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Sick Children From Milk

Statistical surveys make it clear that more and more children are suffering from allergies caused by cow’s milk. There is often a direct connection between the intake of dairy products and health problems that occur.

Many health disorders are caused by milk

Health disorders include skin problems of all kinds, digestive problems such as flatulence, constipation or diarrhea, excessive mucus formation, asthma, bronchitis, chronic ear infections, and much more.

Milk lacks essential fatty acids

dr Benjamin Spock, an American pediatrician, describes in his book, which has now sold 50 million copies, that he cannot recommend dairy products at all. The book “Baby and Child Care” also describes, among other things, that essential fatty acids, which are responsible for the development of our brain and must be supplied, can be found in optimal composition in vegetable fats.

Milk is high in saturated fats

Milk has only a small proportion of essential fatty acids, but a high proportion of saturated fats. These contribute to enormous weight problems in children and adolescents and promote the development of arteriosclerosis and other diseases.

also, dr Michael Klaper, a well-known nutrition expert and author of the book “Viva Vegan for Mother and Child”, notes that humans are probably the only creatures that feed on the mother’s milk of other creatures – meaning conventional cow’s milk. For example, no dog would drink the milk of a giraffe…

The conclusion of these statements is that children can grow up strong and healthy without dairy products.

Allergy-causing substances in milk

In many cases, allergy-causing substances can be detected in cow’s milk and the dairy products made from it. What is meant primarily are the cow’s own proteins. In addition, dairy products often contain a large number of pesticides, which the cow ingests through the feed, as well as a large number of drug residues (hormones, antibiotics, etc.), which can have an extremely unfavorable effect on the development of children and adolescents.

Cow’s milk components are also contained in ready-made baby milk formula. However, this formula is adapted to the special needs of children and is therefore not comparable to pure cow’s milk. However, new studies show that many infant milk formulas contain mineral oil residues that migrate from the packaging into the food.

Plant-based milk alternatives are not suitable for infants

For older children and adults, there are various types of plant-based milk that can be used as an alternative to cow’s milk. We especially recommend various cereal milk such as rice milk, oat milk, almond milk, or soy milk in organic quality.

However, the plant-based alternatives are not suitable as baby food or breast milk substitutes. They are far too poor in nutrients to be fed alone which would lead to enormous deficiency symptoms. Plant-based milk alternatives are rather small snacks or alternatives to sweets or can be added to muesli and used for cooking (for sauces, puddings, etc.).

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Written by Bella Adams

I'm a professionally-trained, executive chef with over ten years in Restaurant Culinary and hospitality management. Experienced in specialized diets, including Vegetarian, Vegan, Raw foods, whole food, plant-based, allergy-friendly, farm-to-table, and more. Outside of the kitchen, I write about lifestyle factors that impact well-being.

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