Milk Skin Care
When we're asked to envision the goodness of milk, the first image that comes to mind is a child with a milk moustache. We all know that milk is one of the best sources of calcium available. One glass of milk fulfils 20-percent of the body's daily phosphorus (helps build bones and cells) needs.
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Drinking milk will help your child build strong bones and reduce the risk of cavities during their childhood and teen years. During menopause, milk helps to protect women against osteoporosis - in addition to taking other calcium supplements.
Milk provides many essential vitamins and nutrients for a balanced diet. Milk contains vitamin B-12, which builds red blood cells that fuel the body with oxygen and nutrients needed for energy production. In addition, milk contains niacin and riboflavin, both responsible for building muscles.
The body is nourished from inside out thanks to the natural properties contained in milk. For example, milk serves as an excellent moisturizer for dry skin, sensitive skin, and skin injuries. Milk can also help treat serious skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis and rosacea.