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The Dangers Of Pasteurized Homogenized Milk
Good fat is: good for health. Low fat is not. If you can get 2% fat milk that is healthy and tastes best. We want to avoid transfats in prepared foods. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Controversial.: Organic milk will not have added bovine hormones, or antibiotics but otherwise is the same. It's still milk after all. Whether milk has a carcinogen is controversial. There some claims about processing causing problems with low fat or skim milk, and claims about hormones in milk being carcinogenic, but these things are not generally accepted at this point. ...Read more
NO: Question if soy milk is in the same group as "milk, yogurt, cheese" group. NO. Soy milk is soy based, which is a different protein than cow's milk protein. Traditional milk, yogurt, and cheese are made from cow's milk. All these have alternative to cow's milk, such as soy, almond, coconut, etc. ...Read more
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Snails: http://www.livestrong.com/article/423272-are-snails-healthy-to-eat/Get a more detailed answer ›
Can we use milk replacer like almond milk, soye milk instead of anyother milk in the tea or coffee. ?
Absolutely: it's mostly a matter of taste.Get a more detailed answer ›
How much estrogen is there in regular cow's milk compared with the phytoestrogens in whole soy milk?
Good Question: It depends on type of both " milks". Look at what you have and go to google for an answer. ...Read more
Insulin release: Hi. Most dairy products have some sugars in them, and they stimulate insulin release accordingly. Butter has no sugars, but is usually put on things that have sugars/carbohydrates, and as such, insulin is still released in response to the whole package. I advise nonfat dairy for everyone, not just diabetics. Heart disease is twice as likely in diabetes as it is in matched non-diabetics. Good luck! ...Read more
Formula: There are basically 2 types of infant formula. Cow's milk based and soy based. There are several speciality formulas, which have been changed, to make them easier to digest and hypoallergenic, but they are still cow/soy based. G6PD has many thing that can't be eaten, but water isn't one of them. This is a good resource. http://www.g6pd.org ...Read more
Could cancer patients receiving chemo drink milk? Or lactose free milk or none of the dairy milk product
No such restrictions: Dairy products are not harmful to patients with Cancer unless they are overweight, in which case we try to minimize dairy product use in order to lose weight. Over-weight is not good for anyone including patients with cancer. As such patients with Cancer are allowed to drink milk, especially reduced fat type of milk is good for their nutrition. ...Read more
Is the consumption of milk and other dairy products correlated with the prevalence of prostate cancer?
No: While the cause of prostate is not known, and there are links to families with cancer, we next ascribe diet, mostly rish in saturated fats and red meats. Increasingly "healthy" diets are rich in fresh fruits and vegtables, lycopenes from processed tomatoes, elagic acid anti-oxidants from berries and cruciferous vegetables. Vitamin e appears not to help. Milk/dairy has not been indicted! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
The milk & the soup: I assume that you are having to watch your total daily fluid intake, and have been given a certain restriction - like 1500cc per day. I would count the milk and the soup liquid into your total fluid volume, but would count the yogurt more as a food. You basically need to be concerned about how much free water you are putting into your system, so count the thinner liquids and not the thicker foods. ...Read more
Food safety.: Pasteurization is a process of heating a food product to a specific temperature for a set length of time to decrease its microbial content and slow its spoilage. Milk and juice are examples of pasteurized products. The use of pasteurization has lead to huge advances in food safety, especially infant deaths due to food-borne illness. A side effect that some vitamin & mineral content is lost. ...Read more
Can we drink cold milk (right out of the milk can, oak farms whole milk); during pregnancy? Which milk is good during pregnancy whole or 1% or 2%?
Which is better?Whole wheat flour or whole wheat+soya+gram+corn+oat+psyllium husk giving 15.6gm of protein?any significant benefits?or just hype?Guide
It would be helpful: ...to understand your goals of therapy in taking these products, before we can comment on which is better specifically for you, or in general. ...Read more
Hypothyroidism is on the rise because of companies putting brominated vegetable oil in soft drinks isn't it?
No: There is no such association. Do you believe the world is flat as well? You need some hobbies to take you away from the internet. ...Read more
What are health benefits of drinking regular tea with a spoonful of sugar and non fat milk during pregnancy?
None. : This really isn't benefitting you.Get a more detailed answer ›
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