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Health Benefits

A great source of nutrition

Milk is a product of nature. No other beverage in the world contains as many natural nutrients as milk. The best part is you don’t have to drink massive quantities to enjoy its numerous benefits.

Vitamins and minerals include

Calcium
  • For healthy bones and teeth
  • Helps reduce blood pressure
  • Important for normal muscle and nerve function
Niacin
  • Metabolises sugars and fatty acids
Phosphorus
  • Helps strengthen bones and generate energy
  • Works with B vitamins to release energy from food
Potassium
  • Assists with blood pressure control
  • Important for transmitting nerve impulse
  • Part of many enzyme systems
Protein
  • A source of energy that promotes growth and development
  • Essential for immunity and tissue repair
Riboflavin
  • Converts food into energy
Vitamin A
  • Maintains the immune system
  • Important for proper vision and healthy skin
Vitamin B12
  • Maintains healthy red blood cells and nerve tissue
  • Important for healthy eyes and skin
Vitamin D
  • Essential for formation of strong bones and teeth

How much milk should we consume daily?

1-3 years
300ml
4-8 years
400ml
9-18 years
600ml
19-50 years
450ml
51-70 years
550ml
70+ years
650ml


*As advised by the Netherlands Nutrition Foundation