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    1. 1. Boutique Human Cheese Products idea by:James Gooch
    2. 2. What is human milk?
    3. 3. What is human milk?Breast milk, to be specific human milk, is the milk produced by the breasts (or mammary glands) of a human female for her infantoffspring. Milk is the primary source of nutrition for newborns before they are able to eat and digest other foods; older infants and toddlersmay continue to be breastfed, either exclusively or in combination with other foods.
    4. 4. What is human milk?Breast milk, to be specific human milk, is the milk produced by the breasts (or mammary glands) of a human female for her infantoffspring. Milk is the primary source of nutrition for newborns before they are able to eat and digest other foods; older infants and toddlersmay continue to be breastfed, either exclusively or in combination with other foods.
    5. 5. What is human milk?Breast milk, to be specific human milk, is the milk produced by the breasts (or mammary glands) of a human female for her infantoffspring. Milk is the primary source of nutrition for newborns before they are able to eat and digest other foods; older infants and toddlersmay continue to be breastfed, either exclusively or in combination with other foods.
    6. 6. What is human milk?Breast milk, to be specific human milk, is the milk produced by the breasts (or mammary glands) of a human female for her infantoffspring. Milk is the primary source of nutrition for newborns before they are able to eat and digest other foods; older infants and toddlersmay continue to be breastfed, either exclusively or in combination with other foods.The World Health Organization recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life, with solids gradually being introducedaround this age when signs of readiness are shown. Supplemented breastfeeding is recommended until at least age two and then for as longas the mother and child wish.
    7. 7. What is human milk?Breast milk, to be specific human milk, is the milk produced by the breasts (or mammary glands) of a human female for her infantoffspring. Milk is the primary source of nutrition for newborns before they are able to eat and digest other foods; older infants and toddlersmay continue to be breastfed, either exclusively or in combination with other foods.The World Health Organization recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life, with solids gradually being introducedaround this age when signs of readiness are shown. Supplemented breastfeeding is recommended until at least age two and then for as longas the mother and child wish. Comparison to other milks
    8. 8. What is human milk?Breast milk, to be specific human milk, is the milk produced by the breasts (or mammary glands) of a human female for her infantoffspring. Milk is the primary source of nutrition for newborns before they are able to eat and digest other foods; older infants and toddlersmay continue to be breastfed, either exclusively or in combination with other foods.The World Health Organization recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life, with solids gradually being introducedaround this age when signs of readiness are shown. Supplemented breastfeeding is recommended until at least age two and then for as longas the mother and child wish. Comparison to other milksAll mammalian species produce milk, but the composition of milk for each species varies widely and other kinds of milk are often verydifferent from human breast milk. As a rule, the milk of mammals that nurse frequently (including human babies) is less rich, or more watery,than the milk of mammals whose young nurse less often. Human milk is noticeably thinner and sweeter than cows milk.Whole cows milk does not contain sufficient vitamin E or essential fatty acids. Whole cows milk also contains excessive amounts of protein,sodium, and potassium, which may put a strain on an infants immature kidneys. In addition, the proteins and fats in whole cows milk aremore difficult for an infant to digest and absorb than the ones in breast milk.[33] Evaporated milk may be easier to digest due to theprocessing of the protein but is still nutritionally inadequate. A significant minority of infants are allergic to one or more of the constituentsof cows milk, most often the cows milk proteins.[34] These problems can also affect infant formulas derived from cows milk.
    9. 9. What is human milk?Breast milk, to be specific human milk, is the milk produced by the breasts (or mammary glands) of a human female for her infantoffspring. Milk is the primary source of nutrition for newborns before they are able to eat and digest other foods; older infants and toddlersmay continue to be breastfed, either exclusively or in combination with other foods.The World Health Organization recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life, with solids gradually being introducedaround this age when signs of readiness are shown. Supplemented breastfeeding is recommended until at least age two and then for as longas the mother and child wish. Comparison to other milksAll mammalian species produce milk, but the composition of milk for each species varies widely and other kinds of milk are often verydifferent from human breast milk. As a rule, the milk of mammals that nurse frequently (including human babies) is less rich, or more watery,than the milk of mammals whose young nurse less often. Human milk is noticeably thinner and sweeter than cows milk.Whole cows milk does not contain sufficient vitamin E or essential fatty acids. Whole cows milk also contains excessive amounts of protein,sodium, and potassium, which may put a strain on an infants immature kidneys. In addition, the proteins and fats in whole cows milk aremore difficult for an infant to digest and absorb than the ones in breast milk.[33] Evaporated milk may be easier to digest due to theprocessing of the protein but is still nutritionally inadequate. A significant minority of infants are allergic to one or more of the constituentsof cows milk, most often the cows milk proteins.[34] These problems can also affect infant formulas derived from cows milk. So there is the question: how to improve theimplementation of this product in our daily lives ?
