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In the News (Wed 17 Apr 19)

  Baby Milk Action
Baby Milk Action works within a global network to strengthen independent, transparent and effective controls on the marketing of the baby feeding industry.
Mediawatch 4 November 2007: Health Minister to ban baby milk ads (Sunday Express).
Media Watch 30 May 2007: Formula milk is even more deadly in disaster zones - Guardian article by Marie McGrath, co-director of the Emergency Nutrition Network.
www.babymilkaction.org   (1414 words)

  Milk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The term milk is also used for the processed meat and juice of the coconut, non-animal substitutes such as soy milk, rice milk, and almond milk, and even the regurgitated substance pigeons feed their young, called crop milk, which bears little resemblance to mammalian milk.
Milk that has not received a fat content reduction is rich in saturated fat and cholesterol, which numerous sources have suggested as contributing to an increased risk of atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease.
Milk preserved by the UHT process is sold in boxes often called a "brick" that lack the peak of the traditional milk carton.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Milk   (4083 words)

 Breast milk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Breast milk usually refers to the milk produced by a human female which is usually fed to infants by breastfeeding.
Foremilk, the milk released at the beginning of a feed, is watery, low in fat and high in carbohydrates relative to the creamier hindmilk which is released as the feed progresses.
Goat's milk does not contain agglutinin, which means that the fat globules in goat's milk do not cluster together like they do in cow's milk, which makes goat's milk easier for an infant to digest.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Breast_milk   (600 words)

 MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: Breast milk
Milk is produced in small sac-like glands in the breast.
Frozen milk can be kept in a freezer compartment inside the refrigerator for 2 weeks; in a separate door refrigerator/freezer up to 3 or 4 months; and in a deep freezer at constant 0 degrees for 6 months.
Refrigerated milk and frozen milk should be warmed under a stream of warm tap water.
www.nlm.nih.gov /medlineplus/ency/article/002451.htm   (1033 words)

 LabSpec - Milk Allergens
Milk lactose is often included in processed meats for flavor and milk protein as sodium caseinate is added as an emulsifier.
Milk is often described as a cause of rhinoconjunctivitis in young children and a role for food allergy in serous otitis media has also been proposed (6).
Goats milk often appears as a substitute for cow's milk, particularly in diets administered by parents to children with atopic dermatitis (41).
www.labspec.co.za /l_milk.htm   (1894 words)

 Milk Allergy in Infants
Most children who are allergic to cow's milk also react to goat's milk and sheep's milk, and some of them are also allergic to the protein in soy milk.
Typically, a milk allergy goes away on its own by the time a child is 3 to 5 years old, but some children never outgrow it.
A milk allergy is not the same thing as lactose intolerance, the inability to digest the sugar lactose, which is rare in infants and more common among older kids and adults.
kidshealth.org /parent/medical/allergies/milk_allergy.html   (1055 words)

 Don't drink your milk
Their milk is then pasteurized so that all valuable enzymes are destroyed (lactase for the assimilation of lactose; galactase for the assimilation of galactose; phosphatase for the assimilation of calcium).
Unlike the cholesterol in fresh milk, which plays a variety of health promoting roles, the cholesterol in non-fat dried milk is oxidized and it is this rancid cholesterol that promotes heart disease.
Most people obtain their vitamin D from milk in the winter; so if you stop it, please make sure you are taking calcium with vitamin D or a multi vitamin with vitamin D to prevent bone thinning.
www.mercola.com /article/milk/no_milk.htm   (1638 words)

 Dr. Kradjian addresses cow's milk
Cow's milk became "normal." You may be surprised to learn that most of the human beings that live on planet Earth today do not drink or use cow's milk.
There are dozens of studies describing the prompt appearance of cows' milk allergy in children being exclusively breast-fed! The cows' milk allergens simply appear in the mother's milk and are transmitted to the infant.
Here is a quotation from this study: We infer that either the pattern of cows' milk consumption is altered in children who will have insulin dependent diabetes mellitus or, their immunological reactivity to proteins in cows' milk is enhanced, or the permeability of their intestines to cows' milk protein is higher than normal.
www.notmilk.com /kradjian.html   (7805 words)

 chemistry and physics
Milk fatty acids originate either from microbial activity in the rumen, and transported to the secretory cells via the blood and lymph, or from synthesis in the secretory cells.
Homogenization of milk prevents this creaming by decreasing the diameter and size distribution of the fat globules, causing the speed of rise to be similar for the majority of globules.
Milk and skim milk, excepting cooled raw milk, exhibit Newtonian behavior, in which the viscosity is independent of the rate of shear.
www.foodsci.uoguelph.ca /dairyedu/chem.html   (5002 words)

 Brazil: Coconut Milk
A thick, rich milk is produced from the first squeezing of the gratings; a thinner milk is derived from a second round of squeezing.
A less efficient method of making thick coconut milk is to put the grated coconut in a sieve, wet it with warm water, and press out the milk with a spoon.
Thin milk is made by soaking the same wrapped gratings in 2 to 3 cups of warm water and repeating the squeezing procedure.
www.globalgourmet.com /destinations/brazil/cocomilk.html   (393 words)

 Cow's Milk Protein Allergy
Occasionally, though, breastfed children develop cow's milk allergy when they react to the slight amount of cow's milk protein that's passed along from their mother's diet into her breastmilk.
It's extremely important to know for certain if your child has a cow's milk protein allergy because if he does, you'll have to be very careful about making sure that all milk and milk products are removed from his diet.
When your baby starts eating solid foods, you'll have to be very careful not to give her cow's milk or any food containing milk or milk products for as long as she remains allergic to milk.
www.drpaul.com /illnesses/milkallergy.html   (1314 words)

