How many times per week do you eat dairy? Facebook Live Video

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Wednesday, January 4, 2017


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Today’s question is:

How many times per week do you eat dairy?

  • Less than 7 times
  • 7–13 times
  • 14–20 times
  • More than 20 times

In order to satisfy nutrient needs, you need three servings of dairy, dairy alternatives, or targeted supplements every day.

Dairy foods can be a good source of calcium, vitamin D (if fortified), protein, and other essential nutrients, including phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, and vitamins A and B12.

These all contribute to helping you maintain bone mass and retain normal blood pressure.

We suggest hormone- and antibiotic-free dairy foods.

Prefer to avoid dairy? No problem, good alternatives include fortified soy or hemp milk and fortified protein powders.

Fortified almond milk is also an option if your protein needs are being otherwise addressed.

Certain supplements can also provide the micronutrients found in dairy with far fewer calories and no cholesterol or animal protein.


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