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Problems with Communication
Problems with Communication

by J. C. Spencer

Communication Problems

Glycomics, the science of sugars has taught us that neuron transmission is damaged by manmade confusion that tangles communication. Information is often blocked completely or the wires are crossed to give a totally different message than intended.

The earlier you start in life to build an excellent neurological transmission system the better. Research studies show that babies receiving specific sugars through mother's breast milk achieve better brain function throughout life. We owe it to our children and grandchildren to educate them so they too can have long productive lives.

Here are a few of the stories that we have reported on in the past:

Sugar Fix For Pathogens - The sugar research of Australian Professor Nicki Packer has led her to put forward a rather fascinating hypothesis: that the glycoproteins found in mammalian fluids such as breast milk, tears and saliva have anti-pathogenic properties.

Breastfeeding Perk: Less Nearsightedness? - Researchers in Singapore say babies who are breastfed may be less likely to become nearsighted children.

Breast Fed Babies Less Likely To Be Obese - Bottle-feeding link to obese children.

Evidence that breast-feeding can make children smarter - Children whose mothers breast-fed them longer and did not mix in baby formula scored higher on intelligence tests, the researchers in Canada and Belarus reported.

Nine Sugars that Produce Healthy Human Cells - First in a series starting with MANNOSE with the understanding that research indicates they work synergistically when eaten together.

Get a smart start on the day - This Harvard Health Letter offers some good information about the importance of your getting a smart start on the day.

Hundreds of abstracts and articles are available free of charge on the educational website of The Endowment for Medical Research located at www.endowmentmed.org

Another excellent source of information is the educational e-textbool: Expand Your Mind - Improve Your Brain available online at www.endowmentmed.org