 Kitchen Dictionary: Milk
Low-fat milk is available in two types, 2% (98% of the fat has been removed) and 1% (99% fat free).
Most milk sold in the United States is pasteurized, which means the micro-organisms that cause disease (such as salmonella and hepatitis) and spoilage have been destroyed by heating, then quick-cooling the milk.
Most commercial milk products have also been homogenized, meaning the milk fat globules have been broken down until they are evenly and imperceptibly distributed thoughout the milk and the liquid is uniformly smooth.
www.recipezaar.com /library/getentry.zsp?id=360   (427 words)

 Raw Milk Vs. Pasteurized Milk
Recent figures published regarding the spread of tuberculosis by milk show, among other facts, that over a period of five years, during which time 70 children belonging to a special organization received a pint of raw milk daily.
Besides destroying part of the vitamin C contained in raw milk and encouraging growth of harmful bacteria, pasteurization turns the sugar of milk, known as lactose, into beta-lactose — which is far more soluble and therefore more rapidly absorbed in the system, with the result that the child soon becomes hungry again.
Instead of compelling dealers to set up expensive machinery for turning raw milk into something that is definitely not what it sets out to be — a nutritious, health giving food —; let them pass legislation making the dairy-farmers produce clean, raw milk — that is milk pure to drink with all its constituents unaltered.
www.realmilk.com /rawvpasteur.html   (675 words)

Milk can be thought of as "liquid meat" because of its high protein content which, in concert with other proteins, may actually LEACH calcium from the body.
Exposure to cow's milk protein early in life, when the intestinal tract is immature, sometimes results in the milk protein entering the blood stream where antibodies to this foreign substance, cow's milk, are made by the immune system.
Milk proteins are listed in packaged food products with a variety of names, such as milk solids, skim milk powder, casein, caseinates, whey, and albumin.
www.obscurious.co.uk /html/html.pages/Milk.htm   (7076 words)

 Milk Alternatives- Homemade & Store Bought
Store bought oat, rice, soy, almond, potato and coconut milk is expensive due to shipping costs, a thin market, and the tetra-pack they come in.
Rice milk is also expensive due to the import quotas placed on rice to subsidized a miniscule number of US rice farmers at a massive cost to consumers.
In any case, making your own milk at home will be less expensive than storebought milk of any sort, from cows or grains.
members.tripod.com /~iskra/nomilk/altmilk.htm   (312 words)

 MyPyramid.gov - Inside The Pyramid - What foods are included in the milk, yogurt, and cheese (milk) group?
Foods made from milk that retain their calcium content are part of the group, while foods made from milk that have little to no calcium, such as cream cheese, cream, and butter, are not.
If you choose milk or yogurt that is not fat-free, or cheese that is not low-fat, the fat in the product counts as part of the discretionary calorie allowance.
If sweetened milk products are chosen (flavored milk, yogurt, drinkable yogurt, desserts), the added sugars also count as part of the discretionary calorie allowance.
www.mypyramid.gov /pyramid/milk.html   (349 words)

 Milk is Milk
The organic milk, like all national organic brands, was ultra-pasteurized for extended shelf life.
What undermines the organic label is USDA's continued head-in-the-sand approach to enforcing their own guidelines that milk labels not be misleading, despite a litany of complaints and pleas for direction from local regulatory agencies.
Milk is milk, and it is no better or worse as a result of the label on the front of the carton.
www.milkismilk.com /blog.htm   (5445 words)

 Milk and the Cancer Connection
Concerns about the safety of milk from BST-treated cows were raised as early as 1988 by scientists in both England and the United States(14,15,17-22).
One of the main concerns is the high levels of IGF-1 found in milk from treated cows; estimates vary from twice as high to 10 times higher than in normal cow's milk(13,14,23).
Whether IGF-1 in milk is digested and broken down into its constituent amino acids or whether it enters the intestine intact is a crucial factor.
vvv.com /healthnews/milk.html   (1700 words)

 misc.kids Allergy and Asthma Recipes
This can be used to replace milk in recipes that taste odd when made with commercial soy or rice milks.
This is somewhere between whole milk and half-and-half in richness.
Put tofu, milk, and honey in blender and blend until smooth — this may take be a minute or so.
www.cs.unc.edu /~kupstas/FAQ_recipes.html   (6101 words)

 NICHD - Publications Materials and Publications
This booklet, part of the NICHD Milk Matters campaign, explains that young people ages 11 to 18 need calcium and physical activity to build strong bones that last a lifetime.
This poster, part of the Milk Matters campaign explains why calcium is important to young people ages 11 to 18 for building strong bones that last a lifetime.
This 6-page fact sheet, part of the Milk Matters calcium education campaign, explains to health care providers the importance of making sure young people ages 11 to 18 get enough calcium to build strong bones and teeth that will last a lifetime.
www.nichd.nih.gov /publications/pubskey.cfm?from=milk   (489 words)

 Newbound’s The Collector’s Encyclopedia of Milk Glass Updates
Others with bird and flower decorations or simply with the word "MILK" in large script are imports from Italy, made as part of a kitchen set, including a canister marked "Coffee" for example.
Just know that the only know examples made in milk glass differ from the original and were made by St. Clair Glass in the 1960s.
The French originals are found in white and blue milk glass; the ones in white are rarely marked; the blue ones, however, are almost always marked with the name "PORTIEUX" embossed on the underside, together with the registry or patent designation ("DEPOSE").
www.nmgcs.org /rb_updates/section5.htm   (4364 words)

 New Page 3
Use a rubber glove with milk in it and poke a small whole in the end of each finger.
As a class make a graph predicting how much milk each of you think a cow will produce in a day.
As a class, we will look at how milk is separated into a solid and liquid during pasteurization.
www.manteno.k12.il.us /mcordes/dairycow.htm   (510 words)

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