Would it be healthy if you have completely given up meat and dairy?
By going that long without dairy you are probaly lactose intolerant now. It doesn't matter if you cut out dairy, milk is baby cow food and you are neither a baby nor a cow, so don't worry about the dairy. The only reason the meat might be a problem is that you might not get enough protein. If you still eat fish or fowl, you're ok, if not, you'll need to find some good alternate sources for protein. Passing on the meat is actually quite healthy, if you can get enough protein. * I totally agree with the previous answer, as I have been a vegan for over thirty years and am very good health. I actually cannot recall the last time I was ill or even had a bad cold. There are ways of keeping the body's protein and minerals at the necessary levels, by consuming larger quanitites of certain vegetables or by supplements that can be purchased at health food stores.
You recently bought a 11 week old kitten from RSPCA and she has diarrhoea with blood in it for 2-3 days but other than that she seems healthy and playful?
The only problems I can think of when weaning a dairy calf is possible stress and maybe an upset stomach when the milk replacer is suddenly not given to them anymore. But really, no problems should really arise when weaning a dairy calf, as they should be already on full feed, and already have been relying less on the bottle or bucket than on the feed they are given.
The nutritional advice given for a healthy lactation is very similar to the advice given for a healthy pregnancy. Eat plenty of healthy vegetables, fruits, complex carbohydrates and protein. Be sure to eat some foods with beta-carotene, such as carrots or sweet potatoes. Avoid smoking, limit caffeine, and be aware that prescription medications may pass into the breast milk. A nursing mom needs about 500 more calories a day to support breastfeeding. Some of those…
Answer: They are used in dairy products such as yogurt and cheese Cattle have bacteria in their rumen which allows them to digest grasses and other cellulose They are used in medicine (growing antibiotics) which can be given to cattle Dairy farmers sometimes collect and treat manure with bacteria to release methane which they use for heating their barns.
What labels for ranges of weight that are greater than what is generally considered healthy for a given height?
Yes, dairy products like milk are bad for horses. Adult mammals typically do not have the ability to process the fats and other nutrients in milk. If given milk a horse can have a bad reaction and possibly colic and need veterinarian attention. Yogurt is sometimes given as a way to probiotics into horses, but again, this is a dairy product and not a good idea.
An exact meal-plan should be worked out with a registered doctor or nutritionist. Generally, the plan will enocourage meals and a few snacks throughout the day that consist of high-quality grains, dairy, protein, fruits and vegetables. The key is for a healthy balance and proper nutrition. If the goal is to gain weight, then calorie-dense foods (nuts, seeds, starches, higher fat dairy, etc.) may be added in or a weight-gain supplement (usually a drink) will…