Today is World Milk Day. The campaign was initiated by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations to know the importance of milk in our diets. A lot of people celebrate world milk day, this is to make the public aware of milk effects and it’s capability to develop their Body to grow in a better way. World Milk Day gathers everyone to provide proper idea and knowledge about the kind of Nutrients provided through Milk.
Milk products have high quality of proteins. Proteins constitute about 18 percent of the protein content of milk. Casein, a protein found only in milk, contains all of the essential amino acids. It accounts for 82 percent of the total proteins in milk and is used as a standard for evaluating protein of other foods.
Milk is said to be much more nutritious than most beverages. Milk has been recognized as an important part of our daily diet, across all cultures. When it comes to dairy, most experts agree that, unless you have intolerance to lactose, products including milk, yoghurt and cheese are great additions to your diet.
Drinking warm milk is good for people with stomach disturbance and also erratic meal timings.
Milk is a good source of B vitamins, most especially vitamin B12 that ensures healthy functioning of the brain and the nervous system. Milk is also a significant source of riboflavin (vitamin B2) which helps promote healthy skin and eyes, as well as vitamins A and D.
Milk is a great source of that bone-building element. It is good for the bones because it is rich in calcium and also rich in mineral essential for healthy bones and teeth.