When Dairy Hurts

When Dairy Hurts

There are food allergies that lead children to not consume dairy products. Good news, it’s still possible to meet calcium and vitamin D needs every day. Try fortified beverages such as almond, soy or coconut milk. And keep in mind that not all non-dairy alternative brands and styles are created equal. Be sure to compare Nutrition Facts Labels and select beverages that provide calcium, protein and vitamin D. Multiple food allergies can make choosing a milk alternative difficult. Consult with an allergist and registered dietitian nutritionist about which milk substitutes are best. — Excerpted from EatRight.org

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