Those with digestive problems are often advised to drink buttermilk rather than milk, as it is more quickly digested. Buttermilk has more lactic acid than skim milk.
Gall Stone Treatment:
Buttermilk isn't a cure for gall stones in on its own, but a major part of gall stone treatment is eating the right diet. Fatty milks are to be avoided when treating gall stones, but they can be substituted by either skim milk or buttermilk, which both have an appropriately low fat content. This enables you to continue providing calcium to the body while limiting your fat intake.
How to make buttermilk?
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Preparation time: 5 mins Cook time - N/A
- 1 C Yogurt, lowfat
- 1 3/4 C Water
- 1 Tbsp Cumin powder, roasted
- 1/4 inch Ginger, grated
- Cilantro, finely chopped (optional)
- Salt to taste
- Crushed Ice
- Mix yogurt and water, cumin powder, grated ginger, salt and blend well. Add crushed ice.
- Pour into glasses and serve chilled.