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Children should consume more dairy products

Children should consume more dairy products Already during childhood our mothers gave us dairy products practically every day. It is impossible to imagine any household without yoghurt, milk and dairy products. At a time when the baby grows and grows, dairy products should be an integral part of every meal.

Milk and dairy products are considered as essential sources of vitamins and minerals that children really need in the course of growth.

"Milk and dairy products are certainly an important part of a balanced diet for children. They are a source of proteins and important vitamins and minerals. Milk proteins and bioactive peptides produced by their digestion have significant effects on human health. These are the effects of antimicrobial, antiviral, immunomodulatory, significant effects are on lowering blood pressure, which is behind the heart and vessel diseases, " explains PhDr. Karolína Hlavatá, Ph.D.

Milk and dairy products provide a complex of substances important not only for healthy bone growth, such as full-value proteins, minerals are calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, phosphorus, chlorine, iron, copper, zinc, selenium, iodine, from vitamins are both fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E, K) and vitamin B groups. Particular mention is made of calcium, which is found in dairy products in a very well absorbed form. Therefore, milk and dairy products can be uttered without exaggeration as a vitamin bomb that children need daily on their diet.

" There is nothing healthier in our children's diet than milk and fermented milk products. They contain many nutrients and health-promoting probiotic micro-organisms that the child's body needs too much to boost immunity during growth. Every day, a child should eat or drink at least 2 to 3 dairy products. As the child's body grows and grows to the children of the bones, the body needs many calcium and vitamin D, which is found in dairy products. It can be yoghurt, a yogurt drink or a dairy sour product, " says prof. RNDr. Jan Krejsek, CSc.

It should be emphasized that milk is a complex food of completely natural origin. It contains important macronutrients, such as full-bodied animal proteins, lightly digestible milk fat and valuable milk sugar, and essential vitamins for health.



Source: tz, edited editorially



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