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Powdered milk is the preferred alternative to natural milk for many women, and there are two types of dried milk, they are skimmed, and full-fat, and powdered milk is a multi-use ingredient in every woman’s kitchen, it is used in preparing sweets and various recipes and when drinking tea Or Nescafe and coffee
Powdered milk such as raw milk is a good source of protein, calcium, potassium, phosphorous and other vitamins.
Powdered milk benefits include:
Milk is a rich source of protein, especially casein and whey protein. These proteins in milk are considered “complete proteins” which means that they contain all the essential amino acids that will enable your body to function at its best. Amino acids aid the body’s growth and development, promote rapid repair of your cells and regulate immune system function. Milk also contains vitamins A, D, E and K. Vitamin A helps cell growth and differentiation, Vitamin E helps regulate the immune system by stimulating the body’s response to disease, and Vitamin K helps blood clot properly.
The calcium in milk provides adequate amounts of the daily calcium requirement. Calcium and the combination of other nutrients found in milk (phosphorous, potassium, and protein) are essential for maintaining healthy bones, so including milk in your daily diet can protect you from bone-related risks such as fractures, osteoporosis, and osteoporosis, especially in old age. Since there is currently no cure for osteoporosis, it has been found that drinking milk daily is associated with reduced progression of the disease.
Whey protein, one of the highest quality proteins in milk, contains BCAAs, which help build your muscles and provide adequate energy during exercise, reducing the chances of muscle wasting caused by lack of physical activity and age-related muscle loss. It can also be used as a replacement for those who drink protein shakes in their pre and post workout routine.
This is because it contains potassium, which lowers blood pressure, reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease.
You can use and store unopened packages of powdered milk from two to ten years from the expiry date printed on the package, and the shelf life of the milk powder depends on the type, for example, skim milk lasts longer than whole milk. As for open milk containers, they are of course like any other ingredient that has a specific shelf life, and most of its manufacturers believe that it is suitable for use after opening for a period of 18 months, but is it suitable for use after this date? No, it is recommended to use powdered milk within only three months of opening the package, and it can be easier for you to record the date of opening the milk package to know the appropriate time for its use.
Signs of spoiled milk powder
Throw away powdered milk that produces a foul odor or yellow color. These are signs that the milk has spoiled. If the package appears to contain moisture, it may have been exposed to mold and bacteria growth, so it’s best to throw it away if you have any doubts.