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|05-19-2016 01:06 AM|
It was not against milk, but you don't need to use fortified food if you eat broccoli etc.
Fortified = more expensive
|05-18-2016 10:38 AM|
|05-18-2016 10:22 AM|
|LedBoots||Oh I was thinking thinking it was plant milks.|
|05-18-2016 10:01 AM|
|05-18-2016 05:17 AM|
Rno I see your point and I'm trying to eat vegetables etc but sometimes I'm busy or my fridge is empty or I'm just insecure. Maybe as I learn more recipes and more about nutrition in general I'll cut the milk too.
Aliakai, that's a very informative link, thank you very much!
|05-18-2016 12:16 AM|
|05-17-2016 10:44 PM|
Is it fortified with broccoli, quinoa, pumpkin seeds, strawberries and kiwi?
Maybe than it it is better to take the broccoli, quinoa, pumpkin seeds, strawberries and kiwi without the milk.
|05-17-2016 03:44 AM|
I'm sorry if that's in the wrong section!
I was grocery shopping yesterday and I saw some fortified milks in the fridge, supposedly for kids. They have lots of vitamins and minerals. Since I'm a bit worried about getting enough iron (I used to have a deficiency) I was wondering if it would be a good idea to try them. But they also contain calcium which is supposed to inhibit the absorption of the iron. But also vitamin C which does the opposite. I'm confused.
Does anybody have any experience with those things?