Elimination diet in children pros and cons.
Got milk? More like "Got gastrointestinal problems?"
One of my favorite things Dr. G has said that has stuck with me is "milk is for calves".
Elimination diets, with particular focus on removing dairy from your child's diet can be a front-line treatment for pediatric asthma, eczema, constipation, esophagitis, and chronic congestion.
Eliminating dairy is also especially beneficial in children who are at risk for iron deficiency such as premature and low-birth weight infants, children exposed to high levels of lead through ingestion via food and water, and children with a high dairy diet. Calcium can inhibit iron absorption, regardless of whether or not it is ingested through dairy or supplements.
Undiagnosed cow's milk allergy may result in atopic symptoms such as rhinitis, eczema, and gastrointestinal symptoms. It can also induce enterocolitis which presents a strong potential for dehydration as a result of frequent vomiting episodes during the first months of life.
Our milk industry is not well-regulated to find illegal chemicals. Cows are treated with several medicines to fight illness that is fostered by the conditions they are forced to live in and these medications fatten up cattle in less time with less feed.
If you've got milk you are damaging your gastrointestinal tract, supporting barbaric animal conditions and planting the seeds for an antibiotic-resistant apocalypse.
These same medications go into you every time you drink a glass of milk. Some of these chemicals are hazardous to your health and from cow to you perpetuate the rise of antibiotic-resistant organisms. This is bad for everyone.
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