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Adopting Dairy Free Living

Adopting Dairy Free Living


When you were a child, your mom probably told you to drink your milk for strong bones and teeth.

In general, milk is good for babies; however, as you age, you don’t need the milk itself. You only need the nutritious things found in it. Dairy related illnesses and conditions have become more common for both children and adults.

Whether due to a health concern -- dairy allergy, lactose intolerance, high cholesterol, or for another reason -- ethical, environmental, or religious, you may feel the need to adopt dairy-free living.

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Once you decide to give dairy-free living a try, it’s important to stick with it.

In the big scheme of things, learning to live without milk and dairy products is a minor inconvenience. Change can be difficult in the beginning but following this guide will help you get a good start to dairy-free living. The more you learn and work towards your goal, the easier it gets. You might be surprised how much your health improves within just a few weeks.

So, how and where do you start going dairy-free?

The best place to start is with the basic terms and concepts so you don’t get overwhelmed. Learn what it means to be dairy-free and how you can begin making the transition without feeling deprived.