Cow’s milk is the most available source of calcium and phosphorus which can be found in nature.
It is recommended for people of all ages to consume half a liter to one liter of milk a day. It is very important for children and adolescents to consume this type of food, especially people in need for the rapid restoration of tissue.
Our daily needs, depending on the age, are somewhere between 800 and 1,200 mg of calcium, while only 100 ml of fresh milk contains between 100 and 150 mg, which classifies milk as one of the most essential ingredients for the functioning of the human organism.
Cow’s milk has a high content of highly valuable proteins (3 – 4 g per 100 ml). The milk proteins contain important amino acids that are necessary for a normal tissue regeneration, growth and development of the body, boosting the immune system, making the formed blood elements (erythrocytes, leukocytes) and for everything that protects our body against various diseases.
It’s not necessary to boil fresh milk.