Is non homogenized milk easier to digest?
XO is normally attached to the fat globules in milk.
However, when these fat globules are in their natural large-sized state prior to homogenization, they are not easily absorbed by the gut wall.
After homogenization, the milk fat is easily absorbed, and the attached XO gains much greater access to the bloodstream..
What is non homogenised milk?
Well, when milk has the cream floating at the top, that means it’s non-homogenised milk. It can be fun to see the cream floating at the top of the milk but sometimes you might prefer if that creamy goodness is mixed all the way through the milk.
What’s the difference between homogenised and non homogenised milk?
Homogenised milk has been processed through a very fine channel at a high pressure to redistribute the creamy layers into smaller particles that stay suspended in the milk throughout the milk, whereas non-homogenised milk hasn’t been through this process.
How do you drink non homogenized milk?
Other people believe non-homogenized milk tastes better and like the cream top. The cream at the top can be mixed in with the milk – poke it with the end of a spoon handle to push it in the bottle, and then give the bottle a good shake. Or you can scoop the cream out and just eat it.
Why is homogenised milk bad?
Homogenised milk is hazardous to your health. Homogenised milk has smaller particles as compared to non-homogenised milk. As a result, during digestion, the tiny particles are absorbed by the bloodstream directly and thereby causing harm to your health. Homogenised milk is also known to cause cancer and heart disease.
Can you drink Unhomogenised milk?
Just drink unhomogenised, preferably organic, milk. Milk from cow’s who eat grass. Problem is the law doesn’t force manufacturers to say on the packaging whether the milk is homogenised, so it’s hard to tell until you get your eye in.