Yes, they do for me. There is no firm conclusion as to why, but many believe that it is either the hormones in the milk, lactose, or even the type of bacteria found in milk. I have found that by avoiding milk and milk products, especially cheeses (which is hard to do!, my migraines are significantly reduced.
Vitamin D can be found in foods other than milk. If you like to eat dairy products such as yogurt and cheese, these will supply you with vitamin D. Spending a few minutes in the sun each day will cause your body to make its own vitamin D. If you avoid both dairy and the sun, a vitamin D supplement can be helpful.
It is not. Lack of milk is not likely to be the cause of this. The condition may be Rickets, however, this condition is rare. Rickets is a vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D helps with the absorption of calcium and the body makes vitamin D from sunlight. Now I bet you are thinking that not drinking milk is causing a lack of calcium, however, cows milk has no benefits to humans. Calcium from green vegetables is more beneficial to humans.
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