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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Milk For Your Health

Some people think drinking milk can make fat, so just taken the kids alone. And that is the wrong assumption. Each person needs to drink milk that has complete nutrition, ranging from proteins, carbohydrates, fats, minerals - calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and vitamins A, C, and D.

Milk is also known as a 'myriad' benefits, ranging from increased bone strength, boost immunity, nourish the heart, until the basic ingredients for beauty therapy. Into the milk for infants in infancy added growth substances. In pregnant and lactating milk added protein, vitamins, and minerals that are needed. For owners of fertile body, milk products added conjugated linoleic acid content so that they do not put on weight. While claiming special milk rich in calcium to prevent osteoporosis, fat content reduced again so that automatically becomes a high calcium content.

Nutrients contained in milk and their functions, among others:


    * Establish and maintain strong bones bones and teeth
    * Helps lower blood pressure
    * Caring for nerve and muscle function to always normal


    * Contribute to the growth process
    * Repair of damaged body cells, including brain cells
    * Maintain the body's immune
    * Assist the muscle formation


  • Support the process of bone and teeth formation
  • For the body's circulatory system, nerves, and the formation of enzymes
  • Helps release energy from food


  • It is important for the transmission in the nervous system
  • Helps control blood pressure
  • Being part of the enzyme in the body


  • Smooth storage and absorption of calcium in the body
  • An important part of the structure of the mineral in bone and teeth
  • An essential part of the cells in the body
  • It is important for the transfer of energy to the whole body


  • Helping the overall growth process
  • It is important for wound healing process
  • Maintain the body's immune
  • Participate in various metabolic systems

Vitamin B:
  • Important for healthy eyes and skin
  • Provides energy for daily needs

Vitamin A:
  • Maintain skin health
  • It is important for eye health and immune function

  • As a source of reserve energy
  • Required to dissolve the vitamins A, D, E, and K


  • In the form of lactose, the carbohydrate in milk is the main energy source


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