Important benefits of buttermilk made from cow’s milk

Buttermilk is nectar for diabetic patients

A diabetic patient must take 2 glasses of fresh thin buttermilk prepared from cow’s milk with only 2.5 spoons of curd i.e. buttermilk with cumin seeds, sweet neem leaves, black pepper, long pepper, dry ginger, rock salt in 1 glass of water after meals. Milk should always be set in a clay or silver vessel. Silver is light and the thing set in silver is easily digestible.

Buttermilk is nectar for diabetic patients
On consuming buttermilk in silver, digestive juices start getting released automatically. The protein in buttermilk contains 22 types of amino acids, glycine, alanine, valine, leucine, phenylalanine, tyrosine, serine, cysteine, proline, hydroxyproline, glutamic acid, hydroxyglutamic acid, aspartic acid, tryptophan, arginine, histidine, lysine, methionine, dodecanoamino acid, ammonia, phosphorus, sulfur, 25 types of metal elements, 8 types of enzymes, 19 types of nitrogen lactochrome, creatine, urea, thiocyanic acid, orotic acid, hypoxanthine, xanthine, uric acid, choline, trimethylamine, trimethylamine oxide, methyl guanidine, ammonia bases, 4 types of phosphorus compounds, free phosphate, phosphate mixed with casein, cephalin, diamino monophosphatide, three acid solvents, central phosphorus compounds, sodium, potassium, calcium, zinc, Chromium, phosphorus, chlorine, iodine, chloride, sulphate, silica, fluorine, aluminium, iron, cobalt, copper, manganese, magnesium, 60 types of digestive juices, conjugated linoleic acid, carbohydrate, carotene, vitamin A and A-1, vitamin B-1, vitamin B-2, vitamin B-3, vitamin B-12, vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B-9, vitamin B-6, vitamin D, vitamin H i.e. biotin, choline, 11 types of lubricants oleic, palmitic, stearic, myristic, butyric, caproic, caprylic, lauric, arachidic, capric, linoleic are present. The amount of calcium in sweet neem leaf is 805 mg. The amount of magnesium in cumin is the highest at 475 mg. The amount of calcium in black pepper is 1350 mg. For digestion, 2 glasses of thin buttermilk is essential after meals because buttermilk is nectar for diabetic patients. There are four stomachs in the digestive system of Mother Cow.

Buttermilk is effective in cancer
In the first stomach, rumen, while digesting the fatty elements present in the food by the microbes present there, unsaturated fatty acid gets released and undergoes biohydrogenation and combines with free hydrogen to produce CLA. Bacteria called Butyrivibrio fibrisolvens are present in the stomach of the lactating Mother Cow which converts linoleic acid into conjugated linoleic acid. 30 mg of CLA is found in the stomach of Mother Cow which grazes on green pastures. In summer, 2 to 3 times more CLA is found in the milk of the cow which grazes on green pastures in the forests. After reaching human blood and cells, CLA produces some enzymes that prevent tumor formation or cell wall destruction such as arginine, decarboxylase or protein kinase-CR cytochrome-P-450 which are considered to be cancer-causing factors. CLA either prevents the formation of these substances or reduces their quantity to a great extent or reduces their possibility to a great extent.

A study was conducted on rats to use CLA on cancer. CLA was found useful in preventing large intestine cancer in rats. When CLA was started to be given 2 weeks before the cancer was caused, there was a great reduction in breast cancer. According to a study conducted in Australia, the amount of anti-cancer elements in the blood naturally increases by consuming cow’s milk, curd, buttermilk, butter, and ghee. Due to the awareness of CLA in the world, regular consumption of cow milk and milk products has helped in preventing cancer of the esophagus, lungs, chest, pancreas, large intestine, prostate, bladder, mouth, throat, teeth, brain, blood, bone, uterus, cervix, uterine tumor, lymph node, kidney, eye. Leonic acid is found in some vegetable oils like margarine. However, it cannot be converted into CLA without the help of bacteria. Conjugated Leonic acid is not available in any other product.

Only naturally occurring CLA is useful for the body. In India, CLA has been known for a long time. Earlier, cows were reared in every household for this reason. CLA is found in maximum quantity in butter, cheese, yogurt, curd, and condensed milk. Maximum CLA is found when cow ghee is prepared at 120 degrees.

Buttermilk controls cholesterol completely
Cow ghee contains 2.5 to 3.5 percent CLA. CLA is negligible in non-vegetarian food. 4.5 mg CLA is present in cow’s milk. If the cow is fed food without chemical fertilizers, 8 mg CLA is found in milk. The developed countries of the world have completely banned 30 poisonous pesticides in their countries. Very few people in the world have complete scientific knowledge of the benefits of CLA. CLA also plays an important role in preventing diabetes. Buttermilk completely controls cholesterol.

Buttermilk keeps the heart muscles soft
It keeps the blood always thin. Keeps the heart muscles soft. Controls the heartbeat completely. Buttermilk completely cures heart disease in 6 months. To get more information, read Gau Granth written by Sahdev Bhatia. And join his YouTube channel. Jai Gau Mata Jai ​​Gopal Akhil Vishwa Kamdhenu Sevak Astrologer Ankit Rawal Brahmin Sirohi Rajasthan.