Drinking milk each day is a simple way to fit more wellness into your routine.
That’s because with milk, every sip counts — with 13 essential nutrients in every serving. Milk’s nutrients are linked to immune health, bone and muscle health, reduced inflammation and reduced risk of chronic diseases.
Studies suggest that people who regularly drink milk tend to have healthier diets that are richer in nutrients. They’re also more likely to be at a healthy weight.1-5
Research also shows that a higher intake of dairy foods, such as milk, yogurt and cheese, is associated with a lower prevalence of metabolic syndrome and with a lower risk for developing hypertension and diabetes.6,7
1. Effects of Increased Consumption of Fluid Milk on Energy and Nutrient Intake,
Body Weight, and Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Healthy Older Adults.
2. Dairy Foods and Dairy Protein Consumption Is Inversely Related to Markers of Adiposity in Obese Men and Women.
3. Dairy Calcium Intake, Serum Vitamin D, and Successful Weight Loss.
4. Nutrient Contribution of Breakfast, Secular Trends, and the Role of Ready-to-Eat Cereals: A Review of Data from the Bogalusa Heart Study.
5. Fast Food Consumption and Breakfast Skipping: Predictors of Weight Gain from Adolescence to Adulthood in a Nationally Representative Sample.
6. Dairy Intake and Type 2 Diabetes Risk Factors: A Narrative Review.
7. Consuming High-Fat Dairy Tied to Less Metabolic Syndrome, Diabetes, Hypertension.