Breast milk cannot turn into cheese inside the mammary glands. The mammary glands produce and secrete breast milk, which is a liquid consisting of water, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and various nutrients necessary for an infant’s growth and development. This milk is produced in the mammary glands and delivered to the nipple through a system of ducts.
Cheese is a completely different product and is made from the curdled milk of cows, goats, or sheep. It involves a complex process of fermentation, curdling, and aging, which is not related to the natural production of breast milk.
The mammary glands in a lactating mother produce milk for the sole purpose of providing essential nutrients to her baby. They do not produce cheese or cheese-like substances. The composition of breast milk is carefully regulated by the body to meet the nutritional needs of the infant, and it does not naturally curdle or transform into solid cheese.