Hernández, professor of Human Nutrition at UCV, warns that the lack of this
element can cause serious decalcifications in the future.
addition to the low calcium detected, again, there is excess carbohydrates and
sodium. In Lacto Más alone, the carbohydrate content exceeds by 215.8% what is
established by the standards and, yet worse, the actual value almost doubles the
one reported by the manufacturer on the label.
levels are also exorbitant. Chimax has 1,856 milligrams (0.065 oz), five times
the 370.8 milligrams per 100 grams (0.013 oz x 3.5 oz) of product established in
the standard. In the Santa Paula brand, the result of 1,632 milligrams (0.057
oz) quadruples the maximum amount indicated by the National Institute of
Nutrition. These doses almost exceed the daily sodium intake recommended by the
World Health Organization, set at less than two grams (0.070
of consumers against some of these brands are common on social media. "The Lacto
Más milk that comes in the Clap is terrible. I spent two days with an acute
heartburn after consuming it. I regret that Mexico is sending us this terrible
milk. The corrupt people from here and there will be accountable to God for
poisoning the children of Venezuela with that milk," user @joseprool tweeted on
Landaeta, research coordinator of the Bengoa Foundation and a doctor specialized
in Food and Nutrition Planning, warns of the risks of excess carbohydrates among
traditional consumers of milk powder in the Venezuelan homes. "This causes the
child to present flatulence, a bloated stomach, pain and even vomiting and
diarrhea. The same happens with die elder."