Goodness of Milk


Milk is considered as a wholesome food due to its rich and diverse nutritional profile, encompassing a wide array of essential nutrients vital for overall health.

Important nutrients of milk


  1. Important for bone formation and maintenance of strong and healthy bones and teeth
  2. Has a role in reducing blood pressure
  3. Important for normal muscle and nerve function
  4. plays an important role in blood clotting


  1. The basic structure of protein is a chain of amino acids. Protein in our diet helps our body repair cells and make new ones.
  2. muscle repair and growth
  3. high-protein diet induces sustained reductions in appetite– may help in weight management
  4. keeps the immune system strong


  1. Phosphorus works together with vitamin D and calcium to grow and keep healthy bones and teeth. 
  2. Phosphorus regulates the normal function of nerves and muscles, including the heart, and is also a building block of our genes, as it makes up DNA, RNA, and ATP, the body’s major source of energy.
  3. It helps to activate enzymes, and keeps blood pH within a normal range
  4. Phosphorus helps filter out waste in the kidneys and plays an essential role in how the body stores and uses energy.


  1. Maintaining normal blood pressure.
  2. Transmitting nerve signals between organs.
  3. Controlling muscle contractions.
  4. Ensuring optimal water balance within the system.


  1. helps to maintain normal nerve and muscle function
  2. supports a healthy immune system
  3.  Helps bones remain strong
  4. Aids in the production of energy and protein


  1. helps immune system and metabolism function
  2. important to wound healing and your sense of taste and smell
  3. needed for your senses of taste and smell

B Vitamins

  1. helps prevent infections
  2. maintaining healthy brain function and increasing memory power
  3. Important for eye health and skin
  4. Provides energy to maintain daily activities

Vitamin A 

  1. Significant role in eye health and vision
  2. Important for immune function
  3. Has significant role in reproduction and growth
  4. Helps your heart, lungs, and other organs work properly

Australia and New Zealand Dietary Guidelines recommend two or three servings of dairy every day.

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