10 High Protein Foods That Are Great For You

9. 2 % Milk

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Milk is rich in calcium which your bones need in order to stay strong. A great source of protein; milk builds muscles and tissue. Carbohydrates in milk give you energy when you need it. It is rich in nutrients that keep all aspects of the body functioning well such as Vitamin A, B, D and phosphorus. The fats in milk are essential fatty acids that the body requires in moderation.

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