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  1. A dairy is a facility for the extraction and processing of animal milk (mostly from cows, sometimes from buffaloes, sheep or goats) for human consumption. (Web site)
  2. Dairy is a far more inexpensive option for protein.
  3. Dairy is pretty straight forward: cheese, yogurt, butter, cream, and the like. (Web site)
  4. Dairy is not necessary for health; from a pH perspective, it is actually harmful to the body.
  5. Dairy is not hard to replace, nutritionally speaking.


  1. Methionine is not abundantly available in vegetarian diets, but is found in dairy, eggs, fish, and meat, especially organ meats.


  1. Your best source for health and nutrition is the Dairy Farmers of Canada and Health Canada.
  2. Rheumatoid Arthritis Here is a letter received by Robert Cohen, arch enemy of the dairy industry and despised by most dairy farmers. (Web site)
  3. That’s why dairy farmers often step in and feed them colostrum from a bottle.


  1. Most people, including vegans (vegetarians who also avoid dairy and eggs), consume adequate amounts of lysine.
  2. Manufactures granola bars for people with allergies to peanuts, tree nuts, dairy, egg, seeds, and sulfites.
  3. Dairy remains the best source of calcium, which poses a problem for people who are lactose intolerant. (Web site)


  1. Dairy products are the leading cause of food allergy, often revealed by diarrhea, constipation and fatigue.
  2. It is commonly associated with abdominal cramping and diarrhea after drinking milk or eating dairy products.
  3. Additionally, certain people develop diarrhea after eating dairy foods because they are unable to digest lactose, a sugar found in most dairy products. (Web site)


  1. Salmonella bacteria live in the intestinal tracts of domestic and wild animals and may contaminate raw meat, poultry, eggs, dairy products and other foods.
  2. Salmonella bacteria can be found in milk and dairy products, eggs, poultry, and processed meats.
  3. While salmonella is commonly found in poultry, it is found in many other products, from pork and beef to raw fruits and vegetables and dairy products. (Web site)


  1. These gram-negative rods occur in a broad spectrum of habitats, including humans, animals, soil, water, dairy products, and other foods. (Web site)
  2. They have been isolated from soil, water, sewage vegetables, meats, plants, flowers, seeds, dairy products, and cosmetics. (Web site)
  3. It has be isolated from food, dairy products, soil, beach sand, and water. (Web site)


  1. We describe associations among caries experience and intakes of dairy foods, sugared beverages, and nutrients and overall diet quality in young children. (Web site)
  2. Clearly, many foods can provide the calcium and other nutrients the body needs, even when intake of milk and dairy products is limited.
  3. Tables and charts show calcium, protein, and other nutrients in a variety of plant foods to help you safely replace dairy in your diet. (Web site)

Dairy Consumption

  1. Since dairy products are an abundant source of calcium, this presents another issue if one is avoiding or abstaining from dairy consumption.
  2. An elevated risk of prostate cancer has been associated with dairy consumption (6,7), and the same may be true for ovarian cancer (8).
  3. Since the 1980’s, study after study has linked dairy consumption to a high incidence of breast and other cancers.


  1. Meat and dairy consumption and subsequent risk of prostate cancer in a US cohort study. (Web site)
  2. Children and their parents also kept daily logs of milk and dairy consumption and recorded symptoms, such as hives, abdominal pain, sneezing and cough. (Web site)
  3. Choi HK, Willett WC, Stampfer MJ, Rimm E, Hu FB. Dairy consumption and risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus in men: a prospective study. (Web site)


  1. Vegans are vegetarians who abstain from eating or using all animal products, including milk, cheese, other dairy items, eggs, wool, silk, and leather.
  2. Natural grazing covers approximately 14% of Mpumalanga and the main products are beef, mutton, wool, poultry and dairy. (Web site)
  3. Notable animal products include meat, poultry, seafood, eggs, dairy products, honey, fur, leather, wool, and silk.

