Just a podcast about how awesome I find milk AND high altitude research. Oh, and there are stem cells in human milk!!!!
|Figure 1: Figure 2 from Keim et al., (2013) showing the distribution of bacteria counts in milk purchased online. Sample 1 would have been placed in the 10^5 group for total bacteria. Image: doi: 10.1542/peds.2013-1687|
|Figure 2: Milk shipping is important, and just because samples look frozen does not mean they are! Photo:Lansinoh.com|
|Figure 3: PSA – maybe give your pump a good scrub down today, just in case. This style of pump is especially problematic because the rubber bulb is extremely hospitable to bacteria. Photo: Etsy|
|Figure 4: Two things I would never personally buy on Craigslist. Photo: http://wholelifestylenutrition.com|
|Figure 1: Comparison of weight-for-age percentiles by milk adiponectin between the Woo et al., study and the Cebu study. C|