Milk is known to be one of the most nutritious food on the planet. It not only is a great source of protein and fat but other vitamins and minerals as well.
It has casein that has the ability to increase the absorption of minerals such as calcium and phosphorus. It also contains vitamin B12 which keeps the nerves and red blood cells of our body healthy, calcium which keeps our bones strong, vitamin B2 which is significant in energy production as it helps turn carbohydrates into usable energy, and phosphorus which is vital for growth.
Dairy products such as milk due to its nutritional composition help prevent osteoporosis which is a condition characterized by a decrease in bone density as well blood pressure regulation, mood regulation and muscle building.
For every 100 ml of milk consumed you get 1 g of Fat, 13 g of Protein and 5 g of Carbohydrates.