Don’t use lactic acid drinks as milk for children!

When going out with a friend’s family, friends always bring a variety of food, and often give the children a few bottles of milky drinks. Pay attention to all kinds of milk drinks on the market, including pure milk, pure fresh milk, fresh milk, yogurt, flavored milk, and milk-containing beverages. In fact, according to the different ingredients, it can be divided into two types: pure milk and milk-containing beverages. In fact, many parents mistakenly use milk-containing beverages as milk for their children.

There is a big difference between milk beverages and milk in terms of ingredients. It can be seen from the ingredients of milk-containing beverages that in addition to fresh milk, the ingredients of milk-containing beverages generally include water, sweeteners, and fruit flavoring agents. The main ingredient of milk-containing beverages is water. According to national standards, the content of milk in milk-containing beverages should not be less than 30%, that is, the content of water should not be higher than 70%. Because milk-containing beverages are manufactured in two ways, fermented and non-fermented, their nutritional parameters are very different from those of pure milk.

Liquid milk also mainly refers to milk. It can be classified into sterilized milk, sterilized milk, and colorful milk, but milk beverages are not classified as liquid milk. The biggest difference between liquid milk and milk beverages is the difference in nutrients. If the milk beverage is drunk as milk, the nutritional difference in intake will be huge.

Suggestion: Dear, if you want your baby to develop the habit of drinking milk from an early age, you can’t just give your baby milk drinks to satisfy your child’s taste. I wish the baby grow up healthily!


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Sarah is a dermatologist, which makes her pretty trustworthy, she has been a dermatologist for over 10 years, and she’s been guest blogging abour Skin Health and Wellness since 2012. She covers a wide array of skincare topics, from acne to aging, skin cancer to psoriasis, and diet to dry skin. She also evaluates all kinds of skincare treatments, both lab-made and all-natural.