Place milk in human life

Milk people are starting to eat from birth, and throughout life this product is always present on the dining table. Today there are a large number of types of dairy products: this traditional cow's milkand milk of goat, sheep, Mare, camel, deer. This list could go on and on, because in different regions of the globe inhabited by many herbivorous animals, which supply people this unique food product.

Currently, most people learned to preserve all the quality and useful properties of milk and to extend its shelf life. The wide variety of makes you think about what milk is best for human consumption.

The best milk

The most commonly used in food milk is, of course, the cow, although the quality of the best is goat milk. Of course, the best can be called village milk. But, unfortunately, not all people can use this product every day, especially for urban residents. That is why people can only go to the store and choose the most suitable product for their table - an ordinary drinking milk.

There are several types of such milk:
the normalized milk, whole, fat content in it is 3.2%;
- reconstituted milk made from dry milk with 3.2% fat;
milk with a high fat content (6%), it is made with cream;
- the baked milk, which also has a higher fat content and subjected to long vexation at high temperature;
- protein milk has a small amount of fat (from 1 to 2.5%) and defatted dry substance in the composition;
- fortified milk, having from 1 to 3.2% fat, and rich in vitamin C;
- low-fat or skim milk, which is produced by separating the whole.

All these types of milk are widely presented in all the city stores, but almost all of them are heat treated in an industrial environment, as it gives the possibility to extend the shelf life of this perishable product.

There are three types of milk, the last heat treatment: pasteurised milk, UHT and sterilized. Among these types it is best to consume pasteurized milk, as it retains the most vitamins and beneficial bacteria, which are very necessary for young children and adult population.