The key to avoiding the decrease in bone mass with advancing ages is the consumption of sufficient amounts of calcium and vitamin D. Nowadays, 50% of the women over 50 show signs of osteoporosis along with menopause. For this reason, it is important to make it a habit to regularly drink milk in our childhood and adolescence years - both the periods of forming habits that we keep for the rest of our life.

Milk supports the bone structure and ensures the development of bones during the transition period from infancy to adulthood, and its regular consumption needs to proceed in the advancing years to protect the calcium density in the bone structure. While the calcium necessity by age and gender may vary, consumption of 2-3 glasses of milk a day is advised.