Thursday, 30 October 2008

Why is Melamine added in milk powder

The most important nutrient in milk is protein. And Melamine has the same protein that contains "NITROGEN" Adding Melamine in milk reduces milk content and it is cheaper then milk so it lowers capitalization. It can give the business man more profit! below is Melamine, doesn't it look like milk. it doesn't have any smell, so cannot be detected When was it discovered? Year 2007 US cats and dogs died suddenly, they found that pet food from China contains Melamine. Starting 2008, In China, an abnormal increase in infant cases of kidney stones. August 2008 China Sanlu Milk Powder tested with Melamine Sept. 2008 New Zealand gov't ask China to check this problem Sept. 21, 2008 Lots of food products in Taiwan tested with Melamine What happens when Melamine is digested Melamine remains inside the kidney. It forms into stones blocking the tubes. Pain will be eminent and person cannot urinate. Kidney will then swell. Although surgery can remove the stones, but it will cause irreversible kidney damage. It can lead to loss of kidney function and will require kidney dialysis or lead to death because of uremia. What is dialysis In fact, it should be called "blood washing" it is filtering all of the body's blood into the machine and then go back to the body. The whole process takes 4 hours and it is necessary to dialysis once for every 3 days for the rest of your life。 Here is a dialysis center Large dialysis center Why is it more serious in babies.Because the kidney is very small and they drink a lot of milk powder. It does not matter how much a human being took Melamine. The important point is "It cannot be EATEN! What are the foods to be avoided? Foods that contain dairy products should be avoided Remember: Foods with creamer or milk should be avoided. Which companies are affected Hereunder are the companies affected with Melamine What do we do next Avoid the above foods for at least six months If you have snack bar, restaurant or coffee shops Stop selling dairy products for the meantime. If you have infants at home, change to mother's milk or find other substitutes. Finally, share this information with friends so they will understand the risk of milk poisoning

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