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Dragi prietene, noi mamici...consider acest subiect foarte important.

Dupa cum multe dintre voi stiti,mamica mea a pierdut batalia impotriva cancerului ..la fel si ambele bunici ...si din aceasta cauza, cancerul facand parte din istoria medicala a familiei ,deseori m-am intrebat oare cum voi putea previne aceasta cruda boala....

Din pagina in pagina am descoperit anumite studii, ipoteze care implica si LAPTELE DE VACA.....

Voi ce credetzi.... Este oare posibil?
Si mai important decat orice : Este OK sa dam noilor nascuti LAPTE DE VACA?????


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" PEDIATRICIAN DR.PAUL ANSWERS:The answer to your question today, differs from what I would have replied over 10 years ago. Currently, The Canadian Pediatric Society recommends breast milk or iron-fortified formula for the first 9-12 months.(The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that babies not be given whole cow's milk for the first 12 months of life). There are many reasons for this, but the most important is related to the iron needs of a child. Iron is an essential part of red blood cells. When the body does not have enough iron to make red blood cells "anemia" (or decreased level of red blood cells) will develop. Normally, babies are born with enough iron in their body for the first few months of life. However by 3-4 months, extra iron is needed. This extra iron should come from the child's diet and this is why iron-fortified formula is recommended for infants who are not breast-fed.

For a variety of reasons, whole cow's milk is considered to be a very poor source of iron. In addition, the protein in cow's milk is not easy to digest by babies. By far, the best source of iron, and other nutrients for a baby is breast milk. For this reason breastfeeding should continue for as long as possible. However when breastfeeding is not an option, baby should be drinking iron-fortified formula which contains enough iron and all other essential vitamins and nutrients to support normal growth and development. In addition, infant formulas contain modified cow's milk protein that a baby can more easily digest.

Prior to the current recommendation, babies were switched to whole cow's milk at 6 months of age, or even earlier. The reason that the period on iron-fortified formula or breast milk has been extended is that studies have shown a surprising amount of iron deficiency anemia in children less than a year of age. We also now recognize that iron deficiency anemia in the first year has been linked to developmental delays, that unfortunately, in some cases are not reversed by adding iron to the diet later. Therefore prevention of iron deficiency anemia is our goal.

As you can see, whole cow's milk is not suitable for most of the first year of life. While the exact timing of the switch should be discussed with your doctor, whole cow's milk should only be introduced when baby is eating adequate amount of solid foods containing iron and vitamin C, preferably between 9 to 12 months of age. On a final note, remember, when the switch is made, it should be to be to whole cow's milk only, as skim or 2% milk are not recommended for children less than 2 years old.

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© Autograph Communications Inc., All rights reservedIntroducing Cow's Milk
Breast Milk Formula Cow's Milk Weaning

Parents of babies often wonder about the best time to introduce cow's milk into their child's diet. Expert recommendations vary from 9-12 months, with most leaning towards the one year mark, but virtually all child nutritionists agree that giving cow's milk to a child under nine months of age would be unwise. Babies of that age need more iron than what cow's milk offers, so breast milk or formula should be the baby's main beverage for the first year of life.

Food Sources
From about seven or eight months, it is safe for babies to consume cow's milk in yogurt, custard, or cheese. As long as your baby shows no signs of gastrointestinal distress after consuming milk products, you can continue to include them as part of the diet. These products are a good source of calcium, as well as vitamin D.

Reasons to Wait
Although it can be tempting to switch your baby to cow's milk early rather than continuing to breastfeed or purchase formula, there are a number of reasons to wait until the baby reaches one year.

* Early introduction of cow's milk has been shown to increase the chances that the baby will develop diabetes later in life, especially if there is already a family history of the disease.
* Cow's milk isn't a good source of iron, so until the baby is eating a variety of iron rich foods, the consumption of cow's milk puts the baby at risk for anemia.
* Allergies and eczema are more prevalent in children switched to cow's milk before their first birthday.
* Cow's milk isn't as nutrient rich as formula (and is certainly lacking compared to breast milk), so to ensure that your baby has the best nutritional start, wait until 12 months before you wean to cow's milk.

How to Make the Switch
The taste of cow's milk is going to be new for your baby, so it may take a little getting used to. Some parents choose to alternate cups or bottles of cow's milk and formula until the baby is willing to drink the cow's milk as easily as the formula. Others choose to mix the milk and the formula together to allow the baby to gradually adjust to the taste. This method seems to work well, especially when the first few mixtures are mostly formula and over the course of several days or weeks, the percentages switch until the baby is happily drinking exclusively cow's milk. Some babies go along with change better than others - if your baby seems resistant, take your time making the transition.

