According to United State Department of Agriculture, there are 13 essential nutrients in milk in every serving, including zinc, selenium, iodine and potassium, plus nine more vitamins and minerals contributing to health, immune function and strong bones and muscles. 

  • Calcium: plays a vital role in teeth and bone health (including reducing stress fractures).  
  • Protein: rebuilds, maintains, and repairs body tissues; aids in immune function; and provides essential building blocks for bones, organs, muscles, nails, and hair.   
  • Vitamin D: aids in immune function, helps with calcium absorption, and is essential for bone and teeth health.
  • Vitamin B-12: helps build red blood cells, aids in breaking down food into fuel, and supports the central nervous system. 
  • Vitamin A: aids in immune function, helps keep skin and eyes healthy, and promotes growth.
  • Phosphorus: promotes bone strength and supports healthy tissue growth.
  • Riboflavin (B2): aids in converting food into energy and in developing the central nervous system. 
  • Niacin (B3): helps break down enzymes so they can be used as energy.
  • Pantothenic Acid (B5): helps break down food into fuel. 
  • Zinc: helps maintain the immune system, normal growth and development, and healthy skin. 
  • Selenium: regulates metabolism, protects healthy cells, and maintains the immune system. 
  • Iodine: is necessary for bone and brain development during pregnancy and infancy and linked to cognitive function in childhood. 
  • Potassium: supports heart health and normal muscle function and regulates blood pressure and body fluid balance.
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