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Frequently Asked Questions

1.How is Naturz Fresh milk different from other milk providers?

• We at Naturz Fresh do not engage with other farmer to procure cow milk.

• We have our own farm where the cows are milked twice a day and natural, fresh, and unadulterated milk is delivered to the consumers within 12 -18 hours from milking.

• Our milk is Natural & unadulterated because there is no addition of milk powder or preservatives, and we use scientific quality testing of milk for adulteration and nutrient values at every stage.

2.How is Naturz Fresh milk different from other milk providers?

• We offer unadulterated and additives-free dairy products such as Milk, Paneer, Ghee etc.

• You can check all the items at our Product Page on the website or place an order directly by calling us on 8779439884 .

3.Do you charge for your home deliveries?

• We deliver farm fresh milk and an array of other dairy products directly to your doorstep without any delivery charges

4.What is the timing of your milk delivery?

• We deliver milk and other products to our customers from 5 am to 10 pm every day.

• Customers can opt for delivery time as per their convenience subject to availability & order ***.

5.Which cow breeds do you use for your milk?

• We procure fresh milk from Desi Cows only

6.Can I place my order on alternative days?

• It totally depends on your milk consumption, but we gladly provide flexibility for you to order daily or on alternate days/weeks.

• You could schedule your orders by informing us a day prior atleast according to your convenience and availability.

7.Difference between A1 and A2 type milk?

• Casein is the largest group of proteins in milk, making up about 80% of total protein content. There are several types of casein in milk, and beta-casein is second most common.

• Two most common forms of beta-casein are A1 beta-casein and A2 beta-casein.

• Milk from foreign breeds (Jersey and Holstein Friesian) contain A1 protein.

• Milk from Indian cow breeds contain A2 protein.

8.Is A2 milk better than regular milk?

• The main difference between regular milk and A2 milk is that regular milk contains both A1 and A2 (forms of beta-casein), whereas A2 milk may contain only A2 beta-casein.

• According to studies, A1 milk may trigger certain diseases, whereas A2 milk is beneficial to overall health.

9.Benefits of A2 type of milk?

• Prevent obesity among children and adults

• Improve brain function

• Promotes digestion

• Increase breast milk production in feeding mothers.

• Prevents joint pain, asthma and mental problems.

• Promotes good kidney health

• Increases immunity

• Reduces acidity

• Helps in reducing chances of colon, breast and skin cancer

• One of the best natural anti-oxidants

• After mother’s milk, it is cow’s milk only which gives energy and full protection

• Detoxifies Body

• Enhances Memory Power

• Increases clarity of Voice

• Helps in reduction against PMS symptoms in the menstruation cycle

• Prevents migraine headache

• Good for thyroid

10.Harmful effects of A1 milk?

• Few of them mentioned below:

• Presence of amino acid called BCM 7 makes it harmful for consumption

• Type-1 diabetes

• Cardiovascular disease (IHD)

• Delayed psychomotor development among children, autism, schizophrenia, sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) auto-immune diseases, intolerances and allergies.

• Those with digestive disorders like stomach ulcers, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, Celiac disease, on long term medication or antibiotic treatment are at higher risk.

11.Why prefer cow milk over buffalo milk for urban consumption?

• Fat content is high (7.5) in buffalo milk as compared to cow milk (4.3)

• Fat intake in cities is way higher as compared to fat burn rate (via exercise)

• Cow milk is like mother’s milk. It has saturated fat (SF) 55-58%

• Melting point of cow milk SF is 37 degrees while buffalo milk is 40 degrees. Average human body temperature is 37.2 degrees. Hence easily digestible.

• Cow milk is good for all, infant and adults

12.Why is Cow milk yellowish in color?

• Cow milk fat contains a coloring pigment called Beta-carotene (a carotenoid which is precursor of vitamin-A).

13.What are Gir cows? (All Indian cows have similar basic traits)

• The Gir is a famous milk cattle breed of India. Native tract of the breed is Gir hills and forests of Kathiawar including Junagadh, Bhavnagar, Rajkot and Amreli districts of Gujarat.

• Coat color of Gir animals varies from shades of red and white to almost black and white or entire red.

• Skin colour is dominantly black but, in a few animals, it is brown

• Forehead is prominent, convex and broad like a bony shield. This overhangs eyes in such a way that they appear to be partially closed and the animal shows sloppy appearance. Ears are long and pendulous and folded like a leaf with a notch at the tip. Horns are curved turning back at the tip. They orient downwards and backwards from the base and incline a little upwards and forwards, thereafter.

• Gir animals have moderately developed dewlap: males have a large and pendulous sheath. Tail is long and whip like; hooves are black and medium-sized; hair is short and glossy; skin is loose and pliable; hipbones are prominent; the body is well proportioned; the udder in cows is well developed and round and teat tips are round.

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