What to Buy
Babies need the extra fat contained in whole milk for proper brain, eye, and nervous system development until their second birthday. It is not advisable to serve low fat or skimmed milk to babies. Start with whole milk and plan to serve that for the next year or so. At that point you can check with your pediatrician for recommendations about switching to milk with a lower fat content.

The high cost of formula can be a bit burdensome on the family budget, but the nutritional differences between formula or breast milk and cow's milk are considerable. When your baby is ready, at about a year, the switch should be fairly easy. Until then, remember that the time on breast milk or formula is making a substantial contribution to your baby's health - both now and in the future.
Original Paper

Analysis of DNA Damage Using the Comet Assay in Infants Fed Cow's Milk
Ruscedilen Dündarözb, Hakan Ulucana, Halil Idotbrahim Aydinodotnb, Tayfun Güngörd, Volkan Baltacinodote, Metin Denlif, Yavuz Sanisogbreveluc

aDepartment of Medical Genetics, Medical School of Adnan Menderes University, Ayd&idot;n;
bDepartment of Pediatrics, and
cDepartment of Biostatistics, Gülhane Military Medical Academy and Medical School, Ankara;
dDepartment of Obstetric and Gynecology, Dr. Zekai Tahir Burak Maternity Hospital, Ankara;
eDepartment of Genetics, Medical School of Bascedilkent University, Ankara;
fDepartment of Obstetric and Gynecology, Mevki Military Hospital, Ankara, Turkey

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Biol Neonate 2003;84:135-141 (DOI: 10.1159/000071947)
It has been hypothesized that non-human milk feeding may increase the risk for cancer or for a specific cancer or group of cancers as well as the risk for diseases such as type-1 diabetes mellitus and Crohn's disease. Regarding DNA damage leading to cancer development in the absence of human milk protection, a comparison between infants fed human milk and cow's milk has been performed. Each group consisted of 35 infants, whose ages ranged from 9 to 12 months. The level of DNA damage in the peripheral blood lymphocytes of infants has been studied by the comet assay. A significant increase has been found in the number of limited DNA-damaged (p < 0.001) and extensive DNA-damaged (p < 0.001) cells of infants fed cow's milk. To our knowledge, this is the first study using the comet assay on infants not breast-fed. Supporting our previous SCE study, these results suggest that there is some level of DNA damage in the lymphocytes of infants not breast-fed and this may lead to malignancy in childhood or later in life.

Copyright © 2003 S. Karger AG, Basel

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The Dangers of Cow's Milk
by Linda Folden Palmer, D.C.
Today, many of the problems parents have with their babies are linked to new parenting and feeding techniques that have been implemented during the recent century. Colic, for instance, is far more common in the U.S. than in many other places around the world. Two chief causes for its rise are the stress suffered by babies being regularly separated from their mothers, and the common difficulties babies have tolerating the large cow's milk proteins in infant formulas and breastfeeding mothers' diets. Cow's milk is a foreign substance that has pervaded every corner of our diets—starting with artificial infant feeds, but finding its way into mother's breastmilk through the foods she eats as well. As it turns out, health problems such as childhood diabetes, obesity, bowel disease, osteoporosis, heart disease, cataracts, colic, ear infections, hyperactivity, and cancer, on the rise in both children and adults, are strongly linked to infant feeding choices.

While there are literally thousands of research studies, each revealing at least one of milk's hazards, the dairy industry goes to great lengths to stifle any damaging rumors. Blanket statements, such as, "There is simply no scientific research to back up these claims," are easily made. With a long and successful history of dairy promotion, these are readily accepted by the public. More people need to go to the real research and learn the truth for themselves. They should be very suspicious of these foreign foods being pushed on their children. They should question motives as well as possible outcomes. Although some of the dangers of cow's milk consumption relate more to adults than to children, parents' actions form the basis for lifelong dairy-consuming habits in their children.