Heart Disease

  1. Vegans (people who eat no meat, dairy, or eggs) have the lowest cholesterol levels, and going on such a diet has reversed heart disease in some studies.
  2. Dairy foods are high in calories, fat and cholesterol; contributing to the cause of heart disease, strokes, type-2 diabetes, and obesity. (Web site)
  3. Saturated fats: Found in red meat and dairy products, saturated fats raise blood cholesterol levels and increase the risk of heart disease.


  1. Protein foods from animal sources (with the exception of low-fat and nonfat dairy products) are also generally higher in fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol. (Web site)
  2. Heart disease: Dairy products are major contributors of saturated fat and cholesterol to the diet.
  3. Saturated fat and cholesterol are synonymous with meat, dairy, and egg products.


  1. This means no dairy, eggs or other products gained from animals (like honey).
  2. The vegan diet is a form of vegetarianism which excludes all animal products from the diet, such as meat, poultry, fish, dairy products, eggs, and honey.
  3. The farm shop has soft fruits and vegetables, cream, dairy produce, fresh eggs, honey, frozen fruits. (Web site)


  1. Food sources or phenylalanine are dairy, almonds, avocados, lima beans, peanuts, and seeds. (Web site)
  2. Found in dairy produce, leafy green vegetables, bread, tap water in hard water areas, nuts and seeds (especially sesame seeds), dried fruits, cheese.
  3. It is contained in most protein rich foods but good sources are found in dairy products, almonds, avocados, lima beans, peanuts and seeds.


  1. The Bhutanese diet is rich in meat, dairy, grain (particularly rice) and vegetables. (Web site)
  2. Meat, dairy, grain, tobacco, wool and hide products are processed or manufactured in the Buenos Aires area. (Web site)
  3. Fruit, vegetables, grain, meat (excluding beef), fish, dairy products, and honey constituted a normal diet in Vedic times. (Web site)


  1. Rather, it is made from sugars that occur naturally in such good-tasting, healthy foods as fruits, vegetables, corn and dairy products.
  2. Sugars occur naturally in a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, and dairy foods. (Web site)
  3. There is also some carbohydrate in fruits, lentils, dairy products and sugars (sweets and chocolates).


  1. Contains no added sugar, starch, salt, wheat, gluten, corn, coloring, dairy products, flavoring or preservatives. (Web site)
  2. Additionally, certain people are unable to digest lactose, a sugar found in most dairy products, and thus develop severe diarrhea after eating such foods.
  3. During this time, eliminate all meat, fish, dairy products, eggs, coffee, black tea, salt, sugar, alcohol, drugs, cigarettes, and greasy foods.


  1. This level of calcium (from milk, dairy products, vegetables or supplements) is currently recommended for healthy bones.
  2. Nutrient intakes were further classified according to their sources: dairy products, other foods, or supplements. (Web site)
  3. Keep in mind that with limiting your dairy intake, you'll need to find other sources of calcium, such as supplements.


  1. Vegetarians who do not eat dairy or meat products may need riboflavin, vitamin B12, and vitamin D supplements. (Web site)
  2. RESULTS: Intakes of dairy products, calcium, or vitamin D were not statistically significantly associated with breast cancer risk in postmenopausal women. (Web site)
  3. Vitamin A must be obtained from the diet: green and yellow vegetables, dairy products, fruits and organ meats are some of the richest sources.


  1. Protein in the diet can come from dairy products, meats, poultry, nuts, legumes, and soy.
  2. All recipes are without gluten, wheat, dairy, eggs, soy, peanuts, tree nuts and sesame. (Web site)
  3. The most common things in your diet that will cause a problem are corn, wheat, soy, dairy, citrus and sugar. (Web site)


  1. Farm Boy specializes in quality produce, deli, cheese, meats, dairy and bakery products that are farm fresh and bursting with down home goodness.
  2. Dairy Fresh sells a wide variety of quality product, specializing in dairy, deli, bakery, frozen fish and seafood. (Web site)
  3. Publix makes some of its own bakery, deli, and dairy goods, and many stores offer flowers, housewares, pharmacies, and banks.


  1. This includes not only meat, but also dairy products (milk, butter, cheese), eggs and even honey. (Web site)
  2. However, you need to skip dairy foods like cheese, cream and butter, as these are very high in fat.
  3. Casein is a protein found in dairy products such as milk, cheese, yogurt, butter, and some hotdogs.


