And make sure you bring your family out to enjoy a day on the farm visiting the animals, sipping on hot cider, shopping our store bake sale and picking up your fresh turkey! And we’re offering amazing specials for people coming to the farm that day.
To keep your bones healthy, it's important to eat a balanced diet which is rich in vitamin D and magnesium as well as calcium.
Maintaining healthy bones also involves doing regular weight-bearing exercise and avoiding the five 'S' words: smoking, stimulants, sugar, salt and stress.
So, to help you get a better understanding of the pros and cons of dairy, I've broken it down into the 10 most frequently asked questions I receive in relation to dairy, which should provide you with a balanced view: Is dairy a nutritious food?
Taken in moderation and as part of a balanced diet, dairy products such as milk, cheese and yogurt can provide a wide range of benefits to the body as they contain the goodness of a number of essential nutrients, including protein, calcium, zinc, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin A, vitamin B2 and vitamin B12. Yes, as the commercial mantra goes, 'them bones them bones' do need calcium.
we’ll have a healthy bake sale going on as well as yummy warm drinks! They stay in a nice airy brooder for two weeks while they grow feathers and mature.
Next, they are moved out to the field where they enjoy fresh air, grass, and bugs!
However, the notion that dairy is the only way to ensure adequate calcium intake comes from out-dated food pyramids and guidelines supplied by dairy boards and dairy councils with big commercial agendas. Good non-dairy sources of calcium include tinned sardines, nuts, seeds, pulses and green leafy vegetables.
However, calcium isn't the only important nutrient.
DC are good at deductions too - fact is Arla as a cooperative will return a price which is truly market related, in good times and others.