June 1 is World Milk Day

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World Milk Day has been celebrated since June 1, 2000. It was established by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) with the aim of constantly promoting a healthy lifestyle with a proper and balanced diet. Milk contains valuable nutrients and vitamins and is a healthy and delicious global food.
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By creating World Milk Day, the United Nations wanted to draw attention to the importance of the dairy industry as a product (and dairy products) in the daily diet. Milk is a global food that occupies a special status in the diet of children, malnourished people and the sick because it is a high-value food.
Milk helps build a healthy and strong bone system. It lowers blood pressure, reduces the risk of developing diabetes and some types of cancer. Milk has been shown to have a positive effect on maintaining a normal body weight. This is a delicious and effective food. When it comes to the main positive effects and benefits for human health, no other food is as effective as milk. Milk contains important nutrients and nine essential vitamins and minerals (calcium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, riboflavin, niacin, quality proteins A, D and B 12).
There are various types of milk: soy, rice, almond, coconut and many others. However, it is difficult to determine the type of milk that will suit each of us best. Statistics show that children drink significantly larger amounts of milk. The older we get, the less milk we drink, and the more we need to build and maintain bones. Milk contains proteins, calcium, potassium, vitamins A and D. Cow’s milk is the most common and most affordable. People got used to cow’s milk. If you are lactose intolerant, cow’s milk will not suit you. Luckily there are different types of milk so you are sure to find one that suits you.
Cow’s milk
One glass of cow’s milk will meet 30% of your daily calcium needs. It is also an excellent source of protein. Cow’s milk is rich in vitamin D, which the body needs to absorb calcium. This reduces the risk of developing various diseases of the skeletal system. Milk also contains potassium and phosphorus which helps build bones and teeth.
Choose skim milk that has twice as many calories as whole milk (about 80 calories per cup, compared to 150 calories) and a little more calcium.
The 1% or 2% we see on milk packaging is the percentage of fat.
How much fat does one glass of milk have?
• Skim milk – less than 0.5g of fat in a cup
• 1% milk – about 2g of fat in a cup
• 2% milk – about 5g of fat in a cup
• Whole milk – 8g of fat in a cup
Some people get bloating and gas from cow’s milk because they lack lactase – an enzyme that helps digest lactose.
If you’re lactose intolerant, that doesn’t mean you have to give up cow’s milk. Lactose-free milk with increased lactase levels is easier to digest.
However, if you are also allergic to milk, these methods will not help you.
Nutritional values
1 cup of whole cow’s milk contains:
• calories 147
• total fat 8.1g
• cholesterol 24mg
• carbohydrates 19.9g
• protein 7.9g
• calcium 276.1 mg (30% of the recommended daily value)
• potassium 349mg (10% of the recommended daily value)
Nutritional bonus
• Vitamin A – 6% of the recommended daily value
• Vitamin C – 4% of the recommended daily value
• Viramin D – 25% of the recommended daily value
• Vitamin B1 – 3% of the recommended daily value
• Vitamin B2 – 12% of the recommended daily value
• Vitamin B12 – 18% of the recommended daily value
• Magnesium – 3% of the recommended daily value
Goat milk
Goat’s milk is rarely consumed, goat’s cheese is consumed much more often. It has a slightly sweet taste, but some people have an unpleasant odor.
It contains more calcium than cow’s milk and more tryptophan – an essential fatty acid that helps the body break down protein.
However, be careful if you are lactose intolerant because goat’s milk contains higher levels of lactose than cow’s milk. It also contains higher levels of saturated fatty acids.
Nutritional values
1 cup of whole goat’s milk contains:
• calories 169
• total fat 10g
• cholesterol 27mg
• carbohydrates 11g
• sugars 11g
• protein 9g
• calcium 327.4mg (32.7% of the recommended daily value)
• potassium 498.4mg (14% of the recommended daily value)
Nutritional bonus
• Vitamin A – 9% of the total recommended value
• Vitamin C – 5% of the recommended daily value
Soy milk
It is a popular alternative to cow’s milk. It is made from soybeans that are mixed with water and mixed until a white mixture is obtained. It comes in various flavors (vanilla, chocolate). It goes well with coffee and, and is delicious on its own.
Soy milk is a rich source of protein. It does not contain saturated fatty acids. Also, consuming soy can reduce the risk of heart disease.
Soy proteins can interfere with the absorption of minerals, especially iron. It is not particularly rich in calcium, so choose soy milk that is enriched with calcium and vitamin D. It is important to shake soy milk before use as nutrients can fall to the bottom of the package.
