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The Faces of Osteoporosis

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Are you getting enough vitamins and minerals for bone health?

Are you getting enough vitamins and minerals for bone health?

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About milks

There are a variety of milks available on the market. Nondairy preparations vary depending on amount of added calcium and vitamin D. Compare your options and then decide what is best for you.

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Sneaking in dairy

If you have minor troubles when you eat or drink dairy, you may be able to increase your tolerance by adding a bit of dairy to your meals.

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Lactase enzymes can ease lactose intolerance symptoms.

You have symptoms but want to enjoy that occasional ice cream sundae?

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How do I manage lactose intolerance?

People who suffer uncomfortable symptoms of lactose intolerance learn to avoid dairy products. There is no cure for lactose intolerance, but it can be managed to reduce the unpleasant symptoms. There are food strategies can help.

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What makes me lactose intolerant?

There are a number of factors that can contribute to a person's inability to tolerate milk and other dairy products. Ethnicity, age, medications, illness and other digestive problems are among the most common. 

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What is Lactose Intolerance?

Nearly 50 million Americans consider themselves to be lactose intolerant and avoid milk and milk products. An understanding of how dairy foods create symptoms of lactose intolerance can help you consider options for getting enough calcium in your diet.

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