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AS we’re all aware, milk not only provides a good package of nutrients that children need while growing up, but is also a great way to get filling protein, which is important to maintain the immune system and muscles, while helping build, maintain and repair cells.
THE search for sustainable, healthy alternatives to meat currently has two paths: the meat-mimicking veggie burger and lab-grown proteins. But in the land of dairy, there’s only plant-based alternatives like cashew “butter” and almond milk.
If your child has problems like wind or diarrhoea after drinking milk, they might be having lactose intolerance. Fortunately, this can be handled easily with just a few precautions and alternative food options.
There is a lot of nutritional information out there, but here are some general guidelines out what to do and what not to do when it comes to eating.
Our Curious Cook columnist's sister and her family recently came to stay in France, and one of their consistent comments was how good and “different” food tastes here – and were therefore curious about the “secret”.
Here's how to make affogato at home.
There’s a big difference between cow milk protein allergy and lactose intolerance, although they may appear similar to anxious parents.
THE Jr NBA Malaysia presented by Dutch Lady returned to Malaysia last April and introduced the Jr NBA Coaches Academy in an effort to further develop local basketball by teaching on-court training, strength and conditioning, basketball education and nutritional knowledge to Malaysian coaches and physical education teachers.
Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy (CMPA) occurs when the body responds to cow’s milk protein with a hypersensitive allergic reaction.