Nutritional values
1 cup of soy milk contains:
• 100 calories
• total fat 4g
• carbohydrates 8g
• dietary fiber 1g
• sugars 6g
• proteins 7g
• calcium 300mg (25% of the recommended daily value)
• potassium 498% mg (14% of the recommended daily value)
Nutritional bonus
• Vitamin A – 10% of the recommended daily value
• Calcium – 25% of the recommended daily value
• Iron – 1% of the recommended daily value
• Vitamin D – 7% of the recommended daily value
• Vitamin B2 – 20% of the recommended daily value
• Magnesium – 9% of the recommended daily value
Almond milk
It is formed by soaking almonds which are then mixed, after which the resulting milk is strained. It often comes with flavors of chocolate or vanilla. It is a great choice for people who are allergic to cow’s, soy or rice milk. This milk goes great with smoothies, coffee and cakes.
Almond milk is an excellent source of calcium, it does not contain a lot of calories and saturated fatty acids. It is a natural source of vitamin E, a soluble vitamin that has antioxidant properties.
Almond milk is not particularly rich in B proteins and vitamins. Also do not drink it if you are allergic to nuts.
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Nutritional values
1 cup of almond milk contains:
• calories 60
• total fat 2.5g
• carbohydrates 8g
• dietary fiber 1g
• protein 1g
• calcium 180mg (20% of the recommended daily value)
Nutritional bonus
• Vitamin A – 20% of the recommended daily value
Iron – 2% of the recommended daily value
• Vitamin D – 25% of the recommended daily value
• Vitamin E – 50% of the recommended daily value
• Magnesium – 4% of the recommended daily value
Rice milk
It often comes enriched with vanilla extract. It is good for weight loss. It does not contain saturated fatty acids and contains 1 to 2g of unsaturated fatty acids per cup.
Rice milk is not as protein rich as cow’s milk. One cup contains only 1g of protein. Also, rice itself contains a lot of carbohydrates, and rice milk will contain twice as many carbohydrates as cow’s milk.
Nutritional values:
1 cup of rice milk contains:
• calories 120
• total fat 2g
• Cholesterol 0mg
• carbohydrates 24.8g
• protein 0.4g
Nutritional bonus
• Vitamin C – 2% of the recommended daily value
• Iron – 1% of the recommended daily value
Hemp milk
This milk could be one of the healthiest alternative versions of cow’s milk. It is completely legal and made from hemp seeds that do not contain THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), a psychoactive ingredient found in hemp.
Hemp milk is healthy, it has high levels of calcium and phosphorus, even more than cow’s milk. It is also rich in protein, contains saturated fatty acids and fiber which are great for your digestive system.
Hemp milk contains alpha linoleic acid which belongs to the group of omega 3 fatty acids and you can find it in flax seeds.
Still, hemp milk has a more intense flavor than soy and rice milk, so you may not like it.
Nutritional values
1 cup of hemp milk contains:
• calories 110
• total fat 7g
• carbohydrates 7g
• dietary fiber 1g
• protein 5g
• calcium 20mg (2% of the recommended daily value) Hemp milk contains alpha linoleic acid which belongs to the group of omega 3 fatty acids and you can find it in flax seeds.
Still, hemp milk has a more intense flavor than soy and rice milk, so you may not like it.
Nutritional values
1 cup of hemp milk contains:
• calories 110
• total fat 7g
• carbohydrates 7g
• dietary fiber 1g
• protein 5g
• calcium 20mg (2% of the recommended daily value)
Nutritional bonus
• Iron – 20% of the recommended daily value
Oat milk
It has a mild taste. It is great because it does not contain saturated fatty acids. Still, it contains high levels of carbohydrates, more than cow’s milk. It contains twice less protein than low-fat cow’s milk.
Nutritional bonus
• Iron – 20% of the recommended daily value
Oat milk
It has a mild taste. It is great because it does not contain saturated fatty acids. Still, it contains high levels of carbohydrates, more than cow’s milk. It contains twice less protein than low-fat cow’s milk.
Oat milk contains few calories, so it is a great choice for people who want to lose weight. You may not like the taste.
Nutritional values
1 cup of oat milk contains:
• calories 130
• total fat 2.5g
• cholesterol 0mg
• carbohydrates 24g
• dietary fiber 2g
• sugars 19g
• protein 4g
Coconut milk
Coconut meat and juice give the milk a creamy and rich taste. You can eat it with cereal or make a smoothie out of it. Still, some don’t like the intense and sweet taste of coconut milk.
Coconut milk is high in calories, it does not contain a lot of calcium and protein. If you plan to consume coconut milk, choose the low-fat variant.
