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Should children really drink cow's milk?

Kredittgjeld? This will save you thousands more and more parents choose consciously away kumelka for the benefit of plantemelk, for various reasons. Fortuna

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Should children really drink cow's milk?
Kredittgjeld? This will save you thousands

more and more parents choose consciously away kumelka for the benefit of plantemelk, for various reasons.

Fortunately, it is for the longest time recognized, among other things, of the Norwegian, the Swedish and the nordic health authorities, that melkefritt diet is safe health. The same applies to the vegan diet, which is free of all foods from the animal kingdom.

It is a good idea to limit the amount of cow's milk in child's diet. More than 5 to 6 dl of milk daily, including yogurt, is neither appropriate or good for your health in the long term.

Unfortunately, there are still doctors and [url = kindergarten staff that scares parents with næringsmangler, or even worse, like with the dairy industry, framsnakker kumelka almost like health food.

Ernæringstest: The healthiest alternatives to milk

It is recognized by among others the ministry of Health and the Nordic council of ministers that the kids keep healthy, grow and develop normally without cow's milk.

A recent review of 121 studies on milk and health from researchers at Harvard confirms this. On Health web sites are good guidance about how to put together a healthy diet without milk or other foods from the animal kingdom.

at the same time is havremelk a good alternative to cow's milk because more of the havremelk variants contain at least as much of the nutrients iodine and calcium as the kumelka.

cow's Milk is not the only one, and hardly the best source of nutrients. Harvard School of Public Health have also previously pointed out that cow's milk should be limited, because large amounts of dairy products in the diet can in the long term provide certain helseulemper.

We agree with Harvard, and would advise caution when it comes to the amount of milk also in the diet of Norwegian children. Dairy products are the main source of saturated fat in the diet – fat-type to 80 per cent of all the norwegians, including children, receive harmful a lot of.

Melkekonsumet has fallen every year for decades and there is nothing that suggests that this will change. There are several reasons for this. Many consumers opt out of cow's milk (animal)ethical reasons. Many people choose plantemelk because this is a more sustainable and environmentally friendly product. Many want a more varied and healthier diet and replace cow's milk with healthy vegetables and fruit.

thus, It is safe and healthy to cut out cow's milk. Nutritional oats and soy milk are approximately the same kumelka. Plantemelk is today easily available, and three of the ten are replacing regular milk with vegan options, according to Forbruksforskningsinstituttet SIFO.

health care Professionals should, therefore, insert themselves in what the new generation to eat, so that the advice can be adapted accordingly. Quality information is today easily accessible for all, and there is no reason to cling to old knowledge.

Young people who drink a lot of milk, have a greater likelihood of having pimples. Plus, You can submit your article and opinion piece in Dagbladet here

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