    10. 10. Why it’s better ?
    11. 11. Why it’s better ?Firstly lets find out why this product is better than cow s milk.
    12. 12. Why it’s better ? Firstly lets find out why this product is better than cow s milk.People who have been taught that cows milk is the "perfect food" may be shocked to hear many prominent medical doctors are nowsaying dairy consumption is a contributing factor in nearly two dozen diseases of children and adults.Doctors say cows milk can lead to iron deficiency anemia, allergies, diarrhea, heart disease, colic, cramps, gastrointestinal bleeding,sinusitis, skin rashes, acne, increased frequency of colds and flus, arthritis, diabetes, ear infections, osteoporosis, asthma, autoimmunediseases, and more, possibly even lung cancer, multiple sclerosis and non-Hodgkins lymphoma.
    13. 13. Why it’s better ? Firstly lets find out why this product is better than cow s milk.People who have been taught that cows milk is the "perfect food" may be shocked to hear many prominent medical doctors are nowsaying dairy consumption is a contributing factor in nearly two dozen diseases of children and adults.Doctors say cows milk can lead to iron deficiency anemia, allergies, diarrhea, heart disease, colic, cramps, gastrointestinal bleeding,sinusitis, skin rashes, acne, increased frequency of colds and flus, arthritis, diabetes, ear infections, osteoporosis, asthma, autoimmunediseases, and more, possibly even lung cancer, multiple sclerosis and non-Hodgkins lymphoma.Frank Oski, M.D., author of Dont Drink Your Milk! is the Director of the Department of Pediatrics of Johns Hopkins University School ofMedicine and Physician-in-Chief of the Johns Hopkins Childrens Center. He is the author, co-author, editor or co-editor of 19 medicaltextbooks and has written 290 medical manuscripts.In the first chapter of his book, Dr. Oski states, "The fact is: the drinking of cow milk has been linked to iron-deficiency anemia in infantsand children; it has been named as the cause of cramps and diarrhea in much of the worlds population, and the cause of multiple formsof allergy as well; and the possibility has been raised that it may play a central role in the origins of atherosclerosis and heart attacks."
    14. 14. Why it’s better ? Firstly lets find out why this product is better than cow s milk.People who have been taught that cows milk is the "perfect food" may be shocked to hear many prominent medical doctors are nowsaying dairy consumption is a contributing factor in nearly two dozen diseases of children and adults.Doctors say cows milk can lead to iron deficiency anemia, allergies, diarrhea, heart disease, colic, cramps, gastrointestinal bleeding,sinusitis, skin rashes, acne, increased frequency of colds and flus, arthritis, diabetes, ear infections, osteoporosis, asthma, autoimmunediseases, and more, possibly even lung cancer, multiple sclerosis and non-Hodgkins lymphoma.Frank Oski, M.D., author of Dont Drink Your Milk! is the Director of the Department of Pediatrics of Johns Hopkins University School ofMedicine and Physician-in-Chief of the Johns Hopkins Childrens Center. He is the author, co-author, editor or co-editor of 19 medicaltextbooks and has written 290 medical manuscripts.In the first chapter of his book, Dr. Oski states, "The fact is: the drinking of cow milk has been linked to iron-deficiency anemia in infantsand children; it has been named as the cause of cramps and diarrhea in much of the worlds population, and the cause of multiple formsof allergy as well; and the possibility has been raised that it may play a central role in the origins of atherosclerosis and heart attacks." You may ask: Hey, milk is the main source of calcium, where as not in the milk, you can get calcium?
