How much milk nutrition is necessary for your child

 

Hello Friends! Hope you all are doing well. Being a mother, my kids will always be my priority. Right from the food our kids eat to the clothes they wear, we as parents want everything to be perfect for our kids, isn’t it?

Recently, I came across an article wherein it was mentioned about the importance of milk for children and how it affects their overall growth. But milk is something that even we as kids don’t like to drink. So, in this article, I will discuss how milk is associated with growth in children and how much milk nutrition is necessary for our children.

Milk’s benefits and importance

There are numerous health benefits of milk nutrition for kids. Milk nutrition forms an important part of the diet of a child as milk contains calcium, Vitamin D, Vitamin A, and protein. Milk nutrition is quite essential for proper growth and bone development. Fats in milk help aid in the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins. Further, protein intake in the early years of childhood is associated with the growth and development of the body.

Now, you might be thinking about the appropriate quantity of milk nutrition that an average kid should consume. Well, once your child is 12 months old, you can gradually introduce cow’s milk into their diet. As per the ICMR healthy plate concept, it is recommended to consume 300 ml of milk or milk products along with other food groups daily. (source)

But, getting children to drink milk is indeed a tiresome task for some parents if they do not like milk. You might have to spend so many minutes, sometimes an hour, running after your child with a glass of milk, or you might have to deal with all the excuses of your child to avoid drinking milk. But that is not the case with me as I have got a perfect solution that ensures that my kid gets the right amount of milk nutrition.

What is that solution? Well, that solution is Complan.

About Complan – 100% milk protein

A scientifically designed drink for growing school children, Complan has 34 vital nutrients including carbohydrates, 100% milk proteins and fat and is fortified with vitamins and minerals like calcium, iron, zinc, vitamins A, C, E, and many more.

The vital nutrients present in Complan support immunity, brain development and its functioning, which are important aspects of physical health. Complan also provides nutrients to support memory and concentration in children.

Complan has 34 vital nutrients that support 2x faster growth of children. A delicious way to ensure children get all the goodness needed for a fulfilling life.

My Experience

Well, just like other kids, my kid also doesn’t like to drink milk. But we moms are good at finding a way out. I am mixing Complan into his glass of milk and giving it to my kid as it contains 34 vital nutrients needed for growth and development. Also, it has 63% more protein than any other nutrition drink and I am really satisfied with the results. He loves drinking the Royale Chocolate and Kesar Badam flavours.

With the help of Complan, I can ensure that my kid is taking milk daily. Further, Complan provides vitamins and vital nutrients which are essential for his overall growth.

Have you tried Complan for your kid?

 

 

Disclaimer: The views expressed in the blog content are independent and unbiased views of solely the blogger. This is a part of the public awareness initiative supported by Complan.

 

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2 thoughts on “How much milk nutrition is necessary for your child”

  1. The article offers a relatable perspective on parenting and the importance of milk nutrition for children’s growth. It’s interesting to see how Complan can make milk more appealing to kids.

  2. This is a fantastic and informative post. It’s great to hear how Complan has made it easier for you to ensure your child gets the necessary nutrients from milk. Mixing it with milk is a clever way to enhance it’s nutritional value while making it more appealing to kids. Thanks for sharing your experience and tips

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