  1. Even many proprietary brands of margarine marketed as soya, sunflower or olive oil spreads can contain dairy produce.
  2. Other dairy products, such as butter and margarine, can keep for months.
  3. Dairy products such as margarine, yoghurt and milk have proved popular carriers for these. (Web site)


  1. Milk and dairy products such as yogurt, cheeses, and buttermilk contain an efficiently absorbed form of calcium. (Web site)
  2. Also, kids with lactose intolerance may find that other dairy products, such as yogurt and cheeses, are easier to digest than milk. (Web site)
  3. Meats, cheeses, dairy products, and seafood items available by catalog. (Web site)


  1. Meat and dairy products from goats and sheep are common as they are hardy creatures that are well adapted to mountain life.
  2. Remember that worldwide there are thousands more goats used for meat and dairy production than there are cattle. (Web site)

Zealand English

  1. In New Zealand English, a dairy was the name given to a small shop which sold basic grocery staples, milk (and bread and butter) especially. (Web site)
  2. In New Zealand English a dairy means a corner convenience store, or Superette —and dairy factory is the term for what is elsewhere called a dairy.

Dairy Cows

  1. Cows of certain breeds that are kept for the milk they give are called dairy cows.
  2. The 100-acre family farm on Lake Waramaug in western Connecticut's Litchfield Hills has raised sheep, race horses, tobacco, grain crops and dairy cows.
  3. Each carried a herd of dairy cows, a flock of poultry and a small flock of sheep.


  1. A high-grain diet can cause physical problems for ruminants-cud-chewing animals such as cattle, dairy cows, goats, bison, and sheep.
  2. Farming 65 acres on Silt Mesa, north of Silt, they raise hay, sheep, goats and dairy cows, along with veggies and flowers.
  3. Increase milk production, milk protein ratio and milk fat ratio in dairy cows.

Dairy Product

  1. But if you feel sick every time you have milk, ice cream, or another dairy product, you may have lactose intolerance.
  2. Butter is a dairy product made by churning fresh or fermented cream or milk. (Web site)
  3. A dairy farm produces milk and a dairy factory processes it into a variety of dairy product s.


  1. All foods which do not fall into the categories of meat or dairy are considered pareve, and can be consumed freely with either meat or dairy.
  2. Kosher foods are divided into three categories: meat, dairy and pareve.
  3. On the other hand, kashrut does recognize some processes as capable of converting a meat or dairy product into a pareve one.


  1. Semi-vegetarians do not eat red meat, but include fish and chicken, dairy, eggs, and plant foods. (Web site)
  2. Glutamine is a nonessential amino acid naturally found in certain foods, including beef, chicken, fish, eggs, dairy products and some fruits and vegetables. (Web site)
  3. Dietary sources of L -glutamine include beef, chicken, fish, eggs, milk, dairy products, wheat, cabbage, beets, beans, spinach, and parsley.


  1. Before I had breast cancer for the first time, I had eaten a lot of dairy produce, such as skimmed milk, low-fat cheese and yoghurt.
  2. The dairy group consumed 300 g more milk or yoghurt, 20 g more cheese and 5 g more butter than control group. (Web site)
  3. Yoghurt or yogurt is a dairy product produced by bacterial fermentation of milk.

Low-Fat Dairy

  1. In this study, it was found that diets high in low-fat dairy might lower the risk of type 2 diabetes in men.


  1. It allows fruits, vegetables, pasta, oatmeal, soups, salads, and low-fat dairy, but limits protein sources to lean meats, poultry and seafood.
  2. The study was not able to identify those people who ate low-fat dairy, but it had data on total fat, polyunsaturated fat, and saturated fat. (Web site)
  3. Intakes of low-fat dairy, specific dairy foods, calcium and vitamin D showed no consistent associations. (Web site)


  1. This is good news for people who are lactose intolerant, allergic to milk, vegan or choose to avoid dairy produce for other reasons.
  2. People with lactose intolerance usually cannot tolerate milk and other dairy products, all of which contain lactose.
  3. Lactose intolerance, also called lactase deficiency, means you aren't able to fully digest the milk sugar (lactose) in dairy products. (Web site)


