Curd VS Milk: THIS dairy product is better for weight loss

Curd VS Milk: We often love to have curd and milk with other dishes. But if you are on a weight loss and have to choose between the two, then read below to find out which one of the two is better for weight loss.
Curd VS Milk: THIS dairy product is better for weight lossCurd VS Milk: THIS dairy product is better for weight loss
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When it comes to dairy products, there two dairy products that are consumed widely, especially in India, and they are curd and milk. Especially when it comes to weight loss, there's a constant battle to choose between the one. Some people say that since curd is good for digestion and is packed with probiotics, it should be added to the daily diet. While others say that milk is packed with calcium, and hence should be added to the diet. If you love both and find it difficult to choose between the two, then don't worry we've got you covered with this one. These points will help you understand which one is better and why.

 

Read below to find out how curd is better thank and why you should consider adding it your diet right away.  

 

Digestion:

 

A good digestive system is essential for the better functioning of the body. The bacteria present in curd is better for our digestive tract. Hence, when you have an upset stomach, you are often advised to consume curd and stay off milk since it has lactose, which is not good for the system.

 

Gut:

 

Gut issues are common in today’s time due to the overload of processed foods in our diets. Curd with veggies like spinach are great for your gut and can be eaten on an alternate basis as well. 

 

Probiotic:

 

Curd has probiotics, unlike milk. Probiotics are vital for your digestive system, and curd is the cheapest and easiest form of probiotics. 

 

Great for people who are lactose intolerant:

 

Cow’s milk has a higher amount of lactose than milk from other animals. When it comes to curd, it can be replaced with multiple options. You can eat soy yoghurt, greek yoghurt or almond yoghurt since all of them ensure maximum protein for those suffering from lactose intolerance.

 

Calcium:

 

Milk ranks higher than curd in terms of calcium content. 100 g of milk contains 125 mg of calcium, whereas 100 g of curd has a lower calcium content of approximately 85 mg. So if you want to up your calcium intake, milk will be a better choice.

 

Milk cannot be consumed with all the fruits:

 

Milk is not bad for your body, but milk in combination with other fruits is not good. If you use papaya with milk- it can upset your stomach. Since milk is a meal in itself, combining it with other food groups is not a good option. However, the curd is added to fruits and veggies. 

 

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