- It is not milk
- It is made up of urea, caustic soda, refined oil (cheap cooking oil) and common detergents.
- Detergents are used as they emulsify and dissolve the oil in water giving the frothy solution, the characteristic white colour of milk. Refined oil is used as a substitute for milk fat. Caustic soda is added to the blended milk to neutralize the acidity and preventing it from turning sour during transport. Urea/sugar are added for solid–not–fat (SNF).
- It looks like natural milk, except in taste and nutritional qualities.
- It is normally mixed with milk and then sold in the market
- It is carcinogenic in humans
- Urea and caustic soda can harm liver and kidneys.
- Caustic soda with high sodium content is harmful for patients with high blood pressure.
- Caustic soda also deprives the body from utilizing lysine, an essential amino acid in milk, which is required by growing babies.
Monday, August 4, 2014
Beware of Synthetic Milk
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