Milk is defined from a different angle. Milk is a product, which is extracted from the womb of the animals like cows and buffalo. Alternatively milk is defined as an opaque white liquid, which is prepared by the mammary glands of female mammals. Mammary Glands are also known as Sweat Glands. Milk is one of the important types of protein.
Adult human beings take to Cows, Goats, Horses, Camels and Buffalos. For the newborn child, mothers milk is of great value for the nourishment, growth and well being of the child. Due to mothers breast milk the childs immunization power is also advanced accordingly. Mothers milk into the baby is also helpful in other way.
It helps to provide energy, additional strength and intelligence in the baby so that at the time of growth childs overall development remains striking. As compared to mothers milk raw milk mainly contains good amount of saturated fats, protein, calcium and as well as vitamin C.
From the milk, we find there are various food products prepared for the requirement of human beings. The products prepared from milk products are cream, butter, yogurt and ice cream. There are also more products prepared which are taken from one part of United States of America to other parts of United States of America. These products are Cheese, Casein, Lactose, Condense Milk, Powdered Milk and also various other additional dairy products.
In the United States of America and other countries of Europe, there is always centralized dairy processing center available. This processing center produces dairy products like cream, butter and cheese. In the US, these dairy processing centers are mainly local companies. Whereas in the Southern Hemisphere the processing facilities are run by government run agencies and other reputed organizations such as Fonterra.
Milk has also nutritional value on the human life. Milk products like protein, fat and sugar, vitamins and minerals are added into human body for extra energy and strength. The lists of nutritional value on human body is stated as follow:
Human Milk on an average contains 1.1% protein and 4.2% fat
Cows Milk on an average contains 3.4% protein and 3.6% fat.
Milk also contain carbohydrates
Milk also contains vitamins and minerals.
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