We eliminated dairy from our house for many, many months. Slowly, with experimentation, we have found some sources that agree with most of us in the house. I appreciate the vitamin K2 and butyrate found in select dairy products that are grass-fed and/or aged, and so I would like some dairy in my kids’ diets. Dairy is not mandatory for health, and if it causes you symptoms, you have some more work to do before adding it back in. But if it honestly causes no symptoms on close scrutiny, it adds wonderful flavor to foods and some important nutrients.
I write articles on whole foods living for a fun, quarterly magazine called Molly Green. We get the magazine in print and read it over breakfast. I love the kids to see me reading something tangible and not just reading on The Black Machine (insert Imperial Death March song). This quarter’s article is about different ways that dairy intolerant people may tolerate some dairy: A1 beta-casein versus A2 beta-casein, fat-rich sources versus protein-rich sources, milks from different animals, and fermentation. Click over if you’re interested…
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