Pregnancy is an incredibly special time in a woman’s life. It is a time to be careful about what you put into your body because it affects the development of the baby— therefore its entire life and yours. The first trimester is the most important. Avoiding chemicals of any kind due to the time of greatest differentiation which are days 18 thru 55. Differentiation means development of fine details going from general to specific.
The timing of the exposure to chemicals, radiation, etc., is critical and the malformations of the developing fetus are as follows:
- Central nervous system – highly-sensitive from 3 to 5.5 weeks
- Heart – highly-sensitive from 2.5 to 6.5 weeks.
- Limbs – highly-sensitive from 3.5 to 7 weeks.
- Eyes – highly-sensitive from 3.5 to 7 weeks
- Ears – highly-sensitive from 3.5 to 8.5 weeks
- Teeth – highly-sensitive from 6.5 to 8 weeks.
- Genitalia – highly-sensitive from 6.5 to 8.5 weeks.
Many women are not even aware they are pregnant during this critical time of development.
Hazards of Prenatal exposure to alcohol, tobacco, drugs, and vaccines. Smoking as few as 2 cigarettes a day will reduce fetal breathing and movements. Low birth weight, prematurity, and increased death of the fetus all due to vasoconstriction (vessels constricting) in the placenta.
No amount of alcohol has been determined to be safe in pregnancy and can result in fetal alcohol syndrome—ranges from mild to severe.
Antibiotics cross the placenta and can stain the teeth and can be associated with acoustic (hearing) nerve damage.
Marijuana crosses the placenta and increases monoxide levels and decreases oxygen.
High dose vitamins such as vitamin A and C can cause miscarriage and birth defects.
Mask wearing decreases oxygen to developing fetuses resulting in smaller size and decreased brain function.
Exposure to mercury causes neurological problems and is toxic to brain tissue. Mercury exposure can come from dental work used to fill cavities, vaccines that contain thimerosal, fluorescent light bulbs, and a minute amount from fish (the least to be worried about).
The experimental COVID-19 gene therapy jab is not safe for pregnant women. There has been a sizable increase in miscarriage in those who have taken the jab—especially in the second trimester which is extremely rare. It is also questionable whether the vaccinated woman will be able to get pregnant again. The long-term effects of those children born to the experimental covid jabs’ mothers are yet to be seen.
Besides avoiding the insults during pregnancy, it is important to eat living foods such as fruits, vegetables, and high-quality protein. A good prenatal vitamin and vitamin D are essential. I recommend having blood work drawn to correct any deficiencies. This will not only help normal development of the baby but help mom get through pregnancy easier. Some simple things to support pregnancy in the third trimester is to drink raspberry tea up to 4 cups a day to help prepare the uterus for delivery. Eating dates – 4 larger ones per day a few weeks before the due date. Keep walking even as it gets more difficult to move, 1 hour a day broken into 15 minute segments.
Let us support your pregnancy and birth process. There is a reason for difficult pregnancies and many complications can be overcome with the guidance of a naturopathic physician.
ICAN, Del Bigtree
National Vaccine Information Center
MERCOLA.COM (pregnancy and covid vaccine)
Propaganda Exposed series by Ty and Charlene Bollinger at
VAERS Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System