THE HUMAN BREAST — AN INDISPENSABLE DISPENSER

Time-frame: 30-120
CERP: yes

Anatomically humans are the only animals that don’t have separate passages for air and food. This adaptation permits speech. The action of breastfeeding on the developing palate and breathing mechanics is distinctly different from sucking on a manufactured “nipple”. Nature gave mothers not only the perfect food but the perfect dispenser.



Theresa Nesbitt


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