Milk vs. Milk Alternatives
There are many non-dairy beverages on the market today touted as “milk” replacements or alternatives. This PowerPoint presentation walks through the differences.
Low-fat Chocolate Milk is Back
Low-fat (1%) chocolate and other low-fat flavored milks can have a place in school meal programs again
Is Cheese Good for You?
One serving of cheese contains many of the essential nutrients your body needs, including:
- Calcium - Helps build and maintain strong bones and teeth (15% daily value)
- Protein - Helps build and repair muscle tissue (14% daily value)
- Phosphorus - Helps build and maintain strong bones and teeth, supports tissue growth (15% daily value)
- Vitamin B12 - Helps with normal blood function, helps keep the nervous system healthy (20% daily value)
- Pantothenic Acid - Helps your body use carbohydrates, fats, and protein for fuel (45% daily value)
- Niacin - Used in energy metabolism in the body (15% daily value)