Milk is considered one of the most complete and balanced foods, however it is important to consume it with caution and not
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Milk It’s one of the most popular foods Y consumed in the world. It is a full drink Y balanced, which has all the nutritional principles that the body requires for grow, develop Y stay healthy.
Today nurtured hern is one of the most relevant topics, it is well known that it is directly related to our state of health, is a key aspect in the body weight and the disease prevention. Based on this, all kinds of food alternatives “healthier” and milk is probably one of the clearest examples, since every day we have more plant milk options.
Nevertheless there is data that prove that cow’s milk is still one of the most popular drinks in the American refrigerators. On average, American adults consume three-quarters cup of milk per day and they drink 17.3 gallons of milk per year.
The truth is that analyze the nutritional profile of milk, we cannot deny that it is a drink very healthy Y balanced. In principle it is one of the best sources of calcium, phosphorus and vitamin D, additionally it is one of the best sources of protein from high biological value. In fact various nutritionists claim that milk makes a significant contribution to protein intake Y micronutrients of the population in U.S. Between his most relevant contributions found: 7% of the daily value for magnesium, 10% potassium and zinc, 15% of vitamin D and phosphorus, 20% calcium and vitamin A, 40% riboflavin and 50% vitamin B12 per one cup serving. In particular, three of these nutrients are considered to be deficient nutrients, so milk is a excellent source of many of these nutrients.
However they have been detected various drawbacks if the animal protein in amounts higher than recommended, that is: more than 3 servings per day. We invite you to know what are the main effects proven by science, manifested by the body to the drink too much milk.
1. Acute digestive problems may occur
A excess dairy ends up being too much for him digestive system, however specifically and according to data released for the National Institutes of Health (NIH): agloomy 65% of adults in the United States suffers from lactose intolerance. While we all love to enjoy numerous products that contain dairy such as cheese, cream and milk, do not take the signals that send our body. The lactose intolerance occurs when the body produces less lactase as we age; lactase is the enzyme that breaks down lactose. So if the people with lactose intolerance or if we exceed the recommended servings of dairy products that contain lactose, it is very likely that various stomach conditions are experienced: abdominal pain, bloating, flatulence, nausea, and diarrhea, from 30 minutes to 2 hours later to be ingested. Additionally it has A study that supports what happens when the body cannot easily break down lactose, as it travels through the digestive system and is degraded by intestinal bacteria in a fermentation process.
2. It can overload the heart
According A study posted in BMJ, drink too much milk is related to a increased risk of cardiovascular disease Y cancer in women. Specifically and more specifically, the researchers found that women who they drank three glasses of milk or more every day they had a nearly doubled risk of death Y cardiovascular disease, compared to women who drank less than a glass per day. There is also another reference of A study published in The Journal of Nutrition, in which it was found that eat dairy foods increases levels of a compound that impairs cardiovascular health and causes an increase in risk of heart disease.
3. Life expectancy is shortened
An excess of anima origin foodsl, is related to deterioration in health and quality of life. At same study of BMJ, drinking too much milk was also linked to a increased risk of death in men and women. The women who used three or more glasses of milk per day doubled their risk of death compared to women who drank less than one glass per day. While in the case of men increased their risk of premature death by about 10% when they drank three or more glasses of milk a day.
4. It could cause acne or make it worse
A excessive consumption of milk can significantly deteriorate the skin aesthetics. In such a way that one of his main side effects is related to appearance or increase of acne (in case of an existing condition) and the reason is simple: dairy contains hormones. In such a way that an excess can trigger or aggravate acne, by disrupting insulin regulation through something called insulin-like growth factor-1. It has been proven that skim milk seems to be the more likely to make acne worse, so if this is an issue for you, consider switching to whole dairy from cows not treated with hormones. And of course control the portions, one a day is perfect.
5. Excess calories and weight gain
Of course milk and most of the dairy products, are nutritious and are associated with an important content of vitamins and minerals such as calcium, potassium and vitamin B12. However, often contain a lot of fat and this makes them very high calorie foods. It has an investigation, in which it has been shown that whole dairy can help prevent obesity and is believed to be related to the metabolic benefits of its fat content. However there is a thin line in such a way that when consumed in excess we will only cause the opposite effect, as daily caloric intake increases and therefore it is very feasible that in the long term it results in a weight gain.