Mother’s milk is the first nutrition our children receive in this world. But even after lactation, during the transition to baby food and then to the family diet, milk should remains as a constant companion to your child’s healthy growth. Your child needs her daily dairy meals.
What is the goodness of milk?
Milk contains large amount of quality protein and easily digested fats. It’s carbohydrates in the form of lactose are easily used by the body (with the exception of allergies). Especially important for the child’s growth is the high calcium content, which supports strong bone growth. Milk furthermore contains numerous water soluble vitamins of the B-group as well as fat soluble ones such as A and D. On top of this it is a good source of phosphor, iodine and fluoride.