|[Data]||[<Normal page] [PEREZGONZALEZ Jose D (2011). Nutritional balance of llama milk. Journal of Knowledge Advancement & Integration (ISSN 1177-4576), 2012, pages 19-21.]|
Llama milk's BNI
Perezgonzalez assessed the nutritional balance of llama milk as for human consumption in 2012. Results were based on data published by Medhammar et al (20111).
Llama milk had, on average, a nutritional balance of BNI 93.19sf, being particularly biased towards excess of saturated fat. It was adequate in protein and sodium, low in carbohydrate and fiber, and high in sugar and fat. It also provided about 195mg of calcium per 100ml of milk.
Llama milk appeared as highly unbalanced according to international Recommended Dietary Intakes (RDIs).
|Illustration 3: Nutritional balance across international RDIs|
|Llama milk||Medhammar et al||93.19||104.50||63.19||93.19||89.19|
|(Source: Perezgonzalez, 2011a2)|
Collated from Medhammar et al (20111).
Materials & analysis
Relevant data were collated, then assessed using the Balanced Nutrition Index™ (BNI™) technology (see Perezgonzalez, 2011b3). SPSS-v16 was used for the computation of variables, including BNI and international indexes, and statistical analyses.
Medhammar et al's (20111) data were based on international research. Thus, these results are also generalisable internationally.
Want to know more?
- BNI™ database
- The database offers individual nutrition analyses for foods, including the food referred to in above article.
- BNI™ journal (2012, issue 2) - Nutritional balance of minor dairy animals' milk
- This issue of the Balanced Nutrition Index™ journal collates balance analyses done on Medhammar et al's data in a single book.
- Wiki of Science - Nutritional balance of foods
- This Wiki of Science page collates information about several foods on a single page and provides useful links to the appropiate files.
Jose D PEREZGONZALEZ (2012). Massey University, Turitea Campus, Private Bag 11-222, Palmerston North 4442, New Zealand. (JDPerezgonzalez).