  1. Of the 8 grams of dairy protein in a cup of milk, 6.4 grams are from casein and 1.6 grams are from whey.
  2. Animal products include meat, poultry, fish, shellfish, eggs, dairy products, fur, leather, wool, and byproducts such as gelatin, rennet, and whey. (Web site)
  3. Dairy ingredients whose names appear on many product labels include caseinate, lactose and whey. (Web site)


  1. Dairy products include milk, cheese, cream, butter, yogurt, and whey from lactating animals. (Web site)
  2. But nowadays, the word dairy only has to do with milk and cream and related products: sour cream, butter, cheese, yogurt, etc. (Web site)
  3. In most Western countries, centralized dairy facilities process milk and products obtained from milk (dairy products), such as cream, butter, and cheese.

Ice Cream

  1. Some of the foods with dairy products are milk, butter, cheese, yogurt, and ice cream. (Web site)
  2. Amalgamated Dairies Limited - Manufactures milk, cream, butter, cheese, spring water, ice cream and other dairy products for Canadian and export markets. (Web site)
  3. Other dairy products, such as cheese, yogurt, butter, and ice cream, also contribute significant amounts of cholesterol and fat to the diet. (Web site)

Milk Products

  1. Our dairy & milk products are loved by masses of every age-group.
  2. Processor and supplier of milk products, dairy products, ice cream, cheese, ghee, pure ghee, butter fat ghee and edible acid casein.
  3. The lack of dairy foods is particularly telling, since most people get about half of their daily riboflavin from milk and milk products.

Milk Production

  1. The drop in international dairy prices has forced dairy producers to cull more cows than is usual to reduce milk production. (Web site)
  2. Drugs, antibiotics, hormones, specialized breeding and forced feeding all up milk production so dairy farmers can produce in mass quantities.
  3. Approximately 17 percent of the US beef supply comes from spent dairy cows: cows who are no longer economically viable for milk production.


  1. The intolerance, which can cause gas or diarrhea, varies in severity, so most people are still able to consume at least some dairy. (Web site)
  2. If you have an intolerance to lactose, you lack the enzyme that breaks down the milk sugar, lactose, found in most dairy products.
  3. For those with an intolerance or allergy to dairy products, substitutes such as soya or rice milk often have calcium added to them. (Web site)


  1. Individuals who don't make enough lactase to break down the sugar in the milk and dairy products they consume are considered to be lactose intolerant. (Web site)
  2. Dairy foods can cause bloating when you have a deficiency of lactase, the enzyme that breaks down the lactose in milk.
  3. They don't tend to consume dairy in their daily diets, but they are also deficient in lactase, which means they're normal.

Raw Milk

  1. Raw or undercooked eggs, poultry, and meat; raw milk and dairy products; seafood, and food handlers.
  2. The dairy in central Utah that produced the raw milk linked to the Salmonella illness cluster provided samples of raw milk produced from April 5 to April 22. (Web site)
  3. Humphrey TJ, Beckett P. Campylobacter jejuni in dairy cows and raw milk.

Dairy Crest

  1. Dairy Crest is currently the U.K. brand leader in dairy spreads, through sales of its Clover brand. (Web site)
  2. As one of the U.K.'s largest buyers of raw milk, Dairy Crest has always appreciated the vital role milk producers play in the success of the dairy business. (Web site)
  3. Dairy Crest is a broadly based dairy company with the strategic objective of building brands and adding value in the dairy sector.

Dairy Farmer

  1. Dairy cows must give birth to continue producing milk, but male dairy calves are of little or no value to the dairy farmer. (Web site)
  2. At this stage, a dairy farmer will typically continue to add cattle and land to the operation.

Dairy Farmers

  1. Before humans became dairy farmers, most people did not continue to drink milk, so their bodies did not make lactase after early childhood. (Web site)
  2. Roberts will only use milk from dairy farmers who have pledged to not treat their cows with artificial growth hormones.
  3. And if it weren't for the outrageous subsidy provided to dairy farmers in the first place, then farmers would never have produced milk at these prices.


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