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Diets which cut out dairy food...
...could be a "ticking time bomb" for young people's bone health, a charity is warning. The National Osteoporosis Society says it’s concerned many young adults are putting their health at risk by following eating fads. Professor Susan Lanham-New is clinical advisor for the National Osteoporosis Society and head of the department of nutritional sciences at the University of Surrey.
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Ice Cream!: The Whole Scoop
By Gail Damerow
Lactose Intolerance & Milk Allergy
An allergy to milk and milk products, which are a great source of protein and calcium, is rare
- more common is a lactose intolerance.
Some people only react adversely to cow's milk and are able to drink both sheep and goat's milk without any symptoms. In these cases, it is generally a protein called casein, that affects them, rather than the lactose. If a product is labelled as 'milk free', it should be suitable for both people who are lactose intolerant and sensitive to casein.