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Why Homogenized Milk is Better?

As health consciousness is increasing among consumers, dairy producers are also bringing new techniques to make products that fulfill the desire of consumers.

Do you know what the most common practice to make milk healthier is?


Well, you must have heard about this term, homogenization. And worry not, if you have not, because that is what we are going to explain.

In homogenization, the fat globules are broken up and dispersed; homogenized milk is smoother. Apparently, when we consume unprocessed milk, we absorb fat—3.35 percent of milk—, too, with other essential nutrients such as calcium and vitamin A and D. And everybody knows what fat does to a body functions.

Homogenization regulates the fat content in milk and its products. Homogenized milk contains less than 0.5 percent fat. Ananda understands the need of health conscious consumers, and produces low fat flavoured milk and skimmed products.

How homogenized milk can help you? 

When you consume homogenized milk, you get all the nutrients and vitamins you need, without fat. It is one of the best sources of calcium—calcium is found in milk solids, not fat—as skimmed milk contains more calcium than full cream milk. Moreover, you get full dose of Vitamin D, antioxidants, potassium and magnesium, which helps to regulate blood pressure.

After reading this blog, it must be clear to you, how skimmed milk is a better source of nutrients than full cream. Start your day with Ananda’s best double toned milk, which helps you to enjoy every moment of your life.

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