Scalding and lipase issues

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Postby Penguin » Fri Jun 15, 2012 8:47 pm

Forgot to post this link earlier - apparantly heating milk to a rolling boil will not damage the properties much.


From Gribble KD, Hausman BL. Milk sharing and formula feeding: Infant feeding risks in comparative perspective. AMJ 2012, 5, 5, 275-283. http//dx.doi.org/10.4066/AMJ.2012.1222.


Flash heating is the treatment more commonly targeted
at prevention of HIV transmission via breast milk because
of the ease of the procedure. Flash heating involves
placing milk in a glass container that is then placed in
water. The water is heated to a rolling boil before the jar
is removed and allowed to cool.
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Flash heating has been
found to inactivate any HIV present in breast milk
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while
having only a small impact on the nutritional and
immunologic properties of the milk.
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16. Israel-Ballard K, Chantry C, Dewey K, Lonnerdal B, Sheppard H, Donovan R, Carlson J, Sage A, Abrams B. Viral, nutritional, and bacterial safety of flash-heated and pretoria-pasteurized breast milk to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV in resource-poor countries: a pilot study. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 2005;40(2):175-181.
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Postby J1974 » Fri Aug 17, 2012 10:20 pm

I haven't popped in for a while but that's an interesting link Penguin. I think I came across a reference to it or something similar somewhere else recently too. It's very reassuring, although my scalding in a saucepan method would apply more heat directly to the milk than the method they describe.

Just to update, expressing and scalding are now in full swing since I went back to work 2 weeks ago. I'm not finding it terribly arduous at all (I only work 2 days a week so that's only 2 lots of scalding to do). For me, I've discovered I can leave the milk in the fridge for 24 hours without it smelling funny, but 48 hrs is too long.
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Postby Penguin » Mon Aug 20, 2012 9:17 pm

J1974 wrote:I haven't popped in for a while but that's an interesting link Penguin. I think I came across a reference to it or something similar somewhere else recently too. It's very reassuring, although my scalding in a saucepan method would apply more heat directly to the milk than the method they describe.

Just to update, expressing and scalding are now in full swing since I went back to work 2 weeks ago. I'm not finding it terribly arduous at all (I only work 2 days a week so that's only 2 lots of scalding to do). For me, I've discovered I can leave the milk in the fridge for 24 hours without it smelling funny, but 48 hrs is too long.


It's funny that the times are different, hey. I could scald late at night (eg 9pm) but leaving it til the next day was too much. I had a huge panic that it wouldn't last the day, but that was ok. Glad it's all working for you :)
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Re: Scalding and lipase issues

Postby Penguin » Mon Mar 03, 2014 8:28 pm

Took me two years and I finally tossed my stash viewtopic.php?f=29&t=86426
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Re: Scalding and lipase issues

Postby Penguin » Fri Apr 03, 2015 2:28 pm

So, the milk bank has told me not to scald my milk for them - nutritional reasons I think. When I said about the taste they said it would usually be going to premmie bubs who are tube fed, so taste isn't a concern.

Still scalding milk for DD2 and for my peer to peer recipients.
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Re: Scalding and lipase issues

Postby Penguin » Sun Jul 12, 2015 9:27 pm

Hey Mods - my links don't work from my post on the first page. I suspect this is a server change thing. Does anyone know how to fix?
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Re: Scalding and lipase issues

Postby Penguin » Sun Jul 12, 2015 9:44 pm

Penguin wrote:Hey Mods - my links don't work from my post on the first page. I suspect this is a server change thing. Does anyone know how to fix?

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