DAVID GRANOVSKY

Stem cells in breast milk could fulfil baby’s ‘genetic destiny’

In VICTORIES & SUCCESS STORIES on November 23, 2009 at 3:01 am

Stem cells in breast milk are adult or repair stem cells.  Is it any wonder repair stem cells are so good for you? – dg

https://i0.wp.com/www.impactlab.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/breastfeeding-243.jpgStem cells in breast milk could fulfil baby’s ‘genetic destiny’

by ANI on November 22, 2009

London, Nov 22 (ANI): A new research has found three different types of stem cells in breast milk which may be the reason why mother’s milk is deemed best for babies.

Dr Mark Cregan, medical director at the Swiss healthcare and baby equipment company Medela, has discovered adult stem cells of epithelial (mammary) and immune origin and found “very preliminary evidence” that stem cells in breast milk boost the growth of muscle and bone tissue.

According to him, mother’s milk could enable a child to “fulfil its genetic destiny”.

“Breast milk is the only adult tissue where more than one type of stem cell has been discovered. That is very unique and implies a lot about the impressive bioactivity of breast milk and the consequential benefits to the breastfed infant,” the Independent quoted Dr Cregan, as saying.

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