They are doing a lot of research, such as whether milk might contain it - so far, none.
Human milk contains all of the vitamins and minerals the child needs.
Human milk also contains the essential fatty acids a child needs.
They have said that all milk contains trace amounts of the natural growth hormone.
The milk contains fat, protein, and red and white blood cells.
Human milk contains 8.5% carbohydrates, mostly in the form of lactose.
Human milk contains all of the different amino acids that a child needs in the right proportions.
Butter, cheese, milk and meat also contain this fatty acid.
The milk is of an unearthly odor and contains essences.
Whole milk contains 3.3 percent butterfat, of which about 532 milligrams per gallon is cholesterol.