Did you understand that when you kiss your baby, your breastmilk changes as needed to combat pathogens? It’s true.
“When a mom kisses her infant, she ‘samples’ those pathogens that are on the infant’s face– the very ones that the infant is about to consume. These samples are taken up by the mom’s secondary lympoid organs like the tonsils, and memory B cells specific for those pathogens are re-stimulated. These B cells then move to the mom’s breasts where they produce just those antibodies that the infant needs!” (