Nutritional values
1 cup of coconut milk contains:
• calories 467
• total fat 50.5g
• cholesterol 0mg
• carbohydrates 6.6g
• protein 4.8g
• calcium 42.7mg (4% of the recommended daily value)
• potassium 521.4mg (14% of the recommended daily value)
Nutritional bonus
• Vitamin C – 4% of the recommended daily value
• Vitamin B1 – 3% of the recommended daily value
• Vitamin B3 – 7% of the recommended daily value
• Folic acid – 8% of the recommended daily value
• Magnesium – 26% of the recommended daily value
• Phosphorus – 22% of the recommended daily value
• Zinc – 8% of the recommended daily value
• Copper – 25% of the recommended daily value
• Manganese – 87% of the recommended daily value
Donkey’s milk is the body’s antibiotic
The old belief is that one should not ask farmers who keep donkeys exactly how many donkeys they have so that the business is not cursed. There is no world standard for microbiological safety for donkey milk. For donkey milk producers, the only option is to offer milk to end customers, consumers, people and their children who have problems with the respiratory tract, immunity and other diseases. Donkey’s milk has antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties and has long been known as the body’s natural “antibiotic”. It contains 60 times more vitamin C than cow’s milk. In terms of its ingredients, it is closest to breast milk, but it does not cause allergies. It is used as a substitute for cow’s milk (for children who are allergic to milk). It is especially suitable for infants, babies and younger children age. It is suitable for healthy intestines due to the large amounts of Lysozyme which is called the body’s antibiotic. Kids love to drink this milk because it is sweeter because of the lactose (the milk sugar it contains).
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Donkeys have always attracted the attention of curious and animal lovers. Kids love to ride donkeys or play with them. The job of breeding and caring for donkeys is unusual, difficult and good for people who have their own farms, and love these smart and hardworking animals. The business of raising donkeys and donkey milk and all dairy products is an interesting and unique business. Earnings from the sale of milk (and donkey milk by-products) can be a major source of income for a large family.
The healing properties of donkey’s milk are reflected in the fact that it cures bronchitis, asthma, lung diseases, dry cough, relieves allergies, strengthens immunity. Due to the small amount that donkeys give daily and the healing properties of this milk, a liter of donkey milk costs about 50 Euros. A kilo of cheese made from donkey’s milk costs about 100 Euros. The milk is stored frozen. It lasts a maximum of two years. Thaw at room temperature. It is heated in hot water to 30-40 ° C.
Some sources state that a search of the scientific literature has not found any human studies that have shown that any attempt has been made to investigate any effect of donkey milk on human health. Therefore, claims about the effect of donkey milk on human health have no basis in clinical trials.
Making cheese is a time consuming process. It takes one larger room painted white and darkened. At least 20 liters of milk are needed to produce cheese. The process takes about two years. The donkey foal is always cuddly and in a good mood. He loves the closeness of people and children. It always attracts the most attention. Donkeys are usually given one-word names by donkeys, for example: Grey, Whitey, Bambi, Blackie and the like. In the morning, the donkeys greet their masters with a moan. They always get along well with the owners and guests of these estates. Donkey milking is done in the morning. From three milking donkeys, about half a liter of milk is obtained. Donkeys give an average of 2.5 decilitres of milk per day. Young donkeys then have to be with them. If the young donkey refuses from the mother-donkey she does not give milk. The donkey mother must have visible contact with the foal to give milk, which should not suck all the milk. Donkey farms have a future. They can be a great foundation for rural tourism or popular Ethno villages.
How is donkey milk taken?
One deci-liter is the daily allowable dose of donkey milk. Adults are allowed to drink it at once. Children are given one deci-liter of milk three times a day. It is not recommended to boil donkey’s milk. This destroys all the medicinal ingredients.
If you give it to a child, it is enough to warm it up a bit. Dip the bottle in hot water. If you freeze the milk then heat it up it will lose much of its beneficial properties. Donkey milk is best used fresh.
Soap with donkey’s milk
It is suitable for dermatitis, psoriasis and sensitive skin. After bathing, the soap does not leave cracked skin or white spots on the skin.
Donkey milk soap has a hydrating effect on your skin. If you have problems when washing your body, your skin cracks or various soaps and baths leave white flakes and dehydrated skin, then we have the right solution for you.
Soap with donkey’s milk does not leave irritating skin, has a mild and hydrating effect on the skin, does not leave flakes after washing. Perfectly cleanses oily and dirty skin. The best combination is soap + cream (dry and combination skin), i.e. mask and soap (oily skin).
Natural cream with donkey’s milk
It is used for all skin diseases. It does not contain corticosteroids. Donkey milk cream is made from natural products with 0% chemistry. In addition to donkey’s milk, it also contains homemade beeswax, lavender essential oil and olive oil. Apply a natural substance on your largest organ (skin). There can be no contraindications. Donkey milk cosmetics have a hydrating effect on the skin. It cures many skin diseases (acne, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, cucumber diseases, burns, open wounds, eczema, dry and cracked skin).
SHAMPOO WITH DONKEY MILK
– Stop hair loss and dandruff
– Strengthen the root
– Get rid of greasy, dry and cracked hair
– Stimulate hair growth
– Give your hair shine and softness
Donkey milk shampoo contains: donkey milk, castor oil, olive oil, vitamins A, D3, C and provitamin B5 (D-panetnol).
