Research Article | Veterinary Clinical Medicine

Human breast milk v/s cow’s milk: Which is better? A comparative study.

Manpreet Singh, Shanoo Sharma, Shweta, Shubham Koundal, Deepika Kapoor, Vivek Kumar Garg, Swati Kashyap and Ronit

Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, University Institute of Applied Health Sciences, Chandigarh University, Gharuan, Mohali, Punajb-140413

Published in the Indian Veterinary Journal July 2022 : 99 (7) - pages 46 to 50
(Received: , Accepted: )


Probiotics are living microorganisms that have a positive impact on the health of their hosts. The content of milk varies depending on the animal from which it comes, to give the proper pace of growth and development for that young species hence, human milk is clearly superior to cow's milk for human infants. Due to its ability to supply complete nutrition and many bioactive health supplements, human breast milk is regarded as the ideal feeding regime for newborns. Although probiotic strains can be isolated from a variety of sources, the human origin is the most important consideration for its uses.

Key Words: Mammary gland; breast milk; probiotic; lactic acid bacteria; cow milk

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