by Jeanette Padilla, Natural News:
It’s commonly believed, especially among Western doctors, that the belly button is just a scar, left over from birth. The majority of Western medicine practitioners state the the belly button is not connected to anything. This is incorrect. The belly button, also known as the navel or umbilicus, is in fact connected to other parts of the body. The umbilical chord connects the fetus to the mother during it’s development in the womb. One vein and two arteries run through the umbilical chord, sending and receiving oxygenated blood and deoxygenated blood from the developing fetus. It’s well known that the navel is created when a baby’s umbilical chord is cut shortly after birth. After the umbilical chord stump falls off, the baby is left with a belly button. It’s believed that after birth, the umbilical chord vessels die off and no longer serve a purpose, leaving the umbilicus unconnected to the rest of the body. However, that is not the case.
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