    15. 15. Why it’s better ? Firstly lets find out why this product is better than cow s milk.People who have been taught that cows milk is the "perfect food" may be shocked to hear many prominent medical doctors are nowsaying dairy consumption is a contributing factor in nearly two dozen diseases of children and adults.Doctors say cows milk can lead to iron deficiency anemia, allergies, diarrhea, heart disease, colic, cramps, gastrointestinal bleeding,sinusitis, skin rashes, acne, increased frequency of colds and flus, arthritis, diabetes, ear infections, osteoporosis, asthma, autoimmunediseases, and more, possibly even lung cancer, multiple sclerosis and non-Hodgkins lymphoma.Frank Oski, M.D., author of Dont Drink Your Milk! is the Director of the Department of Pediatrics of Johns Hopkins University School ofMedicine and Physician-in-Chief of the Johns Hopkins Childrens Center. He is the author, co-author, editor or co-editor of 19 medicaltextbooks and has written 290 medical manuscripts.In the first chapter of his book, Dr. Oski states, "The fact is: the drinking of cow milk has been linked to iron-deficiency anemia in infantsand children; it has been named as the cause of cramps and diarrhea in much of the worlds population, and the cause of multiple formsof allergy as well; and the possibility has been raised that it may play a central role in the origins of atherosclerosis and heart attacks." You may ask: Hey, milk is the main source of calcium, where as not in the milk, you can get calcium?The best way to add calcium to your diet is to eat more fresh green vegetables. Cows milk is high in calcium, but Dr. Ellis explains, theproblem is that it is in a form that cannot be assimilated very well by humans. Dr. Ellis states, "Thousands and thousands of blood testsIve conducted show that people who drink 3 or 4 glasses of milk a day invariably had the lowest levels of blood calcium."
    16. 16. How we’ll gather milk?
    17. 17. How we’ll gather milk?Well, we have specially trained workers for that kind of work...
    18. 18. How we’ll gather milk?Well, we have specially trained workers for that kind of work...
    19. 19. How we’ll gather milk?Well, we have specially trained workers for that kind of work...
    20. 20. How we’ll gather milk?Well, we have specially trained workers for that kind of work...
    21. 21. How we’ll gather milk?Well, we have specially trained workers for that kind of work...
    22. 22. How we’ll gather milk?Well, we have specially trained workers for that kind of work...
    23. 23. How we’ll gather milk?Well, we have specially trained workers for that kind of work...
    24. 24. How we’ll gather milk?
    25. 25. How we’ll gather milk? Just kidding :)
    26. 26. How we’ll gather milk? Just kidding :)
    27. 27. How we’ll gather milk? Just kidding :)
    28. 28. What we will do out of it?
    29. 29. What we will do out of it?Milk...
    30. 30. What we will do out of it?Milk...
    31. 31. What we will do out of it?Milk...Chocolate Milk
    32. 32. What we will do out of it?Milk...Chocolate Milk
    33. 33. What we will do out of it?Milk...Chocolate Milk
    34. 34. What we will do out of it?Milk...Chocolate MilkHuman cheese
    35. 35. What we will do out of it?Milk...Chocolate MilkHuman cheese
    36. 36. What we will do out of it?Milk...Chocolate MilkHuman cheese
    37. 37. What we will do out of it?Milk...Chocolate MilkHuman cheeseIce Cream!!!
    38. 38. What we will do out of it?Milk...Chocolate MilkHuman cheeseIce Cream!!!
    39. 39. What we will do out of it?Milk...Chocolate MilkHuman cheeseIce Cream!!!
    40. 40. What we will do out of it?Milk...Chocolate MilkHuman cheeseIce Cream!!!etc.
    41. 41. where you can get our product?
    42. 42. where you can get our product?In our storesIn online storesIn grocery stores
    43. 43. Selling
    44. 44. SellingYou can easily sell your milk, by consulting with our specialist
    45. 45. SellingYou can easily sell your milk, by consulting with our specialist How to get information about where you can find specialists?
    46. 46. SellingYou can easily sell your milk, by consulting with our specialist How to get information about where you can find specialists? Just go to ours website www.breastmilkgrocery.com

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