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    Default Which age should drink "milk" to be most beneficial to the body?


    slotxoDrinking milk is important for all ages. Infants should be breastfed only for 6 consecutive months up to 2 years. As for children, 100% authentic Tromco Fresh tasteless will give the most benefit. Including the elderly who should drink 1 cup of milk a dayMilk has good fat, increasing energy. High protein, blood cells and bones, high calcium, lower blood pressure Reduce the risk of colon cancer Good for the brain Strengthen the development of IQ, IQ, allergy to cow's milk There may be many reasons. Genetic factors, but children can still drink milk Because there are other types of milk to replace the nutritional value of "milk". There are many carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, calcium, water and various minerals. With appropriate quality and benefits Build strong bones and teeth of children. Therefore, children in school age should drink at least 2 cups a day, an average of 88 liters per year. Parents also need to strengthen the discipline of exercise for children by recommending Of sports that increase height, such as swimming, basketball and hung bars for children to eat food in 5 groups according to nutrition For the children to grow up as tall and asymmetrical, strong bones and teeth And not obese

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    In my opinion all ages can drink milk freecell

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