Every 8 ounce glass of milk delivers essential nutrients like calcium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, protein and vitamins A and D.
Milk’s a natural way for adults to improve their health. Milk’s natural protein supports muscle repair and growth, and can even lower blood pressure.
Our ancestors knew a good thing, which is why humans evolved to drink milk around 8,000 years ago. We’ve been enjoying the benefits ever since.
Nutrition doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. Milk is a reasonably priced way to naturally get the nutrients too many of us are missing out on.
Because real milk is full of quality protein, carbohydrates and electrolytes, it hydrates you more than a glass of water or a sports drink—without the added sugar.
The calcium in milk helps build strong bones, including your jaw and your teeth. Both can start to lose density if there’s not enough calcium in your diet.
Capsaicin is the chemical that makes spicy food burn. But milk offers relief. Casein, a chemical in milk, binds to capsaicin and takes away the pain.
As we age, the protein in milk enhances skin’s elasticity. Milk also contains retinol, an anti-aging, skin-restoring antioxidant.
Today, the grocery store milk fridge is home to a variety of options. To make it simple, we broke down the benefits of real milk vs the alternatives. At the end of the day, real milk has the benefits and flavor that alts just can’t compete with!Learn More
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Drinking milk is linked to improved bone health, and it can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and Type 2 diabetes.
Eight finalists were recently announced for the 2022 Real California Milk Excelerator, a cohort that includes makers of snacks, drinks and more. Now in its fourth year, the program seeks to identify, curate and accelerate dairy-based products, from traditional food and beverage varieties, to textiles and beyond.
We’ve always known breakfast is the most important meal of the day for our growing loved ones. New research which dives further into psychosocial health in addition to physical health, underscores why it’s key to not only eat breakfast, but also incorporate milk into that meal!
The Recycle the Jug campaign encourages consumers to take three simple steps to recycle their plastic milk jugs – Pour it. Cap it. Bin it. Read more on Recylethejug.com, or by clicking the link below.
California dairy producers and processors are committed to providing a sustainable, nutritious product while working together to reduce the environmental impact of milk across its entire lifecycle. This initiative is an important step in that journey.
When hunger hits at midnight, allow milk and other high-protein foods to satisfy you (and help you fall asleep). Visit Good Housekeeping to find 15 of the best, healthy late-night snacks, according to a nutritionist.
Straus Family Creamery, one of California Dairy’s very own, is a a leader in climate-positive organic dairy farming innovation and has recently partnered with BMW in a revolutionary way.
After going viral for their daily milk consumption, the Stotler family received a year’s supply of milk from Dallas Dairy to ease the financial impact of rising grocery prices with inflation. Read more on the Houston Chronicle.
It seems like real milk might be inching towards the spotlight again– Not that we ever had our doubts! According to baristas in the U.S., more locals are going back to the basics: coffee orders with whole milk. And who can argue? It’s the creamiest, most delicious way to enjoy a cup of joe! Read more about how the drink we’ve always loved is starting to be on-trend again.
There’s a reason more athletes are choosing real milk after a workout. Not only does milk contain high quality proteins, it also delivers carbohydrates which aid in muscle recovery and growth. And unlike many sports drinks, milk contains no added sugars, fillers or coloring. Top athletes agree—there’s no better fuel than milk. Even if doesn’t come in orange or purple.
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