It might seem like a “Saturday Night Live” bit, but it’s true nonetheless. An online survey from the Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy found that seven percent of American adults think brown cows make chocolate milk.
It seems more young adults are dialing back on dairy — and that may not be a good thing.
Mooove over, cows. There’s another milk that’s pleasing the palates of consumers.
If you or someone you know has a dairy allergy or sensitivity, you can still milk the baking cabinet for all it’s worth — without so much as a slither of butter.
A bill that would make the sale of raw milk legal in Maryland is being
considered in the state legislature.
A new study published in Thursday\’s Journal of
the National Cancer Institute finds
cancer survivors who ate even one serving of a
high-fat dairy product a day were
at a 49 percent higher risk of dying from breast
cancer compared with those who
eat little or no high-fat dairy.
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