Love it? Hate it? Regardless of how you pour it milk is filled with nutrition
According to everydayhealth.com cow’s milk, soy milk and almond milk all provide between one-fourth and one-third of all the calcium most children and adults should have in a day. Cow’s milk is also an excellent source of lean protein. It contains many other essential nutrients, including phosphorus, vitamin D, potassium, niacin, and riboflavin, important for adult and children’s health.
Want to know more? Here’s a “good to know” about milk:
Low-fat chocolate milk can give you more energy after an intense workout than sports drinks or no-calorie beverages can. In a study of trained cyclists, University of Texas researchers found those who drank chocolate milk post-workout experienced better body composition, improved training times, and overall better physical shape than peers who had sports drinks.