Milk, curd, buttermilk and all dairy products are good for us and important for the body in our growing up years. However, drinking milk alone doesn't secure us from developing bone related problems.
Vitamin D and calcium are very crucial for strong bones. Calcium deficiency could lead to bones becoming brittle and weak, among old it could cause problems like osteoporosis.
Recent studies have found that a diet rich in milk and other dairy products, may reduce the risk of falls and fractures in older adults. The findings were published in The BMJ (British Medical Journal)
Calcium plays an important role in maintaining healthy bones and joints, strong teeth and healthy blood vessels. It also helps regulate blood pressure and prevent diabetes.