Dairy products have been part of human’s daily diet routine. Even before the pasteurization process was invented, people from Stone Age already discovered the essentials of dairy outputs. Compared today, these products have already traveled a long way just like Caulfield vet.
Currently, there are many products derived from dairy animals such as the all-famous and the most favorite milk, whether it was processed as condensed milk, powdered milk, evaporated milk or as a cream, it’s all milk derivatives.
Thanks to dairy animals products like cheese, butter, yogurt and ice cream are made into existence. Kids would have missed being a child had these products not been invented. They have distinct tastes and are well-favored by all most especially by children.
However loved by many, it’s still avoided by some. Those with lactose intolerance or the case wherein the human digestive system doesn’t have the capacity to digest lactose, they avoid taking in milk or other milk products. People who are also on a strict diet rarely partake this because of calories that can add up to their body. But these are not what these products are made for. They have gifts to human beings.
Human’s bones are the first beneficiary for taking in milk and other dairy products. They provide calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and protein. These are all essential to bone development. Continuous consumption of milk can also prevent osteoporosis that is likely to occur in later stages of human beings. They make the bones become stronger.
Dairy products also contain the calcium and phosphorus needed for strong teeth. Not only toothpastes protect your teeth just like what is shown on most commercials but milk too.
Today, there have been many research conducted to link milk to the cure of blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, cancer , type 2 diabetes and many more but as to the exact reason how, is still being researched. No matter what, precaution is still needed to be observed for when taken in many servings, this can also lead to obesity or any complications. Too much of everything is still bad.