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Ioan
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I'm no expert in this, as well as a lot of guys here. But I really hope that the knowledge’s of each of us can help. Non-acidifying plant sources of calcium may be preferable for some people, with the absorption of calcium from kale, broccoli and other vegetables ranging from 40-64%. Choline: Milk is also a rich source of choline; an important nutrient found to support sleep, muscle movement, learning and memory.

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Tad
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Sometimes it's really important just to hear the opinion of someone else. This gives you an opportunity to look at the situation from the outside. Then everything becomes a lot easier. Choline helps to maintain the structure of cellular membranes, aids in the transmission of nerve impulses, assists in the absorption of fat and can lessen chronic inflammation. So try to think more about milk!

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Crouly
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It's just the way in which I think. In any case, I think it is always much better to look for what you are looking for among those people who know enough about it. Potassium: An optimal intake of potassium is associated with a reduced risk of stroke, heart disease, high blood pressure, protection against loss of muscle mass, preservation of bone mineral density and reduction in the formation of kidney stones.

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Drew
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We should always help each other so that the world can be really cruel to us. So, we can only hope to help each other. Listen to what I will tell you. A high potassium intake is associated with a 20% decreased risk of dying from all causes.3 The recommended daily intake of potassium for all adults is 4,700 mg per day. A cup of cow's milk contains around 366 mg of potassium (slightly more than in most soy milk beverages), although the unpleasant digestive effects of lactose intolerance, such as diarrhea, can lead to potassium depletion.

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Bimbo
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I'm not the standard of erudition, but in any case, I hope that my opinion can also bring at least some kind benefits. Vitamin D (fortified): Vitamin D is not naturally present in cow's milk, but may be added alongside other nutrients to fortify cow's milk as well as soy milk, etc. Vitamin D is important for bone health, aiding in the formation, growth, and repair of bones. This nutrient also plays an important role in calcium absorption and immune function.

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Bimbo
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I can not tell too much because I do not know enough about it. But in any case, I hope that my thoughts and words can also bring at least something good. Vitamin D deficiency has been associated with osteoporosis, depression, chronic fatigue, muscle pain, PMS, hypertension, and breast and colon cancer. Milk is also fortified with numerous vitamins, including vitamins A and D, and may contain small amounts of vitamin B2 (riboflavin) and so on.

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Bimbo
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There are so many thoughts as there are so many people. Opinions differ greatly and this is not a surprise. Some of these vitamins (especially A and riboflavin) are destroyed by exposure to light, meaning that nutrient levels are low in milk stored in transparent containers. Lactose intolerance is a condition in which a person lacks the enzyme to break down the sugar found in milk for proper digestion.

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Bimbo
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Hey guys! Good information! Would like to add some more to what you have said. Those with lactose intolerance may experience bloating, flatulence or diarrhea when consuming milk and milk products. The negative effects of lactose intolerance on the gastrointestinal system may compromise absorption of nutrients from other foods. Drinking lactose-free milk, which has added enzymes to help with lactose digestion, or taking a lactase supplement when consuming milk may ease or eliminate these symptoms.

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Bimbo
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When I need some information on particular case or problem I try to look it in the internet. Milk allergy or hypersensitivity is different from lactose intolerance and refers to an abnormal immunologic reaction in which the body's immune system produces an allergic antibody, called immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibody. A cow's milk allergy can cause symptoms such as wheezing, diarrhea and vomiting, as well as asthma and so on...

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Louis
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Cow's milk is designed to help newborn cows to grow faster, which is why it makes sense that humans who drink milk intended for baby cows can also bulk up quickly. Cow's milk is an immense source of high-quality protein (containing all of the essential amino acids), and whole milk is also a great source of energy in the form of saturated fat, which can prevent muscle mass being used for energy.Maintaining a proper amount of muscle is important for supporting metabolism and contributing to weight loss and weight maintenance, and sufficient dietary protein is necessary to preserve or increase lean muscle mass

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