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Interesting facts about milk
Cow does not produce milk until it bears the calf.
Cow udder contains from 11 up to 23 liters of milk.
Goat’s milk - the basic component of such cheeses, as feta, caprino and rocamadour.
At ancient Russia the frog was putted to milk to prevent it get sour.
The weight of the average dairy cow is equal to weight of adult male polar bear.
Cow produces average 90 glasses of milk per day, i.e. about 200.000 glasses of milk during it’s life
Water content in milk accounts for 85-95% of the total volume. The rest consists of vitamins, fibers, carbohydrates and fats.
Before the milking device has been invented, farmers could milk around six cows per hour, and today this figure has increased up to hundred cows per hour.
Camel milk is not turned. It is easily consumed by people suffering of lactose intolerance, and contains more vitamin C than cow’s milk. Camel milk - the basic food for people of deserts and inhabitants of Somalia.
Milk helps to deduce a fresh ink spot easily. It is recommended to wipe with milk gilded frames and mirrors.
According to archeologic data, during neolith people could not yet drink animal’s milk - their organism had no gene necessary for lactose digestion. This ability came to our ancestors later due to genetic mutation.
Human body digests milk due to special enzyme - lactose. Initially it was developed only in organism of chest children. However some people had "defect" due to which enzyme was developed by their intestines during all life. Ability to drink milk has given them competitive advantage among the inhabitants of Northern Europe, who experienced lack of calcium and vitamin D. They and their posterity were healthier. Gradually this gene was spread among all inhabitants of Northern Europe. This gene did not appear among Chinese, natives of America, Australia and East Africa, people of the North, therefore they do not drink milk.
Most likely, the human began to consume animal’s milk for the first time in 8-9th millennium B.C. while peoples of Middle East managed to cultivate sheeps and goats. In the 7th millennium at the territory of modern Turkey people started to graze cows.
Cow’s milk is the most consumed kind of milk - its annual manufacturing exceeds 400 million tons.
The fattest kinds of milk - milk of seals (level of fat in it exceeds 50 %) and whales (up to 50 % of fat). The least fat milk is given by donkeys and horses.
An ancient sign that during thunder-storm milk get sour faster also exists now when conditions of manufacture and storage of milk have changed significantly. Biochemists believe, that the main reason is long-wave electromagnetic impulses, however the reasons of this phenomenon are not studied yet properly.
By the way, scientists from McMasters University in the USA concluded that milk heavy users train at fitness clubs more effectively. They found out, that women who drink two glasses of milk per day after training in gym lose more fat and better tighten their muscles, than those who consume power drinks.
From the web site www.omoloke.com