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    Is milk acidic?

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Is milk acidic?

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Milk is acidic, but by general standards, it is an alkaline food. If a certain food contains a large amount of chlorine, sulfur or phosphorus, the metabolic by-products in the body will be acidic, making it an acidic food, such as fish, shellfish, meat, eggs, etc. On the other hand, if the content of alkaline substances such as calcium and potassium in the food is high and the metabolic by-products in the body are alkaline, they are alkaline foods, such as vegetables, fruits, beans, milk, etc. Since human body fluids are slightly alkaline, eating alkaline foods is beneficial to the body.

In industrial production, milk packaging must be aseptic. Aseptic packaging can effectively extend the shelf life of milk because milk packaged under aseptic conditions is less susceptible to contamination by bacteria and other microorganisms, thereby slowing down the spoilage process of milk. Aseptic packaging can also effectively preserve the nutritional content of milk, because milk packaged under aseptic conditions will not be contaminated and oxidized by the external environment, thus maintaining the nutritional value of milk. In addition, aseptic packaging can improve the overall quality of milk because milk packaged under aseptic conditions is less susceptible to the influence of the external environment, thereby maintaining the taste and quality of the milk.


Post time: Jul-09-2024