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Gir Cow Milk: The Wealthy Nutrition for Human Health

Vitthalrao B. Khyade


It protects the consumer from all the types of lifestyle disorders. Gir cow milk is with amino acid that helps human being to fight with diseases (examples: pains in joints; asthma; obesity; insomnia). Gir cow milk protects the cells of colon from causing cancer. It helps human body to develop strong immunity. Gir cow milk has the properties of antioxidation. Gir cow milk is a rich source of calcium that helps human body to build strong bones. Various studies show that the Gir cow milk helps patients to overcome from arthritis like problems. It prevents the formation of serum cholesterol in the body. It reduces the acidity problem and increases metabolism. Gir cow milk is considered good for kidney. Proper functioning of human heart depends on the level of potassium. The Gir cow milk is rich in potassium contents.


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