Dairy. Because Science.
Countless studies over decades of research link dairy with major health benefits.
The high calcium in dairy may reduce your risk of breaking bones at any age: It helps kids build strong bones and helps prevent adults from losing bone.
Dairy is a great source of four nutrients doctors recommend for healthy blood pressure: protein, calcium, potassium and magnesium.
Your Risk of Diabetes
Drinking milk and eating other dairy foods as part of a balanced diet could help reduce your risk of Type 2 diabetes.
Your Immunity and Gut Health
Real dairy is a simple source of immune-boosting nutrients, such as vitamin A, vitamin D and protein. Additionally, fermented dairy foods like yogurt are linked to health benefits including reduced inflammation, improved digestive health and healthy immune system.
Trying to maintain a healthy weight? Dairy foods are nutrient-dense whole foods, rich in protein and other key nutrients, that can help facilitate healthy weight management.
Your Sports Recovery
Chocolate milk a sports drink? Heck yes. With natural electrolytes and the “golden ratio” of carbs to protein, chocolate milk is gaining attention from athletes and coaches due to some surprising research.
Change the World
Sustainably Fighting Hunger
Dairy is proving to be a big deal in our search for sustainable nutrition – packed with crucial nutrients made affordable for hungry families and produced by dairy farmers who are constantly improving the efficiency and environmental friendliness of their farms.
Experts Recommend 3-Every-Day®
Americans get an average of two dairy servings per day, but we actually need about three servings to fill nutrient gaps.*
* According to the United States Department of Agriculture’s MyPlate, Dietary Guidelines for Americans, National Medical Association, Surgeon General and American Academy of Pediatrics.