One-Minute Keto Chocolate Milk | The KetoDiet Blog

One-Minute Keto Chocolate Milk | The KetoDiet Blog

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There’s nothing like a good chocolate milk and this one’s keto and vegan friendly. It’s also ready in just one minute!

High protein, low in carbs and sugar it’s a firm favourite in my house. I love it after the gym as well to help refresh my muscles. Feel free to add a scoop of whey protein, collagen or l-glutamine to really help replenish if you’ve been training hard.

A chocaholics dream… and it’s positively good for you too.

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Nutritional values (per regular serving) > >> read more ...

Platypus Milk May Fight Antibiotic Resistance by Superbugs

Platypus Milk May Fight Antibiotic Resistance by Superbugs


Platypus milk may hold a key to fighting superbugs’ antibiotic resistance thanks to a unique protein scientists have uncovered in the milk.

Scientists studying the composition of platypus milk say a protein found within it has a unique structure that can kill bacteria on contact, the BBC reported.

Platypus mothers concentrate their milk to their bellies and sweat it out, and their young drink it directly from their exposed skin. Because of this unique feeding system, the milk is exposed to many more pathogens than most mammals’ milk, which is expressed through teats and is relatively sterile.  > >> read more ...

Vitamin A in Cattle Feed May Protect Against Milk Allergy: Study

Vitamin A in Cattle Feed May Protect Against Milk Allergy: Study


The vitamin A added to cattle feed may protect against milk allergies, says a study from Vienna’s University of Veterinary Medicine.

While uncommon in adults, an allergy to cow’s milk is the most common food allergy in young children. According to the National Institutes of Health, 5 to 15 percent of infants show adverse reactions to cow’s milk protein, such as lactose intolerance, and estimates of actual cow’s milk protein allergy (CMPA) vary from 2 percent to 7.5 percent. > >> read more ...

Soy Best Alternative to Milk

Soy Best Alternative to Milk


As the trend for following a plant-based diet continues, more people may now be trying out dairy-free alternatives to cow’s milk. However, although these plant-based milks are often touted as being healthy alternatives to milk, little research has been done to compare the benefits and drawbacks of each.

A new study from Canada’s McGill University has now looked at the four most-commonly consumed types of plant-based milk drinks — almond milk, soy milk, rice milk and coconut milk — and compared their nutritional values to those of cow’s milk. They found that after cow’s milk, which is still the most nutritious, soy milk was the “clear winner.” They also published a roundup of the pros and cons of each, summarized here. > >> read more ...

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