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alpro +1 growing up milk 4 for £4.00 @ Asda

£4.00 @ Asda
usually £1.40 ish £1.07 on offer in morrisons when on offer so £4 for 4 is decent Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
usually £1.40 ish £1.07 on offer in morrisons when on offer so £4 for 4 is decent
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
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sam_of_london
Soya milk is not recommended for small children. Negative. Better give cows milk than this cheap alternative.
Some children are allergic to dairy
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1234321
sam_of_london
Soya milk is not recommended for small children. Negative. Better give cows milk than this cheap alternative.
Some children are allergic to dairy


Can you please edit post to make it clear that this is only for children allergic to cows milk?
1 Like #3
sam of london
cows milk is for calves, not humans and certainly not human babies!!! this post absolutely should NOT be edited.
people are becoming resistant to antibiotics because of it feeding through to us via Milk from cows, as they are PERMANENTLY pumped full of it because of mastitis from veing intensively milked. that's not even touching on the blood and puss in cows milk.
any parenr should take the responsibility to check this information out for themselves. also, eating dairy promotes osteoporosis, its a well documented fact, cleverly hidden by the dairy industry and the government, because its too much of a lucrative industry - read it for yourself and get educated
https://saveourbones.com/osteoporosis-milk-myth/
#4
rachelblytheHUKD
sam of london
cows milk is for calves, not humans and certainly not human babies!!! this post absolutely should NOT be edited.
people are becoming resistant to antibiotics because of it feeding through to us via Milk from cows, as they are PERMANENTLY pumped full of it because of mastitis from veing intensively milked. that's not even touching on the blood and puss in cows milk.
any parenr should take the responsibility to check this information out for themselves. also, eating dairy promotes osteoporosis, its a well documented fact, cleverly hidden by the dairy industry and the government, because its too much of a lucrative industry - read it for yourself and get educated https://saveourbones.com/osteoporosis-milk-myth/
I certainly wasn't going to edit it I agree with everything that you've written and am in fact trying to be vegan. If only more people realised
1 Like #5
edit? this is for 12months plus, there is no need to edit cows milk is not good for us not everyone agrees with taking other species milk full of blood puss and antibiotics.
medical study 'large quantities of dairy milk daily were more likely to sustain fractures than those who drank little to no milk'
the consumption of milk and other dairy products leads to an increased risk of prostate cancer. Conversely, dairy-free diets have been followed to slow the progress of prostate cancer

cow’s milk contains a sugar called lactose that can be difficult for people to digest, resulting in symptoms such as nausea, cramps, gas, bloating, and diarrhea. It can also develop later in life and result in months of worsening symptoms.
In multiple studies, the consumption of all types of cow’s milk was linked to an increased prevalence and severity of acne in both boys and girls.
A single serving of milk can contain as much as 24 mg of cholesterol, whereas vegan food has no cholesterol.
A Swedish study showed that women who consumed four or more servings of dairy products each day were twice as likely to develop serous ovarian cancer as those who consumed two or fewer servings of dairy products each day.
Unlike lactose intolerance, milk allergies, usually in young children, are characterized by potentially strong and dangerous reactions, such as vomiting or anaphylaxis.
A single serving of whole milk can contain more than 20 percent of the recommended daily allowance (RDA) of saturated fat, but even 1 percent milk has 8 percent of the RDA. If you consume three servings of whole milk, you’re already at 60 percent for the day, even before eating any food.
Instead of promoting bone health, animal protein in dairy products can have a calcium-leaching effect.
#6
nn196411
Where ?
asda (as stated)
1 Like #7
ive been vegan for 5 years and never felt better, had an amazing pregnancy and a very healthy now 3 year old who has also been raised vegan. if only they would watch 'dairy is f*in scary' maybe they could see



Edited By: fynerpink123 on Jan 16, 2017 12:40

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