Milk supplies these essential nutrients:
- Calcium to help build and maintain healthy bones and teeth.
- Potassium to regulate the body's fluid balance and maintain normal blood pressure.
- Phosphorus to strengthen bones and generate energy in the body's cells.
- Protein to build and repair muscle tissue and serve as a source of energy and satiety.
- Vitamin D to promote the absorption of calcium and enhance bone strength.
- Vitamin A to maintain normal vision and skin.
- Vitamin B-12 to maintain red blood cells and nerve cells.
- Riboflavin to convert food into energy the body can use.
- Niacin to help digest carbohydrates and fatty acids.
- 2 cups for children 2 to 3 years
- 2.5 cups for children 4 to 8 years
- 3 cups for those 9 years and older
ZERO Milk may only be in my crazy dreams but at least
I know without a dairymom doubt that all milk is packed with nine essential nutrients!