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Friday, February 17, 2012

UNDER-URINATION MAKES CHILDREN OBESE, NOT CAESAREAN DELIVERY


UNDER-URINATION MAKES CHILDREN OBESE, NOT CAESAREAN DELIVERY
(©  1998, 17 February, 2012: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D.)

Reuters has released a story (Page-28, New Straits Times) that refers to a study conducted in Brazil, and published in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
Their earlier study appears to have suggested a link between C-section and overweight in babies. Some said this could be because of the lack of exposure to bacteria that are found in the birth canal.

Now, the explanation offered for this phenomenon appears to be different.

They relate obesity of the children to family income, birth weight, schooling, and mother’s weight, height, age and smoking habits.

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MY OBSERVATION:
I have very well established (Palaniappan, 1998-2011) that children and adults become obese and overweight because of the accumulation of CALCIUM in the soft tissues as well as in the bones, essentially due to UNDER-URINATION.
Mother’s milk contains 20 mg calcium per 100 ml, and cow’s fresh milk has about 120 mg.
The synthetic preparations of baby feeds tend to contain far too much of it - frighteningly larger quantities.
This is done with the erroneous assumption that calcium is very good for the body - the more it is taken, better it will be.
The belief is that, let the baby (or children) be fed with increased concentrations of calcium. The body would absorb what it wants, and the unwanted excess will get out of the body through urinations.
In theory, it sounds alright. However, in reality, this does not seem to occur, for the following reason:
A child must urinate adequately to eliminate all the unwanted toxic substances, including all the unwanted excesses.
Unfortunately, very often, most of the children are worn with very tight napkins, diapers and under-clothes. These prevent the child from urinating freely. As a result, they withhold their urinal pressure.
When excessive urine gets built-up in the bladder, the body deviates the fluid to be driven out of the body in the form of profuse sweat - giving rise to the problem of hyperhidrosis (= excessive sweat in palms, feet and all over the body). 
I have also recorded my findings in my book Asthma (2001) that prolonged hyperhidrosis (+ environmental particle pollutants) will give rise to asthma, bronchitis, nagging cough, sinusitis, and sneezing.
Anyway, when the consumed water gets lost in the form of sweat, there will not be adequate urine to remove the unwanted excesses.
This enhances their retention within the body, increases the body weight, and makes the person obese.
Normally, the carbohydrate content of the EXCESSIVE food a person may consume tends to get burnt to provide energy. However, the calcium content in the excessive food thus consumed will get accumulated within the body, along with the already-stored calcium that had accumulated due to under-urination.
Intake of calcium-rich food items (including chocolates, seafood such as anchovies, prawns, fish, fish oil, etc.), calcium-enriched foods (biscuits, snacks and several beverages), and calcium supplements tend to add on to the problem.
Another important fact worthy of consideration is related to chronic constipation (refers to defecation of slimy, smelly, and shapeless faeces, defecated twice or more number of times daily, and often misinterpreted as diarrhoea. Acute constipation should refer to not defecating for two or more number of days, even if it occurs of a prolonged period.  I have re-defined this in several of my publications, including in THE TRUE CAUSES OF ALL DISEASES.)
When a person (child or adult) defecates shapely and solid faeces, the hitherto unabsorbed calcium present in the faecal matter will get thrown out along with the waste. 
When a person defecates slimy faeces, the unutilised calcium becomes available for absorption by the glandular cells present in the wall of the intestine (called adenomatous cells), and that gets transported by the lymphy fluid to various parts of the body, which then increases the body weight / obesity of the person.
So, it is very important to make sure that a child defecates solid and shapely faeces all the time. This can be done by eliminating the food that makes the faeces slimy.
(Eating over-ripe fruits, e.g., papaya, can make the faeces slimy, and that can enable the increase in obesity.)
VERY THICK MILK FORMULAS MEANT FOR INFANTS ALSO PROMOTE THE DEFECATION OF SLIMY FAECES – GIVING RISE TO DIARRHOEA, WHICH IN TURN, ENHANCES THE ABSORPTION OF FAR TOO MUCH OF CALCIUM INTO THE INFANT’S BODY, THUS MAKING IT OBESE.
As pointed out in the Reuter’s news, most of the time, the obese mothers are the ones who tend to require Caesarean delivery. So, the probability is, that the children of obese mothers tend to become obese as well - and this can be attributed to genetics.
Can you guess what could be the truth in the above statement?
A pregnant woman who does not drink enough water (and thereby under-urinates) will naturally become obese. The growing embryo in her body too would become obese even before its birth.
Subsequently, the mother, while raising her baby, would not give adequate water (that being her habit), and also would not encourage or teach her baby to urinate liberally. These would then make her baby/child obese as well. The observers would then begin to believe that the child has become obese because the mother is obese.
The next question that stands out is, what should be done to maintain normal weight in growing up children?
The above explanation will be self-explanatory.
All it requires is,
(a)  Do NOT feed a baby / child with excessive calcium through synthetic means.
(b)  Do NOT wear tight under-clothes.
(c)  Train and allow a child to urinate once every two hours while awake, without withholding the urinal pressure.
(d) Make sure the faeces remains solid and shapely, and not watery or slimy.
These alone would keep the baby/ child in good health, with normal weight all the time.
The useful information to add on here will be, that, the pregnant woman herself would NOT become obese, if she urinates properly all the time. 
I have also explained in my books (Palaniappan, 1998-2011) that the embryo in a well-urinating woman would grow normal, and will not become obese.
Besides the above, a well-urinating pregnant woman would NOT develop what is called PREGNANCY DIABETES, called Gestational Diabetes (See my book DIABETES: CAUSES, CURE AND PREVENTION, 2011).
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OK, friends, I will come up with another misunderstood story soon.
With best wishes,
Dr. Palani, Ph.D.