- Help release energy from food
- Important for metabolism of carbohydrates, protein and fats
Milk is a wonderful source of nutrition - helping to promote muscle growth, strengthen bones and teeth, support immunity and providing energy the healthy way.
Cheese is a great source of protein and calcium. Since protein curbs hunger and keeps you feeling satisfied after meals and snacks. As part of a well-rounded nutrition plan, the protein in cheese can slow down the absorption of carbohydrates eaten at the same meal or snack and therefore help balance your blood-sugar levels and improve mood as well.
The calcium in cheese can help keep your teeth and bones strong and guard against osteoporosis. Cheese contains additional nutrients like zinc and biotin. Zinc has several functions in the body: It aids in tissue growth and repair, prevents and treats macular degeneration, protects your skin, and helps keep your nails strong. Both zinc and biotin are also important for hair health.
WHO For school age kids 4-12 years
|2 servings of A|
(2 x 34g - 68g)
% of RDA
|Energy||1600-1800 Kcal/Day||227 Kcal||13.5% of RDA|
|Vitamin B12||1.8 mcg/day||0.82 meg||45% of RDA|
|Vitamin E||8m TE/day||3.75 mg||47% of RDA|
|Vitamin A||1600 I.U/Day||167 I.U||10% of RDA|
|Protein||30 g/Day||7.1 g||24% of RDA|
|Calcium||950 mg/Day||216 mg||63% of RDA|
*According to WHO/FAO standards 2011 for a 4-6 year old child