Milk is a gift of nature that has become one of the most popular foods, not only for its constant use, but also for its nutritional qualities and different applications.
What is healthy eating? A healthy diet is one that includes adequate and balanced in all food groups so that the body gets all the nutrients essential for good performance numbers. All balanced diet includes vegetables, fruits, dairy and low fat meats, grains and fats.
Milk is considered one of the most complete foods for two reasons:
1. because it provides the necessary nutrients for life: carbohydrates, proteins and fats and
2. vehicle because it is various vitamins and minerals. So it is not surprising that milk serves as raw material for many other dairy products.
Milk is undoubtedly a highly nutritious product that struts provides high degree of versatility in the kitchen. The milk may be included as an ingredient in various recipes or just eaten alone at the desired temperature.
This nutrient promotes bone and dental health, and contributes to blood clotting, muscle contraction, and when taken as part of a healthy diet can help prevent diseases such as osteoporosis, hypertension and obesity. “Recent studies have shown that consuming 3 fat dairy a day prevents the buildup of fat in the cells thus facilitating weight reduction.
It is also the vehicle of nutrients such as vitamins and minerals, among which we can mention phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin A, B2, B12 and D, which exert specific and important functions in health. Therefore, the daily intake of 2 cups of milk is recommended.
Milk is definitely a product you should not be without great food and friendly, and there are many health benefits that people experience daily consume.
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