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Health & Wellness

Dairy milk is one of the richest food sources.

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Dairy foods are a safe, wholesome and delicious source of essential nutrients, and comparatively less expensive. Combined, milk, cheese and yogurt contain high-quality protein, calcium, vitamin D and more, making dairy foods an important part of overall health.

Including cow milk in to your daily nutrition improves bone health in children and adults, reduces risk of cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes and lower blood pressure in adults.

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Bone Health & Peak Bone Mass

Achieving maximum bone mass during childhood reduces risk of osteoporosis later in life. 

Considerable research supports Dietary Guidelines of America and American Academy of Paediatrics recommendations to consume three servings of low-fat dairy, obviously cow milk and milk products, for children and adolescents as part of a nutrient-rich diet, along with adequate physical activity.

Three servings of milk reduces the risk of heart ailments.

According to WHO cardiovascular disease (CVD) accounts for 31% of all deaths. Consuming raw, low fat milk, keeps your heart healthy. The 2016 review concluded that dairy food consumption is not linked to higher risk for CVD or coronary artery disease (CAD), and it is linked to lower risk for stroke.

Healthy Heart & Reduced CVD

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Type 2 Diabetese

Higher milk products consumption reduces risk of type 2 diabetes.

A number of meta-analyses of prospective cohort studies have concluded that higher milk product especially full fat dairy foods may decrease the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Calcium, vitamin D, fatty acids and amino acids, as well as probiotic and prebiotic effects on the gut microbiome.