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Quiz: What's Your Milk IQ?

Milk. It’s one of those breakfast and baking standbys that we know and trust, but perhaps don’t wonder about that often. When our research revealed some amazing milk health benefits, we realized that we needed a bit of a milk refresher course.

For example, did you know that one 8-oz glass of milk packs more protein than an egg? This was news to us, as was the fact that most adults don’t get enough protein at breakfast, while getting more than they need at dinner. That’s why we want you to take the milk IQ challenge to find out how your knowledge of milk, nutrients, and vitamins stacks up. It’s quick, it’s fun, and it’s probably the only online quiz you’ll take this week that has the potential to make you healthier.

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How many grams of protein do experts recommend having at each meal?

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True or false: all forms of protein are created equal.

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One 8oz. glass of Milk contains how much protein?

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How many essential nutrients does Milk contain?

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Which nutrients found in Milk do you need more of to support a healthy immune system?

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One glass of fat free Milk contains how many calories?

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Milk is probably best known for its calcium and vitamin D, but do you know which vitamin found in Milk can help maintain healthy vision, AND aids in bone and tooth development?

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You probably already know that drinking Milk is a great way to get your daily dose of calcium--which of the following does calcium help with?

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Calcium is obviously a pretty big deal. How much of the recommended daily 1000mg of calcium can you get from consuming three servings of Milk each day?

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True or false: On average, children get enough calcium from their typical diet.

The Great American Milk Drive helps deliver Milk to hungry families and provide them the nourishment they need to accomplish great things. To learn how you can bring nutrient rich milk to Citizen Kids in your community, visit MilkLife.com/give.

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