Decades of public health messages have encouraged us to drink milk to strengthen our bones and reduce the risk of fractures as we age. Despite this, milk has come under fire recently, with claims made that it is harmful. But many of these claims have not been backed up by the evidence.
Milk provides vitamins A, B1, B2, B12 (and D when it has been added), potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc and selenium. Milk can help you meet your daily nutrient recommendations for optimal health.
Although milk may be a good choice for some, others can’t digest it or choose not to consume it. If this is the case for you, do not worry as there are non-dairy, plant-based milk alternatives (i.e., soy, almond etc) which have been fortified to match dairy milk on certain nutrients.
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