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Health & wellbeing | Milk
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SNAPSHOT is gearing up for
the launch of an all new photo
competition starting in the March
The team is looking for your most
interesting shots of the Southern
Highlands, with the chance to win a
great camera from Bowral Camera
House once every three months.
So get out there and get
snapping for your chance to win.
Photographs must be in before
February 17 to be included in the
March edition. Remember your
photos must be high quality for
Photographs can be emailed
mailed or dropped o to The
Southern Highland News at 28
Wingecarribee Street, Bowral.
MILK may be a staple found in almost every fridge,
but it is surprisingly misunderstood. Mothers with
infants see milk an excellent source of calcium as a
high priority. But teenagers need two to three times
more calcium than younger children.
Heart Foundation Food Supply Strategy director
Susan Anderson said Australian guidelines
recommend three to ve serves of reduced fat
milk or dairy each day for 12 to 18 year olds.
``Yet research with mothers found 92 percent
of teenagers do not drink milk on a daily basis,''
Whether avoured or plain, children who drink
milk have a better intake of nutrients compared with
those who don't, and come closer to their required
This is good news for parents who struggle
to get their young ones to drink plain milk.
``Plain milk is still the best choice but avoured
reduced fat milk is a much better nutritional choice
than sports drinks, soft drinks and energy drinks,''
Ms Anderson said.
``Milk is important to health so making it more
appealing to milk rejecters is a big help.
``A recent study has shown that drinking either
plain or avoured milk is good for health.''
She recommends adding a Tick approved
avouring to reduced fat milk or buying a Tick
approved avoured milk for fussy drinkers. The
Tick on milk products or avourings helps to guide
consumers to varieties that have met the Heart
Foundation's tough standards for saturated fat
Ms Anderson said that the Heart Foundation
has also insisted that these products have at least
100mg of calcium per 100ml. n
milk a must
A glass a day: The Heart Foundation encourage s parents to make
sure their childre n get e nough calcium for optimum health.
A GLASS A DAY:
THE HEART FOUNDATION
ENCOURAGES PARENTS TO
MAKE SURE THEIR CHILDREN
GET ENOUGH CALCIUM
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