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Milk Might Not Save Your Bones, Study Says

High milk intake is not correlated with lower risk of bone fracture and in fact may lead to increased mortality, a study in The BMJ says.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

That’s why one of the first uses of biotechnology 6,000 years ago was to remove lactose and galactose from dairy products by fermentation to make yogurt and hard cheese. Today, the high-tech way is to purchase lactose-free milk.

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