Food and nutrients - Dairy products

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How much calcium is in your groceries?

We know that milk is good for our bones, but...

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Yoghurt for babies may reduce eczema and allergies

Regularly eating yoghurt in the first year of life may...

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Ask the experts: Reduced-fat foods and added sugar

Q. I have heard that products which are fat-reduced have...

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Are the naysayers milking it? Full fat vs...

Are dairy products good for your health or linked to...

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How much protein is in that yoghurt?

Eating yoghurt is a great way to spread your protein...

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How to choose ice cream and sorbet

Ice cream and sorbets are a delicious treat to cool...

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How much sodium is in that cheese?

Cheese is a delicious and versatile source of protein, calcium...

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The skinny on dairy fat

The Heart Foundation has updated its Position Statement on Dairy...

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The rules on dairy alternatives sold as ‘milk’

New overseas rules have banned the word ‘milk’ from plant...

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Smart staple: Cheese

You may be surprised to see us featuring cheese as...

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How to choose flavoured yoghurt

Flavoured yoghurt can be a snack or a treat, part...

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Shopping for cream alternatives

Cream is delicious, but as we know it is high...

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How to choose natural yoghurt

Natural yoghurt is a great food for every day —...

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Raw milk

Ciska de Rijk and Gwendoline Keel, food law specialists at...

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Should your child be dairy free?

Sarah Peck is a NZ registered dietitian working at Mission...

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How to choose gourmet yoghurt

Healthy in contextIt can be difficult to label a food...

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How to choose milk alternatives

For some people, not drinking cow’s milk may be a...

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Is it time to ditch dairy?

HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr looks at one of our...
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