Now nutritious milk can be prepared in the laboratory just like breast milk. Scientists named it Biomilk. According to the report, the nutrients in organic milk have also been tested in the lab. Efforts have been made to ensure that organic milk contains sufficient amounts of nutrients, fatty acids, protein and other fatty substances like breast milk.
Breast milk is considered not only complete but also the best food for any newborn baby. From birth, it is advisable to give breast milk to the baby for the prescribed period. However, sometimes milk is not produced in the mother’s body for various reasons, due to which the child is deprived of it and the necessary nutrients do not reach his body at an early stage.
Now there is good news for these parents. Breast milk, i.e. breast milk, can now also be prepared in the laboratory. It will also contain nutrients like breast milk. The company that makes the milk has also indicated that work is underway to prepare it and that it will be available on the market within the next three years.
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This technique was discovered by American women scientists. By virtue of this, nutritious milk can now be prepared in the laboratory like breast milk. Scientists named it Biomilk. According to the report, the nutrients in organic milk have also been tested in the lab. Efforts have been made to ensure that organic milk contains sufficient amounts of nutrients, fatty acids, protein and other fatty substances like breast milk. By the way, scientists also claim that the nutrients in organic milk are more than breast milk.
Layla Strickland, co-founder and chief scientist of the company that makes Biomilk, said that while milk does not contain antibodies, its nutritional and bioactive makeup is superior to any other product. He said the plan to make organic milk came to his mind when his baby was born prematurely. Until then, breast milk had not started to form in her body. In such a situation, Laila had to face many difficulties in giving nutrients to her child through milk.
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Laila has put a lot of effort into this, but to no avail. Then he made memory cells in the experiment of the year 2013. After that, in 2019, he worked more on this experiment together with food scientist Michelle Egger. He says the plan to make this milk available on the market continues over the next three years.