Tag: dairy allergy

8. Dairy

Shift to Nutrient-Rich Dairy
According to the 2015–2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, most people in the U.S. would do well to increase their intake of nutrient-dense dairy products, such as low-fat milk and plain yogurt. These nutrient-rich dairy foods are excellent sources of vitamins and minerals that Americans tend to fall

Lactose Intolerance: It’s Different Than Having a Milk Allergy

Lactose Intolerance: It’s Different Than Having a Milk Allergy

If you have a dairy allergy, chances are you’ve heard this question many times: So, you have a lactose intolerance, right? Those with dairy issues commonly encounter confusion over lactose intolerance and milk allergy. Over the years, I’ve received questions from relatives who can’t understand why tiny amounts of milk

Supermarket Sleuth: Plant-Based Milks Are Plentiful

Picking up a carton of milk at the store used to mean buying cow’s milk; your only choice was the size of the carton. Today, refrigerated and shelf-stable sections of supermarkets are spilling over with numerous non-dairy milk options.

“Some people use non-dairy milk because they are lactose intolerant, have a

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