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Humans are at risk

Medical experts have pointed out that use of the drug can cause hormonal imbalance in humans. Due to hormonal imbalances created by exogenous source of hormones like oxytocin in milk and dairy products, the age at which girls attain menarche has come down drastically from 16 years of age to 10 years of age. Gynaecomastia (breast enlargement) is diagnosing even in boys due to oxytocin affects. It is very harmful for humans who unknowingly consuming this artificial hormone. Humans face all the harmful effects of this drug. Children are mostly susceptible to its effects. It is clear to have imbalance hearing and weak eyesight in children due to this.

Common symptoms are exhaustion and loss of energy. Hormones like prolactin, lutenizing hormone(LH), estrogens, progesterone,growth hormone, thyroid stimulating hormone are present in the milk which may cause hormonal imbalance leading to infertility in humans as well. Pregnant women should avoid such milk or don’t use milk without proper boiling. The use of such milk by the pregnant women may lead to abortion. And babies may born with deformities and low immunity levels.

Which one is better ?

Cow Milk vs. Buffalo Milk

  • There isn't any doubt that milk is highly nutritious. It is an excellent source of calcium, which is necessary for strong bones and teeth.
  • Doctors recommend drinking milk every day in order to stay healthy and fit.
  • But when you have to make a choice between cow and buffalo milk, which one is better? Well, both types of milk have their own positives and negatives.
  • So, let's see what is the major difference between the two
  • Fat content actually is responsible for the consistency of the milk.
  • Cow milk contains a lower amount of fat as compared to buffalo milk.
  • This is why buffalo milk is thicker than cow milk.
  • Cow milk has 3-4 percent of fat, while buffalo milk has about 7-8 percent. Buffalo milk is heavy, so it takes time to digest and keeps you fuller for a longer period of time.
  • Water is necessary for every individual and so if you want to increase your water intake then opt for cow milk.
  • Approximately 90 percent of cow milk is water and is excellent to keep you hydrated


  • Buffalo milk contains 10-11 percent more protein than cow milk.
  • It is more heat resistant.
  • Due to the amount of protein in it, buffalo milk is not recommended for infants and older people.


  • Even the cholesterol level is different in both types of milk.
  • Buffalo milk contains a low amount of cholesterol, which makes it an excellent choice for people suffering from diseases like PCOD, hypertension, kidney problems, and obesity.


  • It is obvious that buffalo milk contains more calories as it is high in protein and fat. 1 cup of buffalo milk contains 237 calories, while 1 cup of cow milk contains 148 calories.

Cow Milk vs. Buffalo Milk: Pros and cons

  • If you want to have a sound sleep at night, go for buffalo milk as it is considered sleep-inducing.
  • Buffalo milk is good for the preparation of khoa, dahi, paneer, kheer, payasam, malai, kulfi, and ghee.
  • As cow milk is less creamy and thick, it is better for sweets
  • Both the types of milk are good for health and have their own health benefits. So, what to consume depends on your preference. Just make sure that milk is part of your daily diet.

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