Cow's milk is good for children, but if you see such allergies, be careful!

Cow's milk is good for children, but if you see such allergies, be careful!

Now is the time of summer and rainy season. According to Ayurveda, the physical strength and morale of people are very weak during this season. Even if there is a small change in the normal lifestyle, it cannot be balanced by the weak strength of the body and the body becomes disturbed and the disease appears. In this state of weak strength, children are more susceptible to disease. Therefore, due to many reasons, adults and children also get sick more than at other times during this season.

In hot weather, even if the balance of food and water or eating style is not right, children may have problems such as thin stools, blood in stools, and even vomiting. Along with that, many children also get diarrhea.

For children up to 6 months, mother's milk is the source of all nutrients and energy, but if the mother's body does not produce enough milk for such children, is it beneficial or harmful to give cow's milk to the child? Children above 6 months are given food as well as mother's milk. At that time, if the mother's body does not produce enough milk for the baby, is it appropriate to give cow's milk to the baby? Similarly, is it right or wrong to give cow's milk to the children of the Annakhana class?

The opinion of Dr. Rajkumar Vick, a pediatrician at Kanti Children's Hospital, titled Cow's milk intake for children: illusions and reality, was published online. I felt that instead of erasing the confusion in the public mind, the partial and vague information and references expressed in that article have increased it. In the article, the topic of the article has become controversial as the subject is depicted in contrast to the practice of modern medical science rather than traditional practice. Dr. Since the opinion expressed in Vic's article is not wrong, but it is unclear, I have planned this article to reduce the confusion in the public mind based on more context, facts and logic.

For thousands of years, we have tradition, culture and tradition of giving cow's milk to children, which cannot be established wrongly by superficial facts and logic. Standing on the foundation of direct results of thousands of years of practice, what can be said is that cow's milk is nectar for babies. Undoubtedly, cow's milk is absolutely beneficial for the baby.

Along with that, another fact that is equally important to understand is that cow's milk may not be beneficial for some children. There is no single absolute food that is suitable for everyone in the world and it is not possible. Therefore, it is not right to think that any item or method is suitable for everyone. Even for the same disease, different medicines have to be given to different people. Generalizing things or methods that are appropriate or inappropriate for some specific groups as appropriate or inappropriate for everyone is just spreading the word. Biologically every person is separate and special.

Cow milk protein allergy (CMPA) is discussed in modern medical science. This has been confirmed by several studies conducted on allergies. According to modern medical science, many children are allergic to proteins in cow's milk. According to the Diagnosis and Rationale for Action Against Cow's Milk Allergy (DRACMA), the European Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN), the American Academy of Pediatrics AAP and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) guidelines in children, about 2 to This problem is seen in 5 percent.According to this study, consumption of cow's milk is considered to be the main cause of food allergy in children under 5 years of age.

Our grandparents believed that cow's milk is good for the baby and feeding milk is not wrong at all. It is not correct to consider the empirical knowledge of the grandfather as superstitious and unscientific. 70-80 years of experience is more reliable than hundreds of research data.

If a child develops serious problems after being fed cow's milk, he may have cow's milk protein allergy (CMPA). If you are allergic to cow's milk, the following symptoms may appear, which should be carefully considered. Such as vomiting and diarrhoea, blood in the stool, reluctance to eat, regurgitating food, regurgitation after eating, rash on the skin, persistent cold, asthma, itching of the body, ringing in the lips, crying when calling, stomach ache, anemia, iron Deficiency, constipation, not gaining weight according to age, sometimes difficulty in breathing, numbness of hands and feet, etc. In this case, it is wise to understand that cow's milk is not suitable for the child. There are options to use cow's milk in different ways for children with such special nature.

According to Dr. Rajkumar Bik, the problem of cow milk protein allergy (CMPA) is reduced in about 50 percent of children by the age of 1 year, in about 75 percent by the age of 3 years and in 90 percent of children by the age of 6 years. It has two effects. One is immediate which can be seen within minutes to hours while the other is more gradual after a few days.

When using cow's milk, the cow must be healthy. The diet given to cows also affects the quality of cow's milk. The quality of cow's milk varies depending on the breed of cow. Jersey cow and local cow are two famous breeds. A two type protein is found in local cow's milk, which is also found in mother's milk, but Jersey cow's milk contains A one type protein, which is difficult for the human body to digest.

Cow's milk is not harmful for children, it is beneficial. It is absolutely right to make the child consume cow's milk, but according to research, more than 5 out of 100 people may be allergic to cow's milk due to the protein in it. They may have severe symptoms. Keeping these considerations in mind, children should be given cow's milk.

Cow's milk fed to children should be of good quality and free from germs and viruses. Although the processed milk available in the market is an easy alternative to cow's milk, it cannot be compared to cow's milk. So, let's not get confused, cow's milk is not harmful for the baby, but let's also consider that there are some exceptions.

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