• Yeah! Milk yo

    Because they muthafudging should yo! Milk be good for yall and give yo bones the stuff it needs! Foshizzle my nizzle yo! It be good tastin and be thinck an creamy if yall know what i means! Mmhmm! Don't yo forget to drink yo milk tonight or yo bones will break yo!!!

  • Everyone Should Drink Milk

    Everyone should drink milk, not just adults. Milk has many benefits and we heard throughout our childhood that if we drank our milk, we'd grow up to be very tall. Furthermore, milk can also be beneficial to our bones, thus helping us be stronger as we age. In addition, milk is also a good source of protein.

  • Obvious.

    Yes, I do believe that adults should drink milk. Everyone should. It is a great source of vitamin D and is an important part of one's diet. Too much of anything is bad but we should focus on organic food and drinks and healthy living. That is what's best for all of us.

  • Yes

    Of course adults should drink milk. Now, what kind of "milk" is their choice. Many people are vegans and do not consume animal products. These days they make "milks" out of things like soybeans and almonds for people to consume. If they choose to consume cow's milk or animal milk, they should opt for organic, non hormone treated milk. All milks have vitamin D and calcium added, so we don't necessarily have to opt for dairy milk anymore.

  • Yes

    I think this goes without saying. There are countless proven benefits to drinking milk and many proven results of not drinking. Adults greatly benefit from drinking it, and should make sure they get the recommended daily amount to help with their bones, even though they have stopped growing themselves. It helps prevent osteoporosis, which is a big concern for adults as they get older.

  • Osteoporosis... Who Wants That???

    Milk, in studies, is known to deplete calcium levels in bones. It can also cause Osteoporosis, in which there is more than 3 million US cases per year. A lifelong lack of calcium plays a major role in the development of osteoporosis. Low calcium intake contributes to diminished bone density, early bone loss and an increased risk of fractures. People who have anorexia are at higher risk of osteoporosis.

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