I read that cow’s milk has the most absorbable calcium
Plant alternatives such as almond milk or oat milk have added calcium carbonate which is less absorbable
I think I’ll be changing back to cow’s milk
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Fairlife non-fat is double filtered 50% less sugar 50% more protein 380 mg calcium.
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Where do you find this brand of milk?what stores? I live in the northeast .
Thanks for your response in advance!!
also lactose free
The Mayo Clinic News Network published a short piece in 2019 titled "Mayo Clinic Q and A: Dairy milk, soy milk, almond milk — which is the healthiest choice for you?" You may find it helpful.
I drink Almond Breeze brand because it doesn't have Carrageenan ingredient in it.
I drink Kalona Farms organic whole milk. It's produced by Amish farmers in Iowa. It's not homogenized, so it has the cream on top, and it's minimally pasteurized. I don't like the taste of conventionally processed milk. This has a mildly sweet and creamy taste, and I don't have any problem digesting it. Hopefully, it's doing some good.
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