in the reference group.Children living on farms were exposed to a wider range of microbes than were children in the reference group, and this exposure explains a substantial fraction of the inverse relation between asthma and growing up on a farm. ”

Let your child indulge in healthy farm dirt (Not the one affected by pesticides and chemicals!). BEST WAY? Send him/her in Jungle with cattle grazing as cattleman assistant cowboy/girl!


Research


http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1007302

Exposure to Environmental Microorganisms and Childhood Asthma

Children who grow up in environments that afford them a wide range of microbial exposures, such as traditional farms, are protected from childhood asthma and atopy. In previous studies, markers of microbial exposure have been inversely related to these conditions

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