Just read this article on how going dairy free makes it almost ‘impossible’ to get enough calcium, is this true or highly exaggerated? : nutrition


Hey like the title says, just came across this CBC article and I’m finding it a bit hard to believe that most people would require dairy to get enough calcium in our diet as whole foods don’t provide enough. Also I might as well ask this, I had a prof a few years back that was adamant that milk was cow rape juice and that it did the opposite by leeching calcium from your bones (maybe without vitamin D supplementation?) He was a pretty smart guy, and I get the moral objections to factory farming milk, but has there been any evidence/research that milk can do the opposite? (When it comes to calcium and bones)

CBC article in question:

Cut dairy from your diet? You may be deficient in vitamin D, calcium https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/milk-health-marketplace-1.5359954



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