Study finds difference in height of Children consuming cow’s milk or milk substitutes | PerfScience
"Consumption of non-cow’s milk or plant-based substitutes for milk has been linked to lower height in a new study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
The study team reported that children consumption cow’s milk regularly, had better measurement of height.
The study team compared height for children at early age and found that children consuming cow’s milk were 0.2 centimeters taller than average for each daily cup of milk, at age of three years.
Children consuming milk-substitutes were 0.4 centimeters than normal.
The height difference between cow milk consuming and non-consuming kids was 1.5 centimeters at age of three years for kids consuming three cups of milk per day..."