Although not all of these books contain the controversy, but instead it is an exaggeration controversial and not completely understood. Hiromi Shinya opinion is very controversial and misleading, because it is not based on scientific facts and research, but just based on opinion on personal experience. A doctor or an expert opinion often causes controversy health information when it is not based on scientific research.
Dangerous myths and Cow’s Milk Not Fit for Consumption
1. There was no other food is more difficult to digest than cow’s milk.
In fact, just like other foods, healthy individuals in a state of cow’s milk are easily digested. In patients with allergic or hypersensitive gastrointestinal tract, the content of gluten, casein, whey, or 40 other proteins that exist in pure cow’s milk or formula can indeed interfere with and affect the function of the gastrointestinal tract. When gastrointestinal function is compromised, then the absorption is impaired.
2. Case in which forms approximately 80% of protein contained in milk, directly into the clot into the stomach so that it becomes very difficult to digest.
Cow’s milk protein casein and whey are divided into. Casein in the form of condensed milk usually comes in the form consists of 76-86% of cow’s milk protein. Casein may be precipitated by acid at pH 4.6. Casein is the most ental part of cow’s milk, but not mean it cannot or difficult to digest. Once again, its absorption is impaired in patients with hypersensitivity and allergic gastrointestinal tract
3. Components of milk sold in stores have been homogenized and generate free radicals.
To date, no study has demonstrated such a thing. But it is true in patients with cow’s milk allergy can occur at the expense of various substances mediator in the human body that can interfere body, one that produces a rich effect of free radicals. However, in healthy people it will not happen.
4. Pasteurized milk does not contain valuable enzymes, oxidized fat and protein quality changes due to temperature eminence.
In the processing of milk, the addition of certain nutrients has many purposes, such as replacing the nutrients lost during processing. Fortification in milk mostly to the milk powder, because during the processing of milk into powdered milk nutrients are lost by the heat. One nutrient that is often added to milk powder is AA and DHA.
5. Milk contains many substances that disrupt the environment of oxidized fats in the intestine, increasing the number of bad bacteria, and destroy the balance of bacterial flora in the gut.
Interference with the environment in the gut, increasing the number of bad bacteria, and destroy the balance of bacteria in the gut flora can occur in people with no special healthy individuals who have decreased immune system such as people with AIDS, malnutrition (malnutrition), tuberculosis, metabolic disorders and other chronic disorders. It can also occur in people with autism, food allergies or other food intolerance sufferers.
6. If a pregnant woman to drink cow’s milk, their children tend to be more easily affected by atopic dermatitis (severe skin inflammatory disease).
Until now, there is no sufficient scientific evidence that the maternal dietary restrictions during pregnancy play an important role in preventing atopic disease in infants such as asthma, allergic rhinitis (hay fever), food allergies or dermatitis (eczema). However, Epsghan and Committees on Nutrition AAP still recommends only the elimination diet of beans for the prevention of allergies since the pregnancy was not avoiding cow’s milk.
7. Drinking too much milk causes osteoporosis.
On the contrary, other research conducted Golding a et al showed children who avoid milk and do not use a substitute for proper diet rich in calcium and has a low calcium intake of food and the values of bone mineral density (bone mineral density) is low. Moreover, if this occurs an interruption of nausea and vomiting that will result in the child difficult to eat.
8. People who drink cow’s milk digested broken line
While the gut of people eating and drinking well, he described a very nice, flat spots, redness, and fresh. Again, it is common in patients with gastrointestinal allergy and hypersensitivity.
Milk contains many vitamins and protein. However, it will not occur in healthy individuals. If the patient has an allergy to cow’s milk, goat’s milk cannot be replaced. If the patient is allergic to cow’s milk with goat’s milk is not disturbed, then the truth of the previous diagnosis of cow’s milk allergy questionable validity. Approximately 1-7% of infants are generally allergic to proteins found in cow’s milk. When informed that different, perhaps more credible is the source of competent.