Benefits of getting milk delivered
There are so many reasons that you should consider a doorstep delivery by Moo Fresh and many purchasers are now not just considering cheap prices but are making the eco friendly choice and ordering milk from us in re useable glass bottles. Not only does the milk taste better but it is much better for the environment also.
Having your milk delivered, with a guaranteed delivery before breakfast, is convenient, flexible and one less thing for you to worry about. It also offers fantastic value for money and although it is not as cheap as the supermarkets, there are many benefits to be gained from a doorstep delivery.
Our milk bottles can be re-used 40 times before they have to be recycled.
Our rounds staff sell over 200 other items apart from milk, and if there is anything you would like us to supply for you just ask and we will find a way of getting it.
Just what is so good about having milk delivered to your doorstep by Moo Fresh?
- We will deliver to your home or office with no delivery charge.
- You can usually get extra milk at the last minute – call,text or email your order up until 10.30pm the night before, or just register with us and change your order online and also come home from holiday to fresh milk waiting for you, no matter which day you return.
It can be a reassurance to have a regular milkman in the community to many people, especially the elderly as the milkman will keep an eye out for anything out of the ordinary.
There are many health benefits to milk, which you may not have considered:
Milk and dairy products are providers of calcium, phosphorous, magnesium and protein which are all essential for healthy bone growth and development.
Adequate consumption of milk and dairy from early childhood and throughout life can help to make the bones strong and protect them against diseases like osteoporosis (a debilitating, brittle bone disorder) in later life.
The amounts of calcium and phosphorous in milk and dairy products are also beneficial for the development and maintenance of healthy teeth.
The most abundant protein in milk is casein and is protective as it forms a thin film on the enamel surface which prevents loss of calcium and phosphate from the enamel when the teeth are exposed to acids in the mouth.
Studies have suggested that milk also reduces the effects of carcinogenic foods on teeth when consumed together with them in the diet.
In fact, dentists recommend that milk is the only safe drink to have between meals (except for water) as it has been shown not to cause tooth decay even in conditions perfect for damaging teeth!
Milk and blood pressure
An increasing number of studies suggest that consuming 3 portions of dairy each day, along with 5 portions of fruit and vegetables as part of a low salt diet can reduce high blood pressure in both adults and children.
Although the exact mechanisms involved are not clear, it is thought that the calcium, potassium, magnesium and proteins within milk are all likely to be involved.
Milk and cardiovascular disease
Several studies have linked milk and dairy consumption with a reduced risk for cardiovascular disease.
A recent study in Welsh men found that those who drank the most milk had fewer heart attacks than those who had little or no milk in their diets.
This connection could be due to many factors in milk, but epidemiological studies have shown that higher intakes of calcium in particular are linked to a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease.
More specifically, studies have shown that high calcium intakes may reduce high levels of bad cholesterol in the blood, and increase low levels of good cholesterol both of which are known risk factors for cardiovascular disease.
In addition, it is also thought that calcium may bind harmful fats together in the gut and prevent their absorption, which in turn prevents levels in the blood increasing.
A lot of the great British traditions have disappeared over the years, let’s keep this one alive.