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Kids’ special: Dairy delicious

Eating and drinking dairy every day builds your bones. The food group milk and cheese belongs to is dairy.

  • Calcium which helps build stronger bones and harder bones (bone density)
  • B vitamins such as riboflavin (to give you energy) and vitamin B12 (to help produce red blood cells)
  • Protein

What do you remember about fibre and dairy? After reading each sentence, decide whether the sentence is talking about Fibre (F) or about Dairy (D). (See below for answers.)

  1. This belongs to the carbohydrate family.
  2. An example of this food group is cheese.
  3. Eating this helps you do poos.
  4. Good examples of this food are oats and apples.
  5. These foods help build bones.

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ANSWERS: 1 = F, 2 = D, 3 = F, 4 = F, 5 = D

Dairy refers to any food product that comes from milk.

First published: Aug 2011



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