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Is Milk Healthy?

Is Milk Healthy?

Is milk healthy? It sounds like a simple question, but the answer is anything but simple. Milk is actually a controversial topic due to opinions that run the gamut from “milk is the best thing you can drink” to “milk is one of the worst drinks on the planet.”

First, let’s

Ask Tufts Experts: More on A2 Milk, Carrageenan Safety, Flaxseeds.

Q: In the July issue you talked about A2 milk. Could you clarify if this product will help with my lactose intolerance?
A: John Leung, MD, an allergist, gastroenterologist, and director of the Center for Food Related Diseases at Tufts Medical Center, explains, “A2 milk is almost identical to the milk

What Are Dairy Intolerance Symptoms? Gas, Nausea, Diarrhea, and More

What Are Dairy Intolerance Symptoms? Gas, Nausea, Diarrhea, and More

If you’ve ever experienced stomach pain after taking down a glass a milk or found yourself running to the bathroom after a bowl of ice cream, you may be experiencing dairy intolerance symptoms.

Dairy intolerance symptoms are typically stomach-related as your body fails to properly digest the dairy product you consumed.

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

Dairy for High Blood Pressure

Are you at risk of becoming part of the global 26% of adults with high blood pressure, putting you at risk for heart disease and strokes? If so, including low-fat dairy or yogurt in your diet can help keep blood pressure under control.

If You Think You Can?t Handle Milk, Here’s Some Good News for You

Lactose intolerance is an often misdiagnosed?even self-diagnosed?condition sometimes confused with milk allergy, which is far more serious. While it’s common to hear someone say they are lactose intolerant, the condition actually occurs less often than you might think. Here, EN sets the record straight on what lactose intolerance is, who

Got Milk Allergy?

Q. I have lactose intolerance and can’t drink milk. Should I also avoid products that say ?may contain milk?? A. No. That warning is intended for people who suffer from milk allergy, a much more serious condition. People with lactose intolerance are missing an enzyme needed to digest lactose, the

Dairy Showdown: Two Experts Debate Whether Milk Helps or Hinders Health

Milk does a body good, so goes the popular slogan?or does it? The U.S. Department of Agriculture believes in the benefits of dairy and last year revised the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, advising everyone to strive for a solid three servings a day of low-fat milk, low-fat cheese or yogurt.

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