Semi-skimmed milk is similar to normal milk in terms of content of carbohydrates, proteins, minerals and water soluble vitamins, but it is low in fat and fat-soluble vitamins. The skimmed milk has a low content of fat and calorie intake, but some types are fortified with vitamins A
and D. Note, however that skimmed milk is not suitable for children under the age of 5.
Milk powder is obtained by evaporating water from milk, and when it is reconstituted, it is comparable in terms of nutrient, with fresh milk.
It contains a large amount of fat (up to 30%) and it has an important energetic role.
It has a high fat content (65-85%) and vitamin A.
Treated with an enzyme that determines the curdling of the milk, it is separated into liquid (whey) and a solid part. The solid portion is left to mature, so that the chemical changes can cause the cheese to get a distinctive flavor. Cheeses have a high content of protein, calcium, phosphorus and vitamin A.
It is obtained by adding a culture of bacteria that ferment lactose, creating lactic acid. Coagulation occurs when it reaches a certain level of acidity.
Then, depending on your preference, add sugar and various flavorings. In terms of nutritional content, yogurt is similar to milk.
It is recommended that you consume yogurt that contains probiotic elements. These bacteria resist the fermentation of the stomach and digestive enzymes and reach the intestine alive; this is where they act on the digestive infections. Lactic bacteria contained in yogurt are also good for balancing intestinal flora.
Milk and milk products are very good for your health and must be consumed with every meal especially by children. Moreover milk products must be consumed in every quick weight loss diet. It does not matter weather it will make you lose 30 pounds or just 1 pound it is very important to have at least one glass of milk or yogurt for breakfast.