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Milk is an important part of diets around the world for many different reasons, but primarily because it is a rich source of minerals, such as calcium, which helps to improve bone strength and reduce inflammation, and also improves the body’s ability to absorb nutrients. When it comes to tuberculosis, a well-functioning immune system is crucial to battle the illness. Furthermore, the fats found in milk can soothe the respiratory system and eliminate irritation and pain in the respiratory tracts and lungs, which are the main victims of tuberculosis. Protection Status
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