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Differences Between Organic Milk And Regular Milk

Kids and adults alike love to drink milk. A hearty breakfast wouldn’t be complete without a fresh hot cup of milk. And at night, drinking milk is a good way to send our body to sleep. We are always taught that we need to drink milk because it is a very nutritious beverage. Milk is also known as a complete food because of its rich content of vitamins and minerals.

Milk can be classified as organic or regular. If we select the right kind of milk, our body will become healthier. If you want a healthier and better immune system, choose organic milk. But is regular milk that bad? In this article, let us find out the differences between organic milk and regular milk.

Organic milk is produced from cows that only eat grass gown in a natural environment. The grass they eat is not treated with any kind of fertilizer or chemical. The cows also do not go under hormonal treatment for the purpose of increasing milk production. In other words, organic milk is produced from cows which are only raised in natural environments without any artificial additives.

On the contrary, regular milk is produced from cows that eat chemically treated grass. Or the cows may even be kept in barns and only fed on grains. Cows producing organic milk, on the other hand, are left in the pastures to feed natural grass. The cows that produce regular milk are also injected with hormones in order to increase their milk production. Because of their intake of synthetic hormones and antibiotics, the milk produced can result to a lower shelf compared to organic milk.

Even though we know that anything organic is likely healthier, is regular milk not nutritious and safe to drink also? Both kinds of milk are equally nutritious and safe. Even if regular milk is produced from cows that eat chemically treated grass, studies have shown that the quality of milk in terms of nutrition and safety is not affected. Regular milk won’t be sold if it doesn’t pass government standards. So even if you buy regular milk, you can still get the nutrition you need and you won’t need to be worried about chemical poisoning.

However, if you still want to be sure, you can opt for the high priced organic milk with assured nutrition and safety. The price of organic milk is often double the price of regular milk. The manufacturers of organic milk make sure that they only deliver the best quality milk through natural production. Even if organic milk is pricier than regular milk, there are still a lot of people who won’t mind paying a higher price for the benefit of safety and nutrition.

With regards to the taste, many people claim that organic milk is creamier and sweeter than regular milk. They say that regular milk is more watery and less sweet than organic milk. Nevertheless, it depends on people’s preferences.

Again, if you say yes to organic milk, you are also helping the environment. It only means that you probably don’t support anyone who uses chemicals and synthetic hormones, which can have a bad effect on the environment.

Summary:

  1. Organic milk is produced from cows that only eat grass grown in a natural environment. On the contrary, regular milk is produced from cows that eat chemically treated grass.

  2. The cows that produce regular milk are injected with synthetic hormones to increase milk production, wherein organic milk does not contain these hormones.

  3. Both organic and regular milks are equally nutritious and safe to drink.

  4. Organic milk is creamier and sweeter than regular milk.

  5. Organic milk is pricier than regular milk.


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