Milk that is organic has slowly catching attentions of many consumers. In turn consumers ask more questions on what makes the difference between the two. Others would just give a cold shoulder and say they are all milk but if you’re one of those consumers asking what difference does it make, here are a few.
Organic milk is still milk, yes you’re right but the thing is, unlike regular milk, the cows or goats that were milked to produce this milk were not treated with chemicals. When it as sick, no chemicals or medications where injected to it. Some milk producers introduce hormones to cows that stimulate more the production of milk. This in turn results in the increase of milk production.
Others believed that cows injected with hormones and other chemical products produce GMO or Genetically Modified Organisms which are known to cause some diseases. There’s no concrete proof for it but they believe otherwise.
Milk that has been produced as organic is known to have a longer shelf life. Regular milk can last up to one to two weeks but the organic ones can last up to a month. This has been proven and is largely observed. No wonder it also cost a little expensive compared to the regular ones. Thinking about it, it also is more cost-effective if you want to save money. If your family is big on milk, you don’t have to worry anymore of buying very other week.
Yet all the same, be it organic or non-organic milk it still milk. It supplies the calcium the body needs. It is the number one aid to combat against osteoporosis and other diseases that are caused of lack of calcium.
Whether you decide for your family to be organic or the opposite, it’s your choice to make. Actually it’s just like deciding where to lose weight. Whether in your house or in a gym or using equipments like chin up station or purely body workout without any instruments. As long as it gives you what you expect it to give, then all would end just fine.