Should LLM Formula Milk Not Be Consumed By Infants When Bowel Movements Have Improved?
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The milk product that the mother mentioned is used for infants or children who have lactose intolerance. Lactose intolerance is a digestive disease caused by little or no lactase enzyme in the body. This enzyme functions to digest lactose sugar into a form of glucose and galactose so that it can be absorbed by the small intestine. Lactose sugar is contained in cow's milk and goat's milk and its processed products.
The conditions of lactose intolerance are temporary and some are permanent. As in the mother's baby, the possibility is permanent due to genetic factors.
In persistent lactose intolerance, there is no drug that can cure it. The administration of lactase enzymes from outside has not been effective and has a different response to each child. Therefore, the main solution that mothers can currently do is to provide lactose-free milk and limit the intake of other foods containing lactose, as your child's pediatrician recommends, you should follow his advice.
All the mother has to do is to bring the control child to the growth and development of the baby every month to the nearest posyandu, as well as to provide children with basic compulsory immunization. Control of the growth and development of the baby's mother is very necessary to see the adequacy of nutrients obtained by the baby's body, given the complications of this lactose intolerance condition is malnutrition.
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