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British study warns against eating cow's milk

A recent study warned of children's eating of cow milk and confirmed that these dairys contain more salts than in buffalo milk, especially children who are not older than one year old.

The study carried out by researchers at the University of Bristol indicated that the percentage of salts in cow milk is four times the proportion of salts found in buffalo milk and this excess percentage may affect the general state of the child's body and in particular may lead salt to high blood pressure in the child.

The study added that it is possible to reduce the number of deaths in Britain by about 4,000 cases per year if salt consumption in foods is reduced and indicated that the high percentage of salts affect sin salbutit and may cause heart disease and diabetes as a result of the direct effect of blood on the pressure of Blood, according to britain's Daily Telegraph.

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