Milk. It does a body good.
Unless it doesn't, that is.
While milk is an excellent source of calcium and protein, up to 75% of the world's population cannot properly digest lactose, the sugar found in milk. When they try, the result... Read more
Protein supplements are popular among casual exercisers, serious bodybuilders, dieters and even non-exercisers for many reasons. Most people know that protein is an essential nutrient for overall health that helps promote fullness and also plays... Read more
It can be as frustrating as it is familiar: the achy tightness in your abdomen after you eat, or the sharp pain, bloating and distension you feel after a large meal--or any meal. With so many foods now composed of a multitude of ingredients, it can b... Read more
Did you know that your digestive tract contains more than 400 types of “friendly” bacteria? These little guys, commonly referred to as probiotics (which means "pro-life"), help reduce the growth of harmful bacteria and promote a... Read more
In recent years, many supermarkets have responded to customer demands and now offer a variety of milk options. Whether you are allergic to cow’s milk or simply wish to forgo dairy for other reasons, you can easily find many delicious milk alter... Read more
I have been letting the meal plans show on my nutrition tracker and I notice a lot of dairy, in particular milk. OK I admit it, I am suspicious of the lobby efforts of the milk industry and think that is part of the reason I see milk so often. I am... Read more
Lately I've been using Almond milk with my cereal and oatmeal to save on the calories since I hate skimmed milk. I always buy the shelf stable type. The first brand I got was Alpro almond milk unsweetened. It was alright, but it taste... Read more
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On a planned trip soon, I will be making a lot of my own dairy-free milks and alternatively-made milk kefir. A friend of mind (thank you, Kawmra!) recently turned me on to oat milk and milk kefir made with powdered whole... Read more
Yogurt is easier to digest than regular milk, so if you're lactose intolerant but you want some calcium and protein, give it a try! Also, if you like milk but hate the tummy aches (and hate soy milk), try lactose-free milk. It's sweeter, tastes simil... Read more
If you like milk, but have lactose intolerance, or just don't want the extra calories, Almond milk is a great way to go. I thought at first it might taste too much like almonds or too sweet, but it has much the same consistency as 2% milk, without th... Read more
For 73 years, farming communities all over our country have recognized the dairy farmer during the month of June. Dairy month began back in 1937 when grocer organizations sponsored National Dairy Month, which became June Dairy Month in 1939. Fluid mi... Read more
Both my husband and I have been milk drinkers our entire lives. Some of our fondest memories growing up include milk. For my husband it was spending summers working on his grandfather's dairy farm. For me it was greeting our milkman Mr. McVay each we... Read more
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