I’m making a presentation about milk.
Yes, feel free to judge as much as you want.
I need help with more ideas, besides the one I already have. I need more facts on why “you should drink milk,” because I feel like these aren’t good enough.
Here’s a rough draft of all of my information, thus far (by the way, if there are any grammar flaws or anything I should fix, let me know. Unlike my twin, I’m a crappy writer):
Dairy is one of the four food groups in the Canadian food guide, and rightfully so. It is recommended for teenagers to drink around three to four servings of dairy a day. Majority of the foods in the dairy section contains an important ingredient called “milk,” which contains essential nutrients such as calcium, protein, potassium, vitamin D, B2, B12, etc.
After a workout, the proteins in milk can aid in repairing muscles.
Chocolate milk contains the same 16 nutrients that white milk has, and it’s one of the most preferred drinks in children. People might think that the amount of sugar in chocolate milk may be concerning, but it actually doesn’t contain any more sugar than unsweetened apple juice. A research study shows that those who do drink chocolate milk rather than ordinary milk do not weigh any more than their ordinary milk drinking peers.
Milk decreases the chances of obtaining a medical condition called osteoporosis, where the bones become fragile because of the lack of tissue inside. This condition is usually caused by the lack of the following necessary nutrients: Calcium, magnesium, and vitamin D, all nutrients milk has. It can also be caused by the deficiency of physical activity. Both consuming important nutrients and exercise are equally important in preventing this unpleasant condition.
If you plan on being a vegetarian or a vegan, there are many alternatives to milk. The most famous one is “soy milk,” which is high in protein.