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The placenta functions as an endocrine organ. It secretes both peptide and steroid hormones, which act to maintain pregnancy and prepare for parturition and lactation.What can you do with a placenta?
To grow, your baby needs nutrients, water, oxygen, antibodies against diseases, and a way to get rid of unneeded waste like carbon dioxide. The placenta provides all of these. As your own blood flows through your uterus, the placenta seeps up nutrients, immune molecules and oxygen molecules circulating through your system.What are the benefits and risks of eating placenta?
Eating your placenta may increase your risk of contracting a severe infection. On the other hand, it may contribute to small improvements in mood and fatigue. Additional research is needed. Since side effects may be serious, talk to your doctor about the pros and cons and your personal health situation before eating your placenta.