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One Day of Life: Incorporating Dairy Products into Your Life Supports Local Farmers [Opinion]

In September, the school year is in full swing! Hi, my name is Mikaila Davis, Berks County Dairy Princess. Now that school has begun, we’ll talk about different ways you can include three servings of dairy in your diet each day.

Start your day with dairy products by enjoying a bowl of yogurt or whole milk cereal before going to school in the morning.

For lunch, if you buy a school lunch, grab milk with your meal or prepare yogurt, grilled cheese, or a slice of pizza.

For students packing lunch, there are numerous options for you to include dairy products. You may have a cheese stick, yogurt, diced cheese stuffed with Bologna, or your favorite dairy vegetable dip that you can enjoy with your vegetables.

After school, my favorite treat is always a bowl of string cheese or ice cream.

Whatever you eat, make sure it’s made from genuine dairy products that contain all nine essential nutrients found in a completely natural way.

Ideally, children and adults should consume 3 servings of dairy products daily to remain healthy and strong. Incorporate dairy products into your diet and do your best at school!

Mikaila Davis is a daily princess in Berks County. She is a 2019 graduate of Schuylkill Valley High School. Her family lives on a small farm near Reeseport, where they raise Holstein heifers. Mikaira has been a member of the Northern Burks 4-H Daily Club for 10 years. She attends Pennsylvania State University, studies agribusiness, and works as an office assistant at the Leesport Farmers Market. She is also an active member of her brothers More’sville Church and Ontera Unigrange. Mikaila was previously the Berks County Lilmis Dairy Princess, Dairy Ambassador from 2007 to 2008, and the Berks County Alternative Dairy Princess from 2018 to 2019.

One Day of Life: Incorporating Dairy Products into Your Life Supports Local Farmers [Opinion]

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