With each cup (250ml) of milk, you get almost 285 mg of calcium, which is over 20% of your daily calcium requirement.
2. Essential nutrients
Milk also contains a host of nutrients like protein, vitamin A, B1, B2, B12, D, choline; potassium, magnesium among others
3. A post-workout drink
Drinking milk after your workout can help replenish your energy and provide essential nutrients for muscle building.
4. Weight Loss
Some of the more recent studies show that conjugated linolenic acid in milk can help burn fat.
5. Stronger Bones
Milk contains calcium and a small amount of vitamin D, together the combination promotes strong, healthy bones. Regular consumption of milk combined with vitamin D prevents the risk of osteopenia, osteoporosis and osteoarthritis
Milk combined with ingredients like turmeric (haldi) help boost immunity and resist the change of seasons.
7. Cold and congestion
A glass of warm milk is excellent for soothing a sore throat. Add a pinch of nutmeg and it can work wonders in relieving congestion in children.
8. A perfect summer health drink
Ingredients like saunf (fennel) and elaichi (cardamom) can be added to milk with ice to a healthy summer drink.
9. For radiant skin
Milk has long been a part of traditional beauty regimes, from face masks and packs to making natural moisturizers. Milk can be added to besan and masoor dal and made into face masks for a radiant glow. It also helps brighten the complexion
10. Hair care
Mix a ripe banana with a tablespoon of honey and a tablespoon of milk. Now add a few drops of rosemary essential oil. Apply to your hair and cover your hair with a shower cap. Keep for 15-20 minutes then rinse with an herbal shampoo followed by a protein conditioner. This mask is excellent for dry and dull hair, Ms. Blossom Kochhar, one of the foremost beauty experts in the share of countries.