Milk Allergy Substitute

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https://goo.gl/L8U6Eu With the advent of milk allergy Substitutes, lactose intolerance, irritable bowel syndrome increasing day-by-day, milk substitutes are becoming the food of choice. Before discussing milk substitutes, let us briefly understand the medical conditions where a milk substitute serves a great purpose for nutrient supplementation.

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Milk Allergy Substitute With the advent of milk allergy Substitutes lactose intolerance irritable bowel syndrome increasing day- by-day milk substitutes are becoming the food of choice. Before discussing milk substitutes let us briefly understand the medical conditions where a milk substitute serves a great purpose for nutrient supplementation. While milk allergy is related to reaction of the body to the milk protein most likely casein lactose intolerance is the intolerance of the body to milk sugar lactose. In the case of lactose intolerance the problem is countered by simply adding the sugar-digesting enzyme or eating fermented dairy products like ice-creams butter and soft cheese. Qualified Expert Advice: - www.nutrition4kids.com

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The simplest signs of milk allergy get induced even when a person takes a small amount of milk protein in any form. The symptoms include vomiting abdominal discomfort or pain diarrhea rashes and runny nose. The easiest alternative to cow’s milk is goat’s milk. It can serve as a good choice but it is highly folate deficient. Moreover it is unpasteurized and thus poses a serious risk to health. The other alternatives to milk or milk substitutes include: Qualified Expert Advice: - www.nutrition4kids.com

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Soy Milk: This is one of the most popular non-dairy product available in the market. It contains the same amount of protein as milk. However it contains twice the amount of sugar and fats. Due to the fat content enriched soy milk can be a rich source of Vitamin D. Almond Milk: Almond milk is produced by grinding almonds and water followed by straining the water from the pulp. The method is very simple and can be easily performed at home. The advantage of almond milk lies in the fact that it does not contain a lot of fats or calories. Thus it is also a calorie-free nutrient rich substitute. Qualified Expert Advice: - www.nutrition4kids.com

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To know more about milk allergy lactose intolerance and conditions requiring the use of a milk substitute please visit: - http://www.nutrition4kids.com Phone: 949 300-2496 Email: adminnutrition4kids.com Address: Nutrition4Kids LLC 861 Barn Owl Road Marietta GA 30068

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