When people can't digest milk, we call them lactose intolerant. This seems to signify that it's an unusual condition — that most people are just fine with milk, cheese and ice cream, and that lactose intolerance is something that needs to be fixed or helped. But it turns out that those poor souls Author: Alison Cooper. Milk has long been touted for its myriad health benefits. Rich in many vitamins, minerals and protein, you can enjoy milk in many ways -- from a refreshing beverage to a satisfying snack or a key baking ingredient. The National Dairy Council and the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for .
Fact: Milk is for babies and children. If you are an adult—i.e., not a baby or child—you should not be drinking milk. Look, I'm not a dairy dictator. I understand that, occasionally, adults Author: Kara Brown. Apr 26, 2019 · A glass of milk contains almost 30 percent of the daily requirement of calcium for adults. Milk also contains potassium and magnesium. These minerals are important for healthy bones and teeth.Author: Noreen Iftikhar, MD.
May 15, 2015 · Yet as you've probably heard, the nutritional tide can sometimes seem like it is turning on milk, leading someÂ to wonder whether adults should be drinking it at all.. Here are the facts:Author: Jessica Migala. Black market breast milk. There’s no science, however, to suggest that breast milk offers the same nutritional benefits to adults. But that doesn’t stop some people from believing that drinking mother’s milk improves athletic performance or can cure life-threatening and chronic diseases such as cancer and even erectile dysfunction, reports Newsweek.