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Edited by Dr. George F.W. Haenlein and Young W. Park
New book tells all about milk in human nutrition

AMES, Iowa -- Everything (or just about everything) you ever wanted to know about milk is now available in a new book titled: Milk and Dairy Products in Human Nutrition.

Complied and edited by Dr. George F. W. Haenlein, noted former Extension dairyman at the University of Delaware, and Professor Young W. Park of Georgia, the book’s 700 pages provides in-depth information on most anything across most every milk-prodducing species, including humans. A short sample of what’s included follows:
• Production systems
• Mammary secretion and lactation
• Milking procedures and facilities
• Lipids, fatty acids, and cholesterol,
• Major and minor proteins, polymorphs, NPN
• Milk protein allergy
• Carbohydrates and oligosaccharides
• Bioactive compounds
• Minerals, trace and macro elements
• Vitamins
• Minor constituents, enzymes and hormones
• Lactose intolerance
• Quality standards and controls
• Sanitary, heat treatments, and packaging
• Sensory and flavor characteristics of milk
• Fermented milk and yogurt
• Cheese technology, variety and production
• Butter, ghee and cream products
• Condensed and powered milk
• Frozen milk products
• Infant formulae
• Whey, products and powder
• Milk of other species for human nutrition: Goat, Buffalo, Sheep, Camel, Mare, Yak
• Other minor species, Human milk

The book is available at a price of $216 from: Amazon.com or Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, 2121 State Avenue, Ames, Iowa 50014-8300 USA