Escherichia coli O157:H7
Factory Farms & E. coli by Nina Planck
"One bottle of formula is enough to change a babys gut
dramatically, and it takes two weeks of breastfeeding to return the gut back to normal.
(Personal communication, Dr Robert Reisinger) How can this happen? E Coli is the main
culprit. This bacteria is a putrefactive protein loving bacteria. The protein content of
human breast milk is lower than in any other mammal, and the protein content of formula or
any other milk supplement has a direct influence on the numbers of E Coli in the gut . Not
only does the acid gut and very low protein content of breastmilk provide a more hostile
environment for E Coli, but breastmilk also contain neutralising factors against E Coli.
Several studies have shown that babies who died of SIDS have a high prevalence of E Coli in the flora of the gut. Some suggest that the E coli "have acquired a plasmid which confers toxigenicity" (Med J Aust, 1989, Vol 151, pg 538) But E. Coli is intrinsically toxic. The outer coating (lipopolysaccharide) is the toxic component, but the key to the toxicity level is the speed with which it can multiply, given the right circumstances. These factors include bottle feeding (which results inmore gram negative bacteria, and a protein and alkaline level favouring E Coli), stress, overheating, viruses, vitamin deficiencies AND the suppressive actions of vaccines on the reticuloendothelial system.
In 1974, Dr Robert Reisinger presented a paper at an International SIDS conference. He quoted many authors who found SIDS predominantly among bottle-fed babies. Included in the authors quoted (but not referenced) was Shirley Tonkin from New Zealand:
"Tonkin reported that in her series of 86 SIDS cases, only two were breast-fed. Since twenty-five percent of her control population were breast fed, she should have had 21 cases of SIDS in breast-fed infants if the risk were the same in both breast-fed and bottle-fed."
"Coombs stated that if SIDS were relatively as common in the breast-fed as in the bottle-fed infant he should have had 17 breast-fed cases in his series, whereas at that time he had not one."---Hilary Butler
E.coli are predominately found in the final stages of digestion in the bowel. E.coli digest proteins and fats into finitely small molecules that feed and nourish our brains and nervous systems. They are responsible for producing massive amounts of B Vitamins to calm and soothe our brains and nervous system. People who enema and take colonics to remedy their constipation, continue the vicious cycle of devastatingly low colonies of E.coli, causing malnourishment of their brains and nervous systems. That may express itself in several symptoms, such as mild anxiety and loss of mental acuity. --Newsletter March 2007 Aajonus Vonderplanitz