– Castor oil is used to care for dry and dehydrated hair. Stimulates growth and prevents hair loss. It can be used by both men and women. It has a strong antifungal and anti-bacterial effect, thanks to the acids found in the oil. Castor oil helps maintain scalp moisture which in turn helps prevent hair follicles from dying too quickly. Prevents hair breakage.
– Olive oil raises the quality of hair. When used properly, big changes are noticed. Hair becomes flutterier, stronger and looks healthier. When you put olive oil on your hair, the oil coats each hair and makes the hair stronger and shinier. Benefits of olive oil: gives softness, stops hair bloom, gives strength, shine and raises hair quality, reduces dandruff
– Vitamin A stimulates follicles, which improves hair growth, and also helps in the formation of healthy sebum (sebum is responsible for the moisture of the hair roots).
– Vitamin C is an antioxidant that helps prevent premature aging (the appearance of gray hair) and dry hair.
– Vitamin D3 helps with hair growth, and it is used by hair follicles, where the hair actually begins the growth cycle. If you do not get enough of this vitamin, hair growth can be stopped.
– Provitamin B5 (D-panthenol) acts more as a protein than as a vitamin despite its origin. When we wash our hair with panthenol shampoo, this ingredient penetrates deep into the skin and permanently hydrates it. Hair that is properly hydrated is stronger and more elastic and that means less prone to breakage. That is why panthenol is the most common choice of people with delicate, brittle hair. Panthenol works in several ways. It repairs damaged hair, restores its elasticity, gives it the necessary moisture and flexibility.
Donkey’s milk is known for its healing properties. From ancient times, people have had a high opinion about the benefits and benefits of donkey milk for both health and vitality and beauty of the body. Cleopatra is known to have made milk baths to keep her skin soft and youthful. The Greeks prescribed it as a remedy for many health ailments. The Romans considered it a luxury drink that was served on exceptional occasions and for esteemed guests. Hippocrates prescribed donkey’s milk as a remedy for many ailments. Among other things, poisonings that have historically played a significant role in gaining power and positions. Hippocrates was the first man to prescribe this high protein milk in the treatment of acne and scarring.
Milk is a natural skin moisturizer. It has been used in cosmetics for centuries. Soothes and moisturizes the skin. Caseins, natural proteins from milk are easily absorbed into the skin. They help to quickly hydrate dry skin. In addition, it is a light abrasive, which helps remove dead cells from the skin. Donkey’s milk has a composition most similar to breast milk. It contains an extremely high amount of fatty acids, vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, D and E, minerals and proteins that make the skin soft and silky. It is a natural source of alpha-hydroxy acids that remove dead skin cells. It is very effective for the care of dry skin, and is a natural skin firmer, delays the formation of wrinkles and regenerates the skin. It can be used by people with sensitive skin and newborns. Donkey’s milk has been recommended as a medicine since ancient times. Cleopatra reportedly kept her skin youthful by bathing in donkey’s milk. Napoleon’s wife Josephine used donkey’s milk.
The various types of milk contained in hair masks solve all hair problems dandruff, brittle and brittle hair, oily hair and more).
Milk is a rich source of protein, calcium and fat that are good for the health of the body and the beautiful appearance of hair. Milk masks help solve many hair problems. Hair gives shine, strength and smoothness. For example, sour milk is used for masks which is excellent in repairing damaged tops. For oily hair care fat-free milk or coconut milk is good. Generally speaking, it is best to use homemade milk, especially goat’s milk, to make hair masks.

Recipes with various types of milk for hair care:

Moisturizing mask: mix 100 ml of milk (high in fat) and 2 tablespoons of liquid honey. Add one egg yolk and a teaspoon of olive oil.
Hair Shine Mask: Heat sour milk. Apply it on the scalp. Arrange the dully hair. Cover your hair with plastic wrap and a towel. After 30 minutes, wash your hair with shampoo.
Hair shine mask: mix 200 ml of milk with 200 ml of chamomile tea. Add a few drops of apple cider vinegar. Rinse clean washed hair with this mixture (try to keep it on your hair for 3-5 minutes). Rinse with warm water.
Hair strengthening mask: mix one egg yolk, a little sour milk and one tablespoon of castor oil. Cover your hair with plastic wrap. Rinse your hair after one hour.
Mask for oily hair: mix with a mixer 100 ml of milk with two tablespoons of honey and one banana. Apply to damp hair. Rinse after 30 minutes.
Anti-hair loss mask: mix 100 ml of warm coconut milk and 2 teaspoons of lemon juice.
Apply the masks on dry and unwashed hair. After 30-60 minutes, rinse with room temperature water. Unless otherwise written.

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