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Bimbo
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Friends! How much do you know about milk? Many might think that there is nothing interesting. This is a very simple product. But when I began to read more about it, I was surprised. Milk is really a lot of utility. Also, milk can affect the body in different ways. For example, the Roman officers were drinking sour milk. They believed that it gives all the substances that they need during the military campaign. So, I think that milk is really important for us. I've heard that adults should not drink a lot of milk. But I do not believe in it. What do you think about it, guys?

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Glades
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The best way to find a solution to any problem - fully explore it. It is really good way to deal with everything! The milk from cows' mammary glands has long been associated with good health, making it one of the most consumed beverages throughout the US and Europe. The majority of people worldwide are not able to digest lactose, the sugar in milk, beyond infancy (i.e. when they stop breastfeeding).

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Samuelo
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Try to learn more about it, or maybe you can even find the right book. I can just tell things that I know, maybe it will help. The ability of a small number of humans to digest lactose beyond infancy is first thought to have evolved in dairy farming communities in central Europe around 7500 years ago. An estimated 15% of people of northern European descent, 80% of blacks and Hispanics, and up to 100% of Asians and First Nations people do not produce lactase, the enzyme needed to digest lactose.

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Obivan
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You can find what you are looking for with the help of Google or the library. But I will also tell you what I know about it. The resulting symptoms of lactose intolerance can include abdominal pain, bloating, gas and flatulence and watery stool. Advertising from the dairy industry has brought certain phrases into popular use, such as "Milk: it does a body good" and "Got Milk?" The presence of these slogans in mainstream media has further propelled the notion of milk being a healthful choice.

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Bimbo
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I do not know whether my opinions to help you, but I will share my thoughts. Milk is a white liquid produced by the mammary glands of mammals. All mammals, including humans, will normally produce milk to feed their offspring, weaning those offspring onto solid food as they get older. Some humans choose to consume milk intended for baby cows, sheep and goats, as well as other animals, often continuing this practice into adulthood.

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Michael
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You made the right decision, when decided to look for answers here with us. So maybe some of us can say, what you need to know. Many more people now choose instead to consume one or more of the numerous "milk alternatives" available, such as soy milk, almond milk, coconut milk, hemp milk and others. In an attempt to maintain the popularity of cow's milk, manufacturers have created many new products including flavored varieties like strawberry or chocolate, lactose-free milks, milk with added omega-3s, hormone free or organic milks and reduced fat milk.

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Moro
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Information, information, and once again - information. This will help. If you have an allergy or intolerance to cow's milk, or are considering avoiding cow's milk for ethical or environmental reasons, we have an article covering some of the milk alternatives that you may want to consider. Everyone has heard that milk is good for the bones. That is because cow's milk offers a rich source of calcium, a mineral essential for healthy bones and teeth.

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Henk
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I hope you do not mind, I'm just sharing my thoughts about this? Cow's milk is also often fortified with vitamin D, which is also beneficial for bone health. However, other nutrients are also necessary for bone health, such as vitamin K, strontium, magnesium and vitamin C. Adequate calcium and vitamin D alone are not enough to prevent osteoporosis. Regular physical activity and strength training, along with not smoking and eating a diet low in sodium and high in potassium also contribute to overall bone health and a decreased risk of osteoporosis.

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Kris
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You have your own head, but in any case, we can communicate to exchange information and help each other. There is also some evidence that the acidifying effect of animal proteins in the diet (such as from cow's milk) could have a negative effect on bone health by causing the body to pull calcium from the bones to restore optimal blood pH.10 As such, the net benefit of calcium in cow's milk may be much lower than generally claimed.

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Dasty
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Do not judge too harshly, it's just from my personal knowledge about it. I read some information about it. Cow's milk is a source of potassium, an increased of which has been associated with vasodilation and reduced blood pressure. An increase in potassium intake along with a decrease in sodium intake is the most important dietary change that a person can make to reduce their risk of cardiovascular disease.

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Bimbo
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The way I think – cannot be correct always. But usually I'm very self-critical. So perhaps my knowledge can help. Potassium-rich foods include cow's milk, oranges, tomatoes, lima beans, spinach, bananas, prunes and yogurt. A dramatic increase in potassium intake can have risks however (including heart problems), so be sure to consult a physician before making major dietary changes or taking potassium supplements.

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