5 times National Surfing Champion
“Having a balanced diet and an active lifestyle nourishes my body and spirit.”
Easkey believes that eating healthy and getting a good balance of nutrients ensures she has the right fuel for making the most of her passion – surfing the waves. As part of her diet, Easkey includes milk as it provides a natural package of many important nutrients such as calcium, protein, phosphorus, potassium, iodine, vitamin B2 and vitamin B12.
A Force of Nature
When we think of milk, the nutrient that most often springs to mind is calcium. Yes, milk is an important source of dietary calcium, but milk is also a natural source of many other nutrients that are vital for maintaining good health, whatever your age. Like protein, iodine, phosphorus, potassium, vitamin B2 and vitamin B12. This makes milk a force of nature.
Part of a healthy lifestyle
Life can be pretty hectic - working, learning, socialising, exercising, getting things organised. With its unique combination of nutrients, milk is a valuable daily ally to have!
Milk, nutrition and health
Balance and variety are key to a healthy diet. Indeed, in recent decades, the range of foods available has steadily increased. As a result, however, a new phenomenon has emerged: choice stress! Could going back to basics be part of the solution?
A powerful international campaign
This new campaign builds on a previous campaign featuring the mythical world of the knights, who embody the hidden natural power within milk. Milk is a true force of nature because it contains a unique mix of nutrients that can help you manage the battles of the day!
For this year’s campaign, we worked together with Irish pro surfer, Easkey Britton.
The mythical knights from the initial campaign materialise in Easkey’s world while she enjoys a glass of milk with her mum.
Milk and milk products are enjoyable and versatile. Did you know that heat has little impact on the calcium content of food? This means that cooked meals containing milk retain the calcium and can help you meet your recommended daily intake from the ‘milk, yogurt and cheese’ food group.