Omaha Chiropractor – Cow’s Milk & Childhood Obesity

Human breast milk has the lowest protein content among all mammal species and as a result it has been known that breastfed infants have a lower risk of obesity later in life. In comparison, cow’s milk, designed to put 2 pounds a day on a growing calf, has over twice the amount of protein. This excessive protein content in cow’s milk-based formulas may be setting children up for obesity later in life. Watch this video now to find out what other negative effects cow’s milk has.

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