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Cattle Domestication Helped People Develop Tolerance To Lactose
2014-03-14 08:26:09

While most people lose the ability to digest the milk sugar lactose after infancy, some populations retain high levels of an enzyme called lactase, which allows them to continue to reap the nutritive benefits of milk

2014-02-04 23:02:49

February is National Lactose Intolerance Awareness Month and Florida Dairy Farmers offers tips to help integrate dairy foods into your diet with ease. Orlando,

Evolution Of Lactose Tolerance New Theory
2014-01-23 08:29:35

How and why humans evolved the ability to tolerate lactose has long fascinated evolutionary biologists, and a group of Swedish researchers have proposed a new theory to explain it.

2013-09-25 23:25:46

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Spread Of Farming And Origin Of Lactase Persistence In The Neolithic Age Revealed
2013-08-28 08:27:12

"The Milk Revolution" is how the prestigious international scientific journal Nature headlines an article on the EU project LeCHE, which, after several years of highly successful research, has managed to bring to light the spread of dairy farming in Europe and the development of milk tolerance in adult humans.

2013-08-01 23:20:32

All the Nutrition of Pasture-Raised, Organic Milk—None of the Lactose La Farge, WI (PRWEB) August 01, 2013 Organic Valley, the nation’s largest cooperative

2012-09-14 23:02:56

Florida Dairy Farmers Dietitian Shares Milk's Natural Health Benefits Orlando, Fla.

Milking Cows In Ancient Times
2012-06-21 12:57:14

New evidence points to the existence of prehistoric dairies existing almost 7,000 years ago in the modern day Sahara Desert.


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