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Dairy, Food

All the products obtained from milk harvested from animals like cattle, camels, goats, buffaloes and sheep, are known under the general name of dairy products. Because of their high content of calcium, they are indispensable for the development of bones and skeletal tissue. Children have a superior need of calcium in their diet, which is why they are the biggest consumers of milk and dairy products. However, adults also benefit from a calcium-rich diet because it helps them prevent serious conditions such as osteoporosis.

The major concern of those who want to limit to intake of dairy products in their diet is the content of fat, also included with these foods. For this reason, low-fat and fat-free dairy products are now produced by important manufacturers, in order to come to these people’s aid.

Fat-rich dairy products, along with sweetened yogurts and desserts, only add to the amount of so-called empty calories in one’s diet. Since empty calories are among the main culprits of obesity, limiting them is essential for a healthy diet.

Some people develop from an early age a condition called lactose intolerance. For them, lactose-free milk and dairy products are recommended, in order to get the necessary intake of calcium, without triggering their allergies. Revised August 30th, 2015 Submit a Website

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