Health is God’s gift to us. Health refers to the physical and mental state of a human being. To stay healthy is not an option but a necessity to live a happy life.
Health is Wealth” means that nothing in life has more value than health. There can be no success without health and thereby no money. If one is not healthy, they can’t enjoy the wealth. Yes, good health has more value than money.
The basic laws of good health are related to the food we eat, the amount of physical exercise we do, our cleanliness, rest, and relaxation.
When we are talking about food, it must be a balanced diet. Milk is a delicious superfood. It is a must in our diet.
Milk is traditionally considered a complete food. In fact, some studies in the past have shown that milk and milk products improve blood pressure and reduce hypertension risk.
Milk is a nutrient-rich fluid that is packed with a variety of nutrients like protein, which is necessary for muscle growth and maintenance, cellular repair and immunity.
Then calcium – contributes to normal growth and development of bones, maintenance of normal bones, normal teeth and normal muscle function. Calcium is required for normal neuro-transmission.
World Milk Day
Friends, we celebrated June 1 as world milk day for the last two decades to recognize the importance of milk as global food. It is the day to raise awareness about the health benefits of this nutrient rich food, which is also considered as a wholesome meal across the world.
Let us talk more about this day that celebrates milk.
World milk day is an opportune moment to create awareness over benefits of consuming milk and also take time out to ponder over healthy dairy practice.
They commemorated it to honour the dairy industry’s success and importance in the world. The dairy sector is significant since it not only provides food to a large number of people but also supports many people’s livelihoods.
This day focuses on the importance of milk and raises awareness among the masses about dairy’s part in healthy living, diets, and food production.
The theme of World Milk Day
The theme of World Milk Day is to bring attention to the climate change crisis and how the dairy sector can reduce its impact on the planet. The aim is to achieve ‘Dairy Net Zero’ by reducing greenhouse gas emissions over the next 30 years and improving waste management in order to make the dairy sector sustainable.
Milk is our staple food.
Milk is regarded, along with bread, as one of the staples of the Western diet. From breakfast to dinner, we consume it in different forms. And in the present time, it comes from different sources too, including almonds, soy, and coconut. I am very fond of milk from childhood.
My favorite milk recipe are …
One of the easiest and simple milk recipes celebrated in India. It’s a combination of soaked rice, milk, sugar, Kesar, and nuts, which are altogether slow cooked and served hot or cold desert.
Another sweet dish made with just milk, which is slow cooked and reduced to form a thick grainy texture treat, which is naturally sweet and is served as a dessert.
It’s a summer drink made with ripe mango chunks, blended with milk, sugar, and garnished with cherry, nuts, and grated coconut too.
It’s a sweet dish made with milk, clubbed together in different forms. It uses soft and spongy discs of cheena made with milk, which are soaked with a sweet syrup of milk flavoured with Kesar, nuts, and sugar.
HISTORY OF WORLD MILK DAY:
In 2001, World Milk Day was introduced by the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations to recognize the importance of milk as a global food, and to celebrate the dairy sector every year on 1 June.
Amid these struggling and straining times because of the coronavirus outbreak, all of us can also mark this day by donating milk packets to people who are in need and are unable to get access to these amenities, which are as basic as procuring ‘milk
India is the largest producer of milk in the world
It is the fact that India is the largest producer of milk, followed by the US, China, and Pakistan, and accounts for 22 percent of global milk production
- India has an economy that highly depends on agricultural production. Among various products, dairy plays a significant part in many aspects of Indian society, including religion, culture, cuisine, and economy.
- India has the world’s largest dairy herd, of over 300 million bovines, producing 187 million tonnes of milk.
- India is also the first among all the countries in both the production and consumption of milk.
- Most of the milk in India is domestically consumed, we also exported though a small fraction of the product.
- Dairy production in India has historical roots that go back to 8,000 years. Dairy products, particularly milk, were being consumed on the subcontinent at least from the Vedic period.
- Milk is the only thing we can consume as babies and milk is one thing that makes a complete meal. –
- There are many interesting ways to include milk in our daily routine so that we never get bored with this nectar.
- Let us start each and every day of our lives with the nourishment of milk and stay healthy and happy. Warm wishes on World Milk Day to everyone.
- The occasion of World Milk Day reminds us that we are lucky that we are blessed with the goodness of milk. Let us embrace it and enjoy it each and every day.
- Having a glass of milk every day can help us lead towards a healthier life.
Wishing a very Happy World Milk Day to all.
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