Natural organic milk is the latest in a long line of high-quality products made with natural ingredients, but for many people it has its own set of challenges.
As the milk becomes increasingly popular, it has become increasingly hard to find and consumers are increasingly demanding it be more nutritious.
Read more 1/6 Why it’s so hard to get natural milk Now that natural milk has become so popular, there are a lot of products out there that promise to make your milk healthier and more balanced.
They may contain the same ingredients as regular milk, but they contain less protein and less calcium.
You might think that they’re a bit more nutritious, but are they?
That’s because they contain a lot less healthy fats, saturated fat, sugar and salt.
Read all the health facts about milk and dairy on the NHS website 2/6 What are the different types of natural dairy?
There are three main types of milk.
Regular (milk made with cow’s milk) Non-dairy (milks made with human milk, egg or dairy products) and organic (milky products made from trees, fruits, vegetables and herbs).
Read more The main types are: regular (milker’s milk), non-diaclean (milkers milk) and free-range (milkin milk).
Here are the main types: regular non-milker: The type which is made with milk from cows which are kept on farms for milk production.
This is the cheapest and most popular milk choice.
It’s cheaper than other types of non-free range milk.
Free range is a combination of cows’ milk and free range eggs.
It is usually produced on smaller farms.
Non-free-range: This is milk from goats which are not kept on a farm and are not raised on a dairy farm.
It costs more because of the high cost of milk production on farms.
It has higher fat content and lower protein content than regular milk.
Organic milk: This milk comes from organic farms which are certified by a body such as the World Health Organisation (WHO).
It is produced using organic farming methods and has less fat content than free range.
Read the main health facts for organic milk on the health website of the National Farmers Union 3/6 How much milk do you need to make a good cup of milk?
You need between three and six litres of milk for a good glass of milk, and you can buy this in either liquid or solid form depending on the brand.
Read about the different kinds of milk in the milk facts on the government’s website 4/6 Are there any health benefits to drinking milk?
Milk contains a lot more protein than other milk types.
However, it does have a lot fewer healthy fats and saturated fat than regular dairy products.
It also contains less salt, sugar, fat and salt than regular.
Read a detailed health article on the National Milk Board to learn more.
5/6 Does drinking milk help you lose weight?
Yes, drinking milk can help you shed excess weight.
This has been shown to happen for many different people, but it’s especially effective for people who are overweight.
Read this article for more information.
6/6 Where can I buy milk?
In some countries, such as France, it’s not considered unhealthy to drink milk because it is made from cows’ or goats’ milk, so it is not considered a food.
However in other countries, including the UK, it is considered unhealthy because milk is often contaminated with bacteria which could be harmful to health.
Read our guide to milk on our NHS website 1/7 What are some of the biggest health risks to drinking dairy?
Drinking dairy can increase your risk of some types of cancer, heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes and some forms of kidney disease.
Read every health fact about milk on NHS website The NHS recommends that all adults should limit their consumption of dairy products to no more than six litres per day, but many adults drink up to 12 litres of the stuff a day.
2/7 Why is drinking milk so hard?
Dairy is the main source of protein in our diets, so when you add it to your diet you’re really adding it to the diet of your body, not just the diet you put in your fridge.
Read some of our tips for helping your body use dairy products well.
Read less about drinking milk on this NHS website.
3/7 Are there health benefits of drinking milk?’
Yes, milk contains a good amount of protein and there are some benefits to milk that come from being naturally milk-rich.
These include the following: it helps you shed more fat and keep you fuller for longer; it helps your body to make antibodies that fight infection and other infections; it gives you a better immune system, and reduces your chances of developing diabetes; it can lower your chances for some types a heart attack, stroke and kidney disease; it’s also good for the skin, helping to keep it healthy; and it helps to stop bleeding.
Read what the experts have