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Friday, July 14, 2017
About 10 percent of adults report being lactose intolerant. But misunderstanding the condition is leading thousands to reject an important foods in their diet.
Learn how lactose intolerance is different from milk allergies – and how to keep three servings of dairy on the menu with zero digestive discomfort.
The most important meal of the day is not an old wives’ tale; studies show that kids who eat breakfast have higher test scores, better attendance and better long-term weight-related outcomes.
Learn how Dairy MAX is helping make breakfast available to more children in our area.
While the word “starvation” often conjures images of the Third World, the truth is, it’s happening right here in our neighborhoods. Many children subsist entirely on food they eat in the school cafeteria, which may leave them hungry in mornings, evenings, on weekends and during the summer.
Dairy MAX is working to end food insecurity through programs like Breakfast in the Classroom and the Great American Milk Drive.
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