Dairy Free and Lactose Free

Dairy-Free and Lactose Free: Do You Know the Difference?

Peter Bua Nutrition Leave a Comment

It’s common for people to assume that “dairy free” is the same as “lactose free.” But that’s actually not the case. Lactose free means the lactose—which is a type of sugar in milk—has been removed from the food. But dairy free means the food contains no dairy at all, which indicates it’s probably made of nuts, plants, or grains. So …

dairy-free sources of calcium

15 Surprising Dairy-Free Sources of Calcium

Shelly Kramer Calcium and Bone Health Leave a Comment

Everyone knows dairy products—things like milk, cheese, and yogurt—are great sources of calcium. But not everyone likes dairy—and some people simply can’t or don’t want to eat dairy at all. So how do you get calcium into your diet if you’re lactose intolerant or just don’t like or want to eat dairy? Good question! There are actually lots of calcium-rich …