Soya Milk (Soy Milk) Could Be Alternative Children Cow Milk Allergy

Susu formula soya telah diformulasi sedemikian rupa sehingga tak merangsang perubahan hormon pada tubuh anak. updetails.com
Soya milk formula has been formulated in a way that does not stimulate the body's hormonal changes in children.
BreastMilk is the main intake for babies up to the age of six months. However, in certain cases, there are some mothers who can not breast feed for her baby.

Until the choice fell on cow's milk formula. But it turns around 2-7.5 per cent of children worldwide have an allergy to cow's milk protein. When children need adequate nutrition to the digestive system's ability to grow and develop.

Children's Allergy Immunology Consultants delivered, Prof. DR. dr. Budi Setiawan, Sp.A (K), Kes., From Hasan Sadikin Hospital in Bandung, there are two substances that cause children allergic to cow the casein and whey.

But that does not mean children diagnosed with cow's milk protein allergy can not drink milk. He said that was formulated soya milk could be a treatment for children who have a condition that is also called lactosa intolerance.

"Babies who are not breastfed for medical indications, as recommended by the Indonesian Pediatric Association can be given formula extensive hydrolysis, milk amino acid formula, or formula soya, as an alternative," said Prof Budi at a media briefing 'Lady Response Allergies with 3K' in Jakarta, Wednesday (04/05/2017).

He added that parents need not worry with the assumption that soy can trigger sexual disorientation of children, especially if given to a baby boy. According soy formula has been formulated in a way that does not stimulate the body's hormonal changes in children.

"Soya can make the right considered so lebay children, especially the boys. But it's been proven not really, because soy formula milk is not pure. It has been supplemented so that parents need not fear a growth disorders," he added.

But he emphasized that the provision of soya milk instead of as prevention of allergies, but as a treatment. He also urged parents to recognize the risk of allergies in children so it can be handled and growth remains optimal.

"Symptoms can be mild such as redness, itching, eczema on the skin, or severe symptoms such as wheezing respiratory, colic, bloody diarrhea or constipation. The most dangerous symptoms are stunting and anaphylaxis or narrowing of the airways," he added.
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