- Beautiful BirdLv 61 year ago
Yes. Calcium, an essential nutrient for a strong skeletal structure, is stored primarily in the bones.
- The DonaldLv 61 year ago
I bone grows when I see a woman with big breasts at the gym.
- TimesLv 41 year ago
it's the calcium that helps bones grow along with some other vitamins . the fat is good for keeping you full and hydrated skins.
- Anonymous1 year ago
Did you know that milk may have traces of mucus due to the infected utters of the cows?
Cows and any other animal used to pleasure sick humans, are horrifically abused and put in the most unsanitary, repulsive, disgusting environments ever. They sit and stand in their own urine and feces, they have wounds on them that are left untreated, they have so much infection due to such poor living conditions.
So sad.Source(s): I am not vegan. I eat mainly seafood. Wish I could go vegan but I’ve tried countless times and need protein (seafood) because carbs don’t sit good with me. Vegan diet creates constipation and bloat for me. Very uncomfortable. I slowly am limiting my meat consumption(other than seafood.)
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- Vanilla VirtueLv 41 year ago
Not sure, a lot of plant based/vegan doctors don’t think there’s a need to drink milk which is meant for a baby calf. You can get calcium and vitamin D from other sources. Calcium is in almond milk as well, and vitamin D ,which is in fortified milk, can be received from the sunlight.
- audreyLv 71 year ago
Yes, When you're a child. As an adult, not so much.
- ReiLv 51 year ago
It doesn't make them grow, it helps make them strong
- 1 year ago
If you drink milk to keep your bones strong, there's good logic in it. Milk and dairy products are concentrated calcium sources, and we know calcium fortifies bones and prevents osteoporosis. However, a recent study suggests that while some milk may be good, more is not better.
- Anonymous1 year ago
If you are still growing yes it does. Milk is loaded with calcium which is crucial for bone development. See link for other calcium rich foods.
- WBLv 71 year ago