What is the composition of dairies?



Milk is the best and most known source of calcium, followed by yoghurt and cereals enriched with calcium. And calcium is fundamental for the health for teeth and bones but also for maintaining a healthy bone matter. Diets that include three glasses of milk per day or their equivalent improve the bone structure of the body. One glass of milk contains the equivalent of 300 de mg of calcium out of the daily recommended dose of 800 - 1000 mg. Calcium is very important for bones metabolism for muscular contraction, for the normal function of nerves, blood flow and regulating the enzymes.

Click to enlarge Dairy products, especially yoghurt and milk are an excellent source of potassium. Potassium helps maintaining the blood peruse to a normal level and influences the muscular activity.
 The proteins in milk have an important role in the development of brand and bones.
Vitamin B12 from dairies is essential for the development and health of the nervous system. Riboflavin produces cells energy and has a vital role in the development of the nervous system. Vitamin D helps assimilate potassium and stabilizing calcium into the bones. Without leverage from vitamin D, the body absorbs only 10-15% of the consumed calcium.


Milk and dairies in general are rich in probiotics. Probiotics are live bacteria cultures that live in our digestive system in harmony, and have a vital role in enabling the immune system. A daily dose of probiotics help treating   or releave a number of digestive diseases such as constipation or irritable bowel syndrome.