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There’s so much you can do to promote bone health including taking care of your nutrition. This includes consuming a diet rich in bone-building nutrients, especially calcium. But did you know that most people don’t consume the recommended levels of calcium (1000 mg/day)?
Yet meeting this need is as easy as having three servings of milk or dairy products a day (as part of a varied and balanced diet, of course); with one serving equivalent to a glass of milk or yogurt, or about 50 gm of cheese.
And speaking of milk, it’s still the most adequate calcium source. While calcium can be obtained from many food sources, milk is widely available and its calcium content is the most efficiently absorbed.
But what if you don’t like milk?
No problem. Changing milk’s taste to suit you is as easy as making a glass of it.
Relax with flavourful, soothing milk drinks:
Start your day with a morning boost:
If you are one of many who love the taste of coffee in the morning, this is a sure way to make you drink your morning glass of milk:
Choose fruity flavours and more nutrition:
If you like the taste and freshness of fruits, you’ll love these combinations that are loaded with milk’s nutrients; and fruits’ vitamins, minerals and dietary fibre. Enjoy them as an energy boost in the morning or afternoon.
Kids’ special tasty and fun milk:
Good to Remember:
An extra milk source in your diet can be delicious home-made puddings such as mouhallabieh, rice pudding or khashtalieh. With these tasty ideas, milk drinks can now be enjoyed any time during the day to help you meet your calcium needs. Remember that you can also add milk to your diet by including it in your cooking, especially in soups and pasta sauces.
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