The harmful components of cow's milk include all the major parts of it, as well as some more minor elements. Lactose is a sugar meant for babies, but it's generally harmful to adults. The proteins in cow's milk are different from human milk proteins and cause problems of digestion, intolerance, impaired absorption of other nutrients, and autoimmune reactions. Few of the proteins meant for baby cows are found naturally in human mother's milk, and none are found in any natural adult human food. Even the high protein content in cow's milk creates problems. Human babies need the saturated fats and cholesterol in mother's milk. Bovine milk fat is not appropriately composed for human babies and is only deleterious to the health of children and adults. Cow hormones are not meant for humans, and older children and adults are not meant to consume hormones. And, cows have been selectively bred over time to create high levels of these hormones—those being the cows that grow the fastest and produce the greatest amount of milk. Cows also concentrate pesticides and pollutants into their milk fat, from their high dietary food and water requirements. The high amount of drugs now given to cows adds to this chemical soup. But we need milk to build strong bones, don't we? Actually, heavy milk consumption leads to increased osteoporosis.

Deflating Dairy

The highly promoted idea that milk builds strong bones refers to the prevention of osteoporosis—this is the reason for strengthening bones. Decades of effort to demonstrate that high calcium diets chiefly derived from dairy products build strong bones have failed to prove any such correlation. In fact, the opposite seems to be true1. It appears that high calcium intake before puberty, and especially in young childhood, may have some slight positive effect on bones, but this diet is not the answer. A balanced intake of all the bone minerals, along with adequate vitamin A, C, and D, is what is truly needed. A balanced intake of minerals cannot occur when the diet emphasizes dairy. Dairy's high calcium causes relative deficiencies in magnesium and other bone-building minerals, and its high phosphorus and animal protein reduces calcium availability. Physical activity has the greatest benefit—the body efficiently uses what is available to build strong bones when it senses the need. Human milk and vegetable sources are superior to dairy for calcium and other nutrients in many ways. There are fewer nutritional or other health advantages to giving cow's milk to children than is generally believed, while there are certainly many risks.

Almost every day another health research finding is made about whole grains, soy, a serving of vegetables, two fruits per day, cashews, legumes, fish, or some other food, other than milk that is, and their connection to a reduced risk of heart disease, breast cancer, stroke, diabetes, or other disease. This is because cow's milk and its derivatives today make up one-third of the adult diet, and half to two-thirds of caloric intake in children, thus replacing so much other important, nutritious food needed in the diet. This leads to insufficient intake of important vitamins, several minerals, and healthy fiber and vegetable oils. Cancer-preventing antioxidants in foods are missing in this milk diet as well. While one form of antioxidant vitamin A is added to milk (but not all dairy products), it is likely counteracted by the pesticide and drug residues. The full complement of vitamin A and associated enzymes, found in vegetables and other foods, are required for cancer prevention. Many, many more kinds of antioxidants are found in vegetables, legumes, fruits, and grains.

No other animal in the animal kingdom drinks milk beyond childhood. No other animal suffers from osteoporosis, except the occasional pet raised on human meals.

If there remains a desire to provide milk to a child who has no diarrhea, rashes, or other intolerance reactions, organic (organic—not raw) non-fat milk would be the best choice. In raw (unpasteurized) milk there can be many potentially dangerous microorganisms, in addition to the leukemia virus. In organic milk there are fewer antibiotic residues, no added hormones, and cows are given better feeds. Non-fat means less chemical residue and no artery-damaging saturated fat. Children can obtain fat in the form of non-hydrogenated (especially monosaturated) vegetable oils, be it in potato chips or cashews. Goat's milk is considered by many to be superior in many ways, and today low-fat versions are available. Much less documented information is available about goat's milk, but it appears that the proteins are less problematic for digestion, although allergic intolerance to these can also occur. Lactose and hormones would remain an issue although, to date, goats apparently are not injected with extra growth hormone.

Although it was apparent from day one that formula was a health risk for infants, back when it was first promoted, cow's milk for older children appeared to be a nutritional manna. And with one or two glasses a day from a healthy, range-fed animal, it likely nearly was. Since this time, however, the quality of dairy has drastically reduced while its consumption has exploded... with a little advertising help. The evidence suggesting that the early faith in milk was misplaced has been building up for decades. The dairy industry has had to take increasingly extreme efforts to keep this information out of public awareness.

I have only touched on the tip of the existing evidence against the health claims of the milk industry promoters. Since our childhood, the dairy industry has worked hard to have dairy products enshrined in a food group of their own. Even though they were given their own space in the new Eating Right food pyramid, they found themselves placed in a small upper portion and have lobbied to have the pyramid withdrawn.2 Many nutrition experts such as Harvard's Dr. Walter Willett3 suggest they should not be a featured group in the pyramid at all. The dairy industry has also successfully convinced many vegetarians that milk from cows, especially cheese, is a vegetarian food. Since few substantiated health claims can be made anymore, the milk industry's most recent promotion has been to simply show their product on the upper lip of celebrities of all kinds, even those who are dairy-allergic (Bill Clinton), and even on those who are too young to be consuming whole milk (the Rugrats). Before this promo, it was simply "Got milk?" While an ever-growing preponderance of scientific information points to the dangers of cow's milk, favorable public and even mainstream medical opinion about dairy products has been very successfully maintained.

Knowing and avoiding the potentially harmful effects that high dairy consumption and milk-sensitivity reactions can have on your child is just as important and loving as nursing, close bonding, and informed health care decisions. What we feed our children matters; how we parent them matters. These measures will lead to the best health, comfort and happiness available to a child. Parents have the power to create and enjoy healthier, happier children with brighter futures.


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Stiu ca laptele de vaca are o valoare proteica de 10 ori mai mare decat laptele indicat beblusilor pana intr-un an.Un medic chiar zicea intr-un reportaj:! Laptele de vaca e pentru vitzel,poate prejudicia sanatatea copilului in timp..."! Eu,nu i-am dat lapte de vaca pana intr-un an.. oFloare1.gif

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QUOTE(meaw_ela @ Aug 28 2009, 08:15 PM) *
Drage prietena, noi mamici...consider acest subiect foarte important.

Dupa cum multe dintre voi stiti,mamica mea a pierdut batalia impotriva cancerului ..la fel si ambele bunici ...si din aceasta cauza, cancerul facand parte din istoria medicala a familiei ,deseori m-am intrebat oare cum voi putea previne aceasta cruda boala....

Din pagina in pagina am descoperit anumite studii, ipoteze care implica si LAPTELE DE VACA.....

Voi ce credetzi.... Este oare posibil?
Si mai important decat orice : Este OK sa dam noilor nascuti LAPTE DE VACA?????

...am si eu cateva carti naturiste...care spun ca este contraindicat laptele de vaca pt bebelusi...si bineintles in cantitati mari si adultilor....copilasii doar dupa 3 ani e bine sa bea lapte....
....laptele contine cazeina...care hraneste celulele canceroase...
...nu inteleg articticolul...(ma descurc putin cu engleza)...dar cred ca despre asta este scris.....
....cartile de care am vb contin foarte multe tratamente contra cancerlui.....adica mai mult pt prevenire....


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QUOTE(Mih@ela @ Aug 28 2009, 02:32 PM) *
Stiu ca laptele de vaca are o valoare proteica de 10 ori mai mare decat laptele indicat beblusilor pana intr-un an.Un medic chiar zicea intr-un reportaj:! Laptele de vaca e pentru vitzel,etc.."! Eu,nu i-am dat lapte de vaca pana intr-un an.. oFloare1.gif

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QUOTE(ninina @ Aug 28 2009, 02:33 PM) *
...am si eu cateva carti naturiste...care spun ca este contraindicat laptele de vaca pt bebelusi...si bineintles in cantitati mari si adultilor....copilasii doar dupa 3 ani e bine sa bea lapte....
....laptele contine cazeina...care hraneste celulele canceroase...
...nu inteleg articticolul...(ma descurc putin cu engleza)...dar cred ca despre asta este scris.....
....cartile de care am vb contin foarte multe tratamente contra cancerlui.....adica mai mult pt prevenire....

Da. despre asta este vorba. Cand ai timp poate imi lasi aici ....cum se numesc cartzile- autorii- te rog! trandafir.gif


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parerea mea sincera este NU oFloare.gif cel putin in primul an de viata
Alexandra a trecut dupa 2 ani la laptele normal
Sara acum 2 luni (1 an si 2 luni) cu ea am avut mai mult curaj


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QUOTE(meaw_ela @ Aug 28 2009, 08:36 PM) *
Da. despre asta este vorba. Cand ai timp poate imi lasi aici ....cum se numesc cartzile- autorii- te rog! trandafir.gif

....Indreptar profilactic si terapeutic de medicina naturista ....scrisa de dr Doru LAza.....si inca doua care au aparut acum....le-am luat direct de la sursa...nu se gasesc in librarii...SAnatate si vindecare.....sunt doua carti mari....si foarte ieftine le-am luat....foarte bune...tot felul de tratemente.....


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QUOTE(ninina @ Aug 28 2009, 02:40 PM) *
....Indreptar profilactic si terapeutic de medicina naturista ....scrisa de dr Doru LAza.....si inca doua care au aparut acum....le-am luat direct de la sursa...nu se gasesc in librarii...SAnatate si vindecare.....sunt doua carti mari....si foarte ieftine le-am luat....foarte bune...tot felul de tratemente.....

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