Data Regarding the Nutritional, Functional and Sensory Quality of Bio Milk
AbstractMany researches point out the overall superior bio milk quality compared to conventional milk. If in what concerns the fat and protein content data are variable, even contradictory sometimes, all the authors agree that bio milk contains a higher percent of polyunsaturated acids, ?-3 fat acids, fat-soluble vitamins (E), beta-carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin. On the other hand, bio milk has a lower content of undesirable compounds (such as heavy metals, pesticides, antibiotics, mycotoxins, allophatic drugs) than the conventional milk. Qualitatively differences have their origin in the different feeding system, animal welfare and health management of the herds.
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