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Unformatted text preview: causing intestinal blood loss. Infants who feed on cow's milk receive insufficient amounts of Vitamin E, iron, and essential fatty acids. They also obtain unwanted quantities of protein, sodium, and potassium. System of infant cannot tolerate this high level of nutrients and thus may be harmful. Moreover, the protein and fat of cows milk cannot be digested and absorbed by infants. The most harmful effect is the presence of inadequate amount of iron in the body....
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- Environmental Science