The Best Type Of Milk For Children With Difficulty Eating 2 Years?
Hello, after reading the article about various kinds of milk just found out there are differences between UHT milk, powder, and pasteurization. Based on the article that was read it said the powder is better than other types of milk. What do you think about the doctor? Especially for children with difficulty eating 2 years.
There are various types of processing milk that are sold in the market. UHT milk or ultra high temperature is a technique of sterilizing milk using a high temperature (> 135oC) to kill germs in the milk. UHT milk is packaged using sterile packaging so that it lasts for a long time. This heating process was thought to be able to damage all nutrients in milk, but in fact the composition of nutrients such as calcium, fat, protein still exists in UHT milk. Pasteurized milk is the same as UHT but heating using a lower temperature.
Powdered milk formula goes through a longer processing (up to the drying stage to powder) compared to UHT milk and pasteurization. Powdered formula milk usually gets additional nutrients into it with special formulations (hence called formula milk) that are tailored to the age and needs of certain children (for example high calcium, low fat, low lactose). It's just that formula milk usually has a relatively more expensive price compared to the other two types of milk. The need for milk can be adjusted to the nutritional conditions of children now. You can consult with a nutrition specialist to calculate the daily calorie requirements that your child needs. At the age of 2 years, milk should no longer be the only source of nutrition for children. Foods that vary from rice, potatoes, side dishes, vegetables, and fruit should be provided in a balanced way to meet the daily nutritional needs of children.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.