Protein at breakfast can help children start their day off right and energize their morning—plus getting enough protein at breakfast can also help them to feel fuller, longer. Studies also show eating breakfast can help kids to be at their best in the classroom. Milk is an ideal and affordable way for kids to get natural, high-quality protein in the morning, along with 8 other nutrients they need—like calcium, vitamin D, and potassium. Whether in a glass, cup or bowl, milk is a simple and wholesome way to help kids get a protein-packed breakfast before school. Simply pair a glass with your meal, or mix milk into you and your family’s favorite breakfast foods—and visit www.MilkLife.com
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