Why Newborns Should Stay Attached To The Placenta

Newborn babies are born attached to their Umbilical Chords naturally. Babies are commonly known to have the chord wrapped around their body during delivery times, due to the baby adjusting his or her position in order to be released. 

The Umbilical Chord is attached to the baby’s stomach and runs directly to the placenta located in the womb. The placenta is an organ that serves a great purpose for the baby. This purpose is to provide emaculant nourishment, pure oxygen and the removal of waste products from the baby’s blood. 

It is critical that the baby stays on the placenta before and after birth, but this practice is not commonly used by the majority of hospitals and labor and delivery clinics in the US. 

Delivery nurses and doctors tend to cut the baby’s umbilical chord immediately after counting how many times it’s wrapped around the baby during birth. Plus, they take the placenta out of the womb and either discard it or keep it for “studying purposes”, or so we are told.

After birth, waiting on the placenta to finish pulsating all of it’s nutritious blood and stem-cells is vital for the baby’s well being. Studies prove that if you do not let your baby’s umbilical chord get clamped or cut right after birth, your baby will be free of all of these things listed below:

  • ADHD
  • Congestive Impairment
  • Ischemic Damage
  • Hypoxia
  • Respiratory Distress (shocked lungs)
  • Hypovolemic Shock (an assault on a child)
  • Anemic (due to loss of Red Bloods Cells)
  • Eating Disorders
  • Learning Disorders
  • Mental Deficiency
  • Behavioral Problems
  • Mental Retardation

    Most hospitals will tell parents that it is mandatory for them to cut the baby from the placenta. This is not true. Keeping the baby attached to the placenta after birth can save the baby’s life. – Dane Calloway #ImJustHereToMakeYouThink 

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