Two months ago, the Esculab Diagnostic Center took part in a large-scale and unique project from the TSN - Milk Experiment or the Glass of Milk.

This powerful experiment brought together a huge number of people, including children, for whom this project was created. The essence of the experiment was to determine whether the so-called "scarce" conditions (in the framework of the project: calcium deficiency in children) were associated, for example, with the lack of milk in schools. DC "Esculab" has assumed the mission of laboratory confirmation or refutation of this hypothesis completely free of charge.

At the beginning of the project, blood samples were taken at 18 pupils from one of the Lviv schools, and significant deviations from the norm of ionized calcium, vitamin D3, and several other indicators that influence the absorption of Ca by the organism were detected. Also, specialists from other hospitals participating in the project separately performed bone density tests and these results were also not satisfactory. Such deviations are understandable that lead to problems with school children's health: problems with teeth, frequent fractures, injuries, spinal diseases, sleep disturbances, seizures, etc.

The Milk Experiment project lasted exactly two months, during this period, students daily consumed at least 1 glass of milk a day. At the end of the study period, DC "Esculab" conducted second blood samples to analyze the contents of the above-mentioned indicators. What shocking results have doctors received as a result of such a useful and unique TSN project? Is it really just 1 cup of milk a day able to affect the health of our children, and, say, save them from a number of diseases? See in the story from TSN from 1+1 channel.