5 Ways Drinking Milk Helps With Your Kid’s Development
by Bustle Studios
Moms have known the health benefits of serving milk to their kids for generations. Since way back when “farm fresh” meant serving products cultivated in your own backyard, moms have supported their children’s growth and development by incorporating cow’s milk into their daily diet. Clover Sonoma, an independent, family-owned producer of dairy products continues to empower moms to provide their kids with all of the health benefits that milk has to offer.
Clover Sonoma strives to maintain “the Clover Promise of Excellence” beginning with production: Clover Sonoma cows are cared for at family farms under American Humane Certified animal welfare standards, and none of their cows are treated with rBST, the bovine growth hormone. Every shipment of milk from the farms is tested to meet cleanliness standards that are far higher than any state or federal regulation. And all of their organic products are certified organic by the USDA. Best of all, Clover Sonoma has just released a new line of organic milk enhanced with DHA Omega-3 and Choline to make each serving pack an extra dose of brain-boosting nutrients.
As supermarket shelves are increasingly crowded with dairy milk alternatives that make dubious claims of healthfulness, it’s a good time to brush up on the many health benefits of fresh, clean cow’s milk. Here are five ways that drinking milk helps with your child’s development.