Can Supplements Be Added To Milk?
Hi good afternoon. Can I add Scott emulsion to sweetened condensed milk?
The supplements you mentioned are supplements that contain multivitamins and omega 3 fatty acids and minerals like calcium. The supplement itself can be given as a supplement which complements the actual intake of vitamins and minerals and amino acids that can be obtained by the body through daily food such as by eating vegetables, fruits, grains and side dishes such as meat and fish.
When taking supplements alone, you need to pay attention to several things such as choosing supplements that suit your needs where there are various types of supplements such as multivitamins, minerals or non-vitamin and non-mineral supplements such as fish oil, prebiotics, glucosamine, ginkobiloba and others. Also pay attention to how to use and dosage where some vitamins such as vitamins A, D, E, K are fat-soluble vitamins that are metabolized through the liver so that if excessive can affect the body's metabolism. Some vitamins and minerals should also not be consumed together with milk such as iron which can be inhibited if consumed with milk containing calcium.
In this case the consumption of supplements that you mentioned with sweetened condensed milk is ideally taken according to the recommendations listed on the packaging of the supplement or can be given a pause. Also note that sweetened condensed milk even though it has a fairly diverse nutritional content but contains high enough sugar and fat so that its use should be limited.
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