Milk is a valuable source of lipids, proteins and vitamins, including vitamins D and K. 

Milk is also high in calcium and low in fat, making it an ideal beverage choice for those looking to lower their overall calorie intake.

In the United States, milk is the most popular dairy product, which is good news for many of those who drink it

Generally speaking, grass-fed milks have less lactose than cows that are raised in confinement conditions.

Made from goats' milk, yogurt is high in calcium and vitamin D and contains traces of antibiotics, which keep the milk clean.

Because of its higher lactose content, goat's milk yogurt is not suitable for people who are strict vegetarians or vegans.

If you introduce cow’s milk at an early age (before two years old), your child will continue to drink cow’s milk until they reach adulthood

Milkweed is the plant from which cows extract lactose to make milk.

In cow's milk, lactose accounts for about 2% of the total weight.

The average amount of lactose found in cow’s milk is around 9 grams but some variations exist depending on the breed of cow.