Ivanovka curd - 1kg
Curd and its benefits
Curd is a thickened milk product which is one of the beneficial foods for the human body.
In the composition of the curd along with protein, fat and milk sugar there are many methionine and lysine amino acids, calcium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, etc., which are indispensable. According to fatty content, curd can be in Oil-rich (at least 18%), half-fat (9%), and dehydrated (0.6%) species. Caloric content of 100 g of fatty curd is 230 kcal (960 kc). 1 kg of curd is made of 5,9-6,9 kg of milk with 3,0-3,5% of fatty content. Currently, more than 55 types of curd (curd cake, cream, etc.) are produced.
It is very beneficial for babies in the 6th-7th month. The baby can only eat curd, which is intended as a special baby food. Curd should be taken in the first ages with ½ teaspoon, and then this can gradually increase up to 30 g for food intake. This is usually a lunch portion. This meal can be particularly delicious with fruit puree.
Curd regulates metabolism, facilitates the digestion process. It contains vitamins B1, B2, B12 and Vitamin D, which eliminates germs that cause gastrointestinal disorders. Also, curd contains calcium and phosphorus, which reinforce microelements, teeth and bones. Calcium plays a major role in the health of the nervous system and eyes.