Our expert says:
By ingesting those 2 x 250 ml of milk you will provide your body with at least 600 mg of calcium (which is a great bonus), high-grade protein and B vitamins. So I would say that this is good for you. If you think that the full-cream versions are too high in energy (257 kJ/100ml), then use fat-free milk instead (146 kJ/100ml).
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