Wellness - Nutrition | 2-18 yrs

Benefits Of Milk

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Many children start their day with a tall glass of milk or go to bed with mama's hugs and the nutrient-rich drink. Milk is known as a complete food, as it has a variety of nutrients that aid your child's growth and development. 

Most of the vitamins and minerals present in milk are easily digestible and wholesome for your toddler. It consists of some important minerals such as calcium, potassium, protein, vitamin D and much more. Milk has benefits not only when consumed but is also a magic remedy for skin rejuvenation.  

Flip through the pages of this ClipBook to know more on how milk can benefit your child.

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Why Is Milk Important For Children?

Milk has a number of health benefits from bones to skin. It is beneficial both externally and internally for people of all ages. It is a rich source of minerals such as proteins, calcium, vitamin D and reduces the risk of cancer.

Healthy Skin

Did you know the beautiful Cleopatra took milk baths to have a supple, soft and radiant look skin? Milk is not only healthy to consume but also have a number of skin benefits applied externally.

Calcium And Strong Bones

Osteoporosis is a bone thining condition that can lead to small and not-so-small fractures. It is mandatory to take in calcium from a young age to ensure a stronger bone development. Milk is a good source of calcium.

Protein

Protein is an essential mineral for almost everything in our body. Milk is a rich source of proteins. It stimulates the metabolism in humans. It is responsible for muscle building, healthy skin and renewing hair.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a natural absorbent of Calcium. It promotes bone growth. It reduces the risk of cancer and skin disorders. People who do not spend much time in the sun should have supplementry means of Vitamin D such as milk.

Rehydration

Milk is overflowed with nutrient content, making it the next big thing to exercise recovery. Apparently, milk and milk-based drinks are proven to be much effective than any other energy drinks. It helps athletes retain more water and helps in draw...

Teeth

Calcium is an essential part of a child's teeth development. In adults, calcium is required for stronger teeth. Milk is a rich source of this mineral. It helps protect your teeth again gum and teeth disorders.

Why Milk?

From infants, who breastfeed on milk to teenagers, who drink low-fat milk, milk is an essential part of nutrition to everyone. There are different types of milk that have different nutritional values. Learn more about how milk can be helpful in he...

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