What is it called when you cant eat anything dairy?
lack dose in tolerance
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Yes you can. Dairy cows that are no longer able to produce milk on the dairy farm are sold to the auction mart or slaughter houses for more money than beef cows bring at the auction mart. Dairy cows are only able to produce milk for only a few years, and as they get older their milk production abili…ty decreases, as well as health problems such as mastitis and foot rot and other lameness issues increase as they get older. So, since there is a huge market for culled dairy cows, dairy cows that are not able to meet the producer's standards in terms of health and production, are sold to that market and turned into beef for the human and pet population, as well as for livestock producers who need animal protein to meet their animals' nurtitive needs; these include pigs and poultry. Most dairy cows' carcasses are of such low quality that little meat is used in high-end restaurants. The meat is ground up for ground beef and sausages, as well as for dog and cat food and put into poultry and hog feed. Most of the hamburger you eat is from cull dairy cows when you eat a burger at MacDonalds, Burger King, A&W, Wendy's and other fast-food chains, and also can be found as ground beef wrapped in cellophane served on a stryofoam platter in your local supermarket. ( Full Answer )
A lactating dairy cow is expected to eat around 5 to 6% of her body weight in dry matter ration per day. How much she eats (as in kg or lb) is determined by factors such as moisture level in the feed, the body weight of the cow, and others. Thus, a cow may eat anywhere from 40 lbs to 100 lbs of feed… per day. ( Full Answer )
Yes they can but some of them don't and that is if your going way extreme but i would stick with dairy its an important part of your diet and so is meat but i respect your choices . To expand on the previous response: Generally speaking, a vegetarian is someone who does not consume meat/fish/fow…l. In some cases, a "vegetarian" may also avoid any foods derived from animals (e.g. eggs, milk) and those folks are called "vegan".. ( Full Answer )
Ask your preteen if there is anything that he or she is interestedin learning more about. They might be happier if they startedplaying a sport or signed up for a class (such as dance or martialarts).
Jews consider dairy products kosher as long as they are not from forbidden animals or nothing is added to the product to render it non-kosher, such as rennet in cheese. Additionally, some Jews will only use products labeled 'chalav Yisroel', these are dairy items that have Jews directly involved in …their production. ( Full Answer )
I am sure that you could, but dairy cows are more valuable to farmers for the milk they produce, not their meat.
You do not need to eat dairy products. Consuming dairy products leads to a decrease in calcium stores in the body. Casein in dairy products binds with calcium in the bones, which is then excreted from the body.
What dairy cattle are allowed to consume as part of their totalmixed ration (TMR) depends on the availability of various feeds,cost of the feedstuffs that are available, the nutrient quality ofthese feedstuffs, the type of dairy cattle being fed, theirreproductive/lactative stages and their nutritio…nal demands.Location is also a huge factor in the availability and types offeeds that can be fed to dairy cattle. Starting with lactating dairy cows, the forerunners of the dairyoperation (and likely of this question), these animals consume awide variety of forages, grains and by-products all in a TMR whichis often fed to such cows confined to a barn in a confined animalfeeding operation, such which most dairy operations consist of. ATMR is basically a mix of grain, silage, hay, plant by-products,minerals, vitamins, amino-acid feed additives (such as AminoPlus,Metasmart, AminoShur, etc.), even animal by-products (which isillegal to feed to dairy cattle in various countries includingCanada, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand), ionophores,and others. All of these products are mixed together to create acomplete ration that meets a dairy cow's entire nutritionalrequirements for maximum milk production while optimizing rumenfermentation (not maximize starch digestion as with monogastricslike hogs and domestic fowl). With dry dairy cows, they too may be fed a TMR ration, however theration fed to them is more to assist in developing the fetus in thecouple months that cow has to recover, rest and focus on fetaldevelopment instead of milk production. These cows aren't fedanything that is significantly different from the feed fed to theirlactating sisters, half-sisters, mothers, cousins, or aunts. Thesame can be said for replacement heifers that have just been weanedoff the bottle. Some of such replacements may be lucky enough tosee some time to graze grass for the short period of time they aredeveloping their reproductive organs and becoming sexually matureenough to be bred and begin milk production after they calve. Dairybulls, young ones (1 to 2 years of age) which are primarily used tocover heifers with, are fed no differently from either classes ofnon-lactating or young dairy stock above. Dairy calves, after they've been pulled off of their dams almostimmediately after they are born (an unfortunate, but necessary partof the dairy industry) are fed powdered colostrum for the first dayof their lives, then switched to milk replacer derived fromunpasteurized cow's milk. (It is very bad to feed young calvessoy-based milk replacer because of the amount of crude fibre in it;too much crude fibre will cause scours and eventually calf death.)A week or so later they are introduced to a legume-based hay and acalf-starter grain-mix containing various grains, vitamins andminerals. They are slowly weaned from the milk replacer bygradually including more water and less replacer by the time theyreach a month old, and are fully weaned from it by the time theyare three to four months old. There exists a very long list of feedstuffs to include in a dairybovine's diet. What is mentioned in this list is only part of whatis really available to feed to dairy cattle, depending on yourlocation and what feeds and by-products you have available.By-products are essentially feedstuffs which are the "garbage" of aseparate industry which create various products for us humans,whether it's alcohol, biofuel, or food. Such "garbage" or"waste-products" are and were never intended to be created to befeed to livestock including dairy cattle, but are simply there forthe taking and using by the entrepreneurial dairy or beef farmer toinclude in a ration to better meet certain nutritional demands oftheir animals. Various by-products are included in the feedstufflist below. The various types of feedstuffs (not in any order; note these donot include feed additives) is as follows: . Alfalfa hay . Grass hay (primarily high-quality grasses such as timothy,kentucky bluegrass, orchard grass or creeping red fescue) . Peas . Corn grain (whole or processed in its various forms) . Alfalfa silage . Barley silage . Corn silage (harvested either at immature milk-dough stage ormature hard-dough stage) . Blood meal . Ground peas . Ground wheat . Ground corn . Ground barley . Ground soy hulls . Ground mill run . Megalac . Soy hulls . Soybean meal . Wheat middlings . Brewer's yeast . Canola meal . AminