Friday, February 21, 2014


SEX TO MILK PRODUCTION Nursing monkeys make different milk for male and female offspring, a finding that has direct implications for understanding previously unknown variations in human breast milk, researchers said. Males and females respond differently to cortisol, a hormone found in mothers’ milk but not in formula, said Katie Hinde, with Harvard University’s Department of Human Evolution. 
“There is this prevailing myth that mother’s milk is standard,” Hinde told reporters at the American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting in Chicago on Friday. “There’s evidence that mothers are producing different biological recipes of milk for sons and daughters and the magnitude of this effect varies across their reproductive careers,” Hinde told Discovery News.

Breast milk calcium content, for example, is higher for females than males.The handful of studies that have looked at variations in human breast milk based on the baby’s gender tend to focus on the constituents of the milk and their concentrations - how much fat, protein, sugar, calcium, etc., but have not accounted for overall milk production, which affects concentrations. There is no data on how breast milk may vary for nursing mixed-gender twins, she added. 
Formulas can copy mothers’ milk food value, but not its hormonal content, Hinde said. Related studies on 1.4 million cows also showed that mothers carrying females produce more milk than those gestating males

A new study offers the first evidence that fetal sex can affect the amount of milk cows produce, a finding that could have major economic implications for dairy farmers. The study, co-authored by a Harvard scientist, examined 2.4 million lactations by nearly 1.5 million dairy cows in the United States, finding that cows that gestate daughters produce 1,000 pounds more milk than those that gestate sons. Research shows that female animals personalize milk composition depending on the sex of the future infant. It is thought that women's bodies have similar behavior and that fetal sex would affect the composition of breast milk; this would explain the differences between different human lactations. Wow ... it's an amazing news. How wonderful is mother's body! Whether cows or women, the intelligence cells of the mother's body produces milk with certain composition according to whether a pregnancy will result in a male or a female infant! And after knowing these findings there are still fools who refuse to accept the higher intelligence that created these material bodies with such wonderful biological characteristics, and continue to think that everything happened by blind chance or random cosmic explosion that appeared by chance out of nowhere. How can we say that these wonderful activities and properties of our material body have come to be without a high intelligence behind these facts? Our spiritual masters have taught us that this sort of conclusion is due to a poor fund of knowledge. Therefore, One must conclude that the wonderful creation of the universe operates under the direction of God, who with His transcendental intelligence makes appear, grow and dissolve all things in due time. (Editor's note).

The living beings are parts and parcels of the Lord, and He impregnates the vast material creation with seeds of spiritual sparks, and thus the creative energies are set in motion to enact so many wonderful creations. An atheist may argue that God is no more expert than a watchmaker, but of course God is greater because He can create machines in duplicate male and female forms. The male and female forms of different types of machineries go on producing innumerable similar machines without God's further attention. If a man could manufacture such a set of machines that could produce other machines without his attention, then he could approach the intelligence of God. But that is not possible, for each machine has to be handled individually. Therefore, no one can create as well as God. Another name for God is asamaurdhva, which means that no one is equal to or greater than Him.

Śrīla A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda :
Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam (Bhāgavata Purāna) - Canto 1: Creation
Chapter 1: “Questions by the Sages” - Verse 1
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase -

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