Milk is good for bones, but what if your child won’t drink it – or can’t due to lactose intolerance? Learn how to make sure your child gets enough calcium and vitamin D and builds strong bones.
Parents often confuse lactose intolerance with milk allergy, and although the two have similar symptoms, they are very different conditions. Here’s how to tell if your child is lactose intolerant.
When you have IBS, what you eat (and don’t) can make a huge difference in how you feel. Following a low-FODMAP diet may help.
Trouble with milk and cheese? Find out how to get a diagnosis of lactose intolerance and tips for managing this condition.
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We’ve all eaten something that doesn’t agree with us. A dietitian explains food intolerance, its many symptoms and how the elimination diet works.
New research suggests that adult-onset food allergies are more common than previously though. Here’s how common they are, and what the top five adult food allergens are.
A food or drug intolerance can be a nuisance, but an allergy may be life-threatening. Find out how to tell the difference and manage your reactions.
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Cow’s milk, your decades of fridge domination have ended. You’ve got to make room for alternative milks made from almonds, soy, rice, coconut and hemp. Below, our wellness dietitian analyzes six popular milk options. Find out how they stack up against each other and get tips on how to use them.