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People often ask me what we can learn from these phenomenal people. Is there anything we can do to enhance our own performance from following their lead?
As milk-drinkers everywhere raise a glass this World Milk Day, I'll explore the most prevalent myths that still persist around the consumption of milk, and try to separate the fact from the fiction:
As dietitians we see many children who are seemingly 'overfed' yet simply 'malnourished'. Getting the balance of nutrients right for both ourselves and our children from their early years will avoid having to try and fix the problem later.
karandaev via Getty Images 1. Protein With 3.4g per 100ml, the drink is a strong source of protein. In milk, there are two
Almost half of young people think they have a milk allergy. Yes, you can say it's a trend and yes, you can say it's largely for health reasons but what if the real reason why milk sales are plummeting was because people are realising it's gross?
Dairy dreams with professional eaters.
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Milk, yoghurt, cheese, buttery spreads: everyday fridge essentials we don’t pay too much attention to. In the midweek supermarket
Health benefits of the white stuff: explained.
In case you’ve been chilling under a boulder for the past few years, you’ll know we’ve had an explosion in the popularity