Bacho ke doodh par pabandi
Bacho ke doodh par pabandi – When we talk about one of the most important sources of nutrition for a child, milk is always the first option. Milk is the most important food for an infant and for the rest of his childhood years. However, what’s most important is that children under the age of 12 months should have either breast milk, which is recommended by doctors, or formula milk as main drinks. Although many parents prefer feeding their child formula milk, many parents question why they can’t regular cow’s milk. It’s simple, young infants or newborns from birth till at least 1 year cannot digest cow’s milk. While formula milk has easy digestible nutrients, cow’s milk does not.
Additionally, cow’s milk does not have the necessary amounts of iron, vitamin C, and other nutrients that a child needs. Giving your child cow’s milk can cause him to develop iron-deficiency anemia since the protein in cow’s milk can irritate the lining of the stomach which leads to blood leaking into the stools. Below are more reasons why:
The Foods Authority banned children's milk:
The sale of dairy products of an international company's milk "Lectalis" has been banned completely after the discovery of the semolina virus.
According to the DG Food Authority food authority inspector Nur-ul-Amin Mengal, semolina virus has been revealed in children's leading milk brand "lectalis". After the discovery the milk has been banned throughout the province, whereas the many markets in the world continue to sell their milk.
DG Food Authority says that this product has been banned in all cities across the province including Lahore, Rawalpindi, Jhelum, Sialkot and Sargodha. The stock is being removed from stores after the ban. Sales chart on Lectalis state that sale in Punjab is banned and measures are done to prevent children from having it till the survey report is completed and the ban will be processed in light of the investigation report.
According to Nur-ul-Amin Mengal, semolina virus causes many serious illnesses such as severe diarrhea, vomiting, and gastrointestinal diseases. Due to the use of lectalis milk, many children have been suffering from infections in France, after which the Lectalis-making company has begun to take back the stock from several affected countries. They have requested parents to avoid using lectalis milk until a proper investigation report arrives.
On the other hand, French officials say that 26 lion infants have infected with semolina virus from drinking lectalis milk since December. After this discovery, the company has been taking back the stock of the milk from several countries such as Britain, China, Bangladesh, Sweden, and Pakistan.