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benefits of milk

you get calcium from milk, good to make your bones strong.

Milk provides primary source of nutrition for infants before they are able to digest other types of food.
It contains protein, fat, sugar, vitamins and minerals. Calcium from milk has a greater bioavailability than any other supplement.
Conjugated linoleic acid, found mainly in milk, meat and dairy products, provides several health benefits including prevention of atherosclerosis, different types of cancer, and hypertension and improved immune function.
There is recent evidence suggesting consumption of milk is effective at promoting muscle growth and improving post exercise muscle recovery.