I’ve heard a lot of controversial things about dairy, although I don’t think there is a lot of research to support it. I recently cut out dairy for about a year while nursing. I felt good and dropped some weight, although I’m not sure if it was the dairy or just cutting out a food group and therefore decreasing calories without really thinking about it. What are your thoughts on dairy?
I understand there are lots of controversial about dairy but it should not be judged by take up dairy or not. Instead, a daily consume of how many calories from dairy should be taken in count. Some dairy are good for example plain (low fat) yogurt which helps in food digestion; low fat milk which are high in calcium (good for your bones) and high in protein but all these are low in calories and fats. Here I have a good website to share with you about:
Food Nutritional Chart – Food Calorie Chart ===> http://whatscookingamerica.net/NutritionalChart.htm
And also some tips about making wise choices in the Dairy Group===>
Count and control your daily calories intake along with regular exercise definitely you can have your healthy dairy everyday with no worries!
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I don’t. In fact, as a vegetarian, I get a fair amount of protein from dairy products and are not worse off for it.
If you suspect that you have an issue with dairy products, you can always conduct your own test. You indicated that you were not sure whether some of your reasons of feeling better were actually caused by the elimination of dairy products in your diet. Try to control those variables and see whether it works for you. Obviously, as long as you get the appropriate nutrients in your diet, it is possible to go without dairy, as lactose intolerant people have to do.
Hormones in dairy -> Cancer
Autoimmune diseases -> Multiple Sclerosis, Diabetes, Lupus, Arthritis (T. Colin Campbell – The China Study)
CAUSES osteoporosis – Studies have shown that dairy leads to acidic environment and causes the body to pull calcium from the bones. John Robbins
Mucous build up
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