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Believe in Breast Milk and Breastfeeding.
Powerful beliefs- At the age of one, cows' milk / formula should be given to the baby because breast milk is weak at this time.
- NO! The quality of breast milk does not deteriorate, so the child should be old. The substances contained in it are perfectly absorbed, and the ratio of minerals (most importantly iron and calcium), vitamins, white, fats is always ideal for the child. Antibodies in the breast milk supplement the immune system, which is very important up to the age of two. If the toddler is breastfeeding too much, there is no need for cow's milk or formula.- The formula chosen is better than cow's milk because it is not allergic.
- NO! The weaning formula or baby milk contains foreign proteins just like cows' milk, so we need to treat the two substances in the same way for allergy. The weaned formula differs from cow milk in that its ingredients are somewhat closer to breast milk. However, the ingredients are just like cattle, not human.
- You can't grow up without eating dairy products.
- DE! Many children grow up without dairy products because it is difficult to continue such a diet. More and more families are suffering from milk whites allergy. Preventing this is through exclusive breastfeeding, meaning that the baby does not receive a single drop of nutritional formula in the first (possibly one) year of their life. The risk of developing an allergy can be further reduced if the lactating mother refrains from consuming cow's milk. Parents may choose to eat a milk-free diet even with healthy children, but in this case, care should be taken to cover the amount of calcium and phosphorus needed from other sources.
- Cow's milk shouldn't be a problem right after one year.
- CAUSE! When introducing cow's milk, even a baby over the age of one should be monitored for any unpleasant reactions in the body. Allergies can also manifest as skin rash, diarrhea, or obsessive-compulsive disorder. It is also possible that the child is not sensitive to milk whites, but has a deficiency in the breakdown of the lactose (milk sugar) contained in it. Transient lactic acidity develops when the lactose-degrading enzyme produced in the small gallbladder is temporarily unavailable or less effective.
Symptoms: common abdominal pain, especially after eating, bloated stomach, diarrhea. Breastfeeding babies can continue to breastfeed, as breast milk helps heal, cow's milk, but formula should be temporarily discontinued from the diet. If the complaints are severe, the appropriate enzyme (galantase) can be injected in drug form.