You may have heard this term be used in regard to milk. Pasteurization is a very important step used the process of making milk beneficial to its drinkers. This part of the process is used to kill any harmful things within the milk, the harmful microorganisms are destroyed by heating the milk. When the milk reaches a certain temperature it is then cooled for storage and shipped. Milk that is pasteurized may be healthier but that does not mean it does not have a perishable date, however it’s used by date is increased because of such things as pasteurization. Also as time has passed a new process has been created. This process is called ‘Ultrapasteurization’ or ‘ultra high temp treatment’ – this heats the milk to a higher temperature than normal pasteurization but for a shorter time. This means the process of pasteurization is quicker, and production will be more efficient and effective.
Milk had been used for human nutrition since the dawn of time. It was said to be used as Food during the Secondary Products Revolution during 5000 BC.
Animals were not just used for meat, but dairy products from these cattle were utilized and the animals were domesticated. The dairy products were said to have turned ‘uncultivated grasslands’ in to sustenance. People were gaining both value and health from the cow, whilst also prolonging the animals life.
Also not only cows produce milk, but a wide range of animals do.
Here is a list of the known animals that produce milk:
And even in Russia and Sweden, some Moose dairy products exist.
Taylor Swift! The first of July this year Taylor Swift was featured in Got Milk campaigns new advertisement. The country sensation rocks the milk moustache, accompanied by a pair of skinny-leg jeans and her guitar.
It was not her first advertisement with Got Milk? One of her earlier statements reads:
SWIFT PICK: In this business you’ve got to be decisive. So I choose milk. Some studies suggest that teens who choose milk instead of sugary drink tend to be learner and the protein helps build muscles. So eat right, exercise and drink 3 glasses of low fat or fat free milk a day. Music to my ears.
Ms. Swift always brings charm and grace to anything she is in and what a noble cause.
‘The main reason milk is a good after-workout (or before if you like milk-burp like a baby ) drink is that it is 80% whey and 20% casein. So you get good amounts of fast and slow proteins to replenish your body.
People who train and those watching their waists prefer low fat because it cuts calories. Skim also lowers cholesterol (better than whole, but whole still lowers triglycerides).
But (and here's one of those controversial issues again, so read and take from it what you will): Researchers in Texas found that drinking whole milk after lifting weights boosts muscle protein synthesis 2.8 times more than skim milk. So if you're thin and bulking up, brave the farts and drink whole milk after lifting.’ Very interesting stuff – What do you think?
The Got Milk? Campaign has been one of the largest of its time. The campaignwas an American Advertising featuring people to consume milk regularly.
This campaign has been running since 1993 to today and the support from celebrities around the globe has been ridiculously good. Some of these celebs include: Angelina Jolie Ashley Tisdale Beyonce Billie Ray Cyrus Chris Bown Christian Bale KISS Lebron James
Really anyone you can think of has been apart of the campaign. We salute you fine upstanding citizens.
New studies have found that without Milk and Calcium in ones diet, it can effect you in negative ways.
Some of the findings have shown that one can suffer from:
Osteoporosis: Caused by the inadequate intake of calcium. Partiularly if you are female you are very likely to suffer from Osteoporosis, a disease characterized by extreme bone loss. Colon cancer: People who drink milk regularly are less likely to develop colon cancer, studies have shown. Blood Pressure: As a result of research found in the United States, a large intake of Vegetables, Fruits and regular calcium will lower the blood pressure than fruit on its own. Type 2 Diabetes: Over 10 years a study was conducted on over 3,000 overweight adults and it was found that when these adults drank milk and ate dairy products the risk of Type 2 diabetes decreased in young adults.
Here are some more fun facts about cows and milk to keep you entertained and loving Moo Milk! - One cow can make around 90 glasses of milk each day. - In a cow's life time they can make around 200,000 glasses of milk in their life-time. - No other drink in the world contains the nutrients of milk, and that’s just one more reason as to why it is so important and special. - Kids need milk when they are young as it provides them with important nutrients needed in order to grow. - When children are developing it is also important for them to have milk as their skeletal system is developing and replace bone mass around every two years – this is of course until they reach maturity. - Milk was first delivered in plastic bottles in 1964, before this it was delivered in glass bottles. - Without the protein content contained within milk, milk would not nearly be as frothy. - In 1894 milking machines were created, but up to that date farmers would milk cows by hand and would get through an average of six cows every sixty minutes. Now with new technology farmers can milk up to 100 cows per sixty minutes. - Milk began to be delivered to homes in 1942.
Moo Milk is not only just the coolest drink on and off the playground, Moo Milk is healthy and delicious. You’ll be the envy of everyone at lunch, on the playground, at the park, even at the gym when you’re drinking Moo Milk!
Moo Milk is fun for the whole family!
Enjoy some fun facts about cows and milk: - All cows are female, any cattle that is male is referred to as a Bull. - 90% of the world's milk supply is from dairy cows like Mooky. - With regard to cheese, it takes 10 pounds of milk to make one pound of cheese, and 21 pounds of milk to make a pound of butter. And 12 pounds of milk to make a one gallon of ice cream. - In the United States of America, milk costs more than gasoline in a lot of areas. - Despite the texture of milk (creamy), it contains nearly 80-95% of water. The volume of the milk comes from proteins, carbohydrates, nutritious vitamins and natural fat. - When milking a cow, it will take nearly 345 squirts from an udder to produce one whole gallon of milk. - A cow's udder will hold around 25 to 50 pounds of pure milk.