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      Curd : Nutritional Information and Health Benefits - Dr. Bipin Vibhute
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      An essential component of Indian meals is curd. It is consumed by homes all throughout the nation and in many other countries. Despite being around for millennia, it has recently received praise for being a wholesome superfood – a nutrient-rich meal that is said to be particularly good for health and wellbeing!

      Let’s see how curd is formed – Curd is formed by a BIOCHEMICAL PROCESS or process which we call FERMENTATION, in Fermentation, bacteria and other microorganisms process one substance and convert it into another substance, such as milk into curd. The one that gives white colour to milk is due to the CASEIN PROTEIN present in it, and the one that makes it sweet is LACTOSE SUGAR.

      Bacteria that make milk curd, take very little time to increase in number, so curd is ready in a few hours, but these bacteria need the right temperature to grow and survive, around 35 to 45 degrees, that’s why we curd in lukewarm milk and not in hot or cold temperature. Because if the milk is hot, it kills all the bacteria and the milk splits completely and separates the water, if the milk is completely cold or kept in the fridge, then the bacteria cannot grow at such a low temperature and Milk remains as milk, curd cannot be made.

      Here, you can discover the truth about the nutritional value of curd and understand why it’s so worthwhile.

      • The water content of curd is about 80%. So, if you consume it often, you won’t feel dehydrated.
      • Since curd contains roughly 12% protein, it has a high protein concentration.
      • Methionine, an essential amino acid that might shield your liver from fat, is present in high concentrations in curd, which is good news.
      • There are just about 3% carbs and very little lactose in curd. It follows that those who are lactose intolerant can readily digest milk.
      • Natural curd has 25% fat on average. These mono-unsaturated fatty acids are good for you because they don’t oxidise
      • Carbohydrates:  4 .7  gms
      • Fat :  3 .3  gms  
      • Calcium: 85 gms
      • Calcium and phosphorus are both abundant in curd, but milk has a higher concentration of both.
      • Riboflavin, Vitamin A, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, and Pantothenic Acid are also abundant in curd.

      How does it help in Diabetes, Jaundice and other Liver Issues :

      • CURD is one cure for all digestive issues: Nowadays, we hear from 70%  of people we meet that they have digestion problems, so if all such people eat a bowl of curd (without sugar) daily, which improves your digestive system in a few days, it is beneficial for our stomach. It Keeps the level of acids balanced. If the curd is included in your diet, then it digests other substances better and nourishes the body properly.
      • Curd makes skin healthy and shiny   – Vit E and zinc presence
      • Controls hair fall: Through LActi acid that provides nutrients and minerals to the scalp
      • helps women  in maintaining Vaginal Health: by maintaining the PH level
      • keeps Oral Infection away: by the good bacteria present in it
      • helps in positive mental health: by calming

      It is undeniable that curd is packed with nutrients and is essential for maintaining your health. Every home has this superfood, which is best ingested every day for optimum outcomes.