Everyone wanted one day to eat something healthy and nutritious for their breakfast or snack. The first thing that comes to mind is eating yogurt.
A food produced by the fermentation of milk by some sexually transmitted bacteria Lactobacillus And streptococcus. Healthy and nutritious thanks to the presence of calcium, vitamins, phosphorous and probiotic yeasts that aid digestion and strengthen the immune system.
However, it often happens that when opening the packaging, you see a semitransparent liquid on its surface. We’ve all wondered at least once in our lives what that could be.
Many believe that there is a problem with storage, many people tend to throw away milk for fear it will harm them. Instead, others don’t ask themselves too many questions, mix this liquid with the creamy portion.
Nobody would ever imagine that this part of yogurt that we all hate and throw out for fear it harms our health is actually the thing most. Nutritious.
But what is this liquid?
It is not water and nothing can harm our health. It is simply whey. This liquid, during transportation, due to the temperature difference, separates only from the creamy part of the milk.
Because this fluid should never be disposed of
Nobody would ever guess that this portion of yogurt that we all hate and throw out for fear it harms our health is actually the most nutritious.
True, when opening the package, it is not very pleasant to see this liquid on the surface. But not everyone knows that when mixed with a creamy batter, it makes yogurt tastier and more nutritious.
This whey is rich in calcium, phosphorous, and probiotics. A very good combination for your health. Especially for the little ones.
So we are no longer making the mistake of throwing out this portion of the yogurt because we are going to throw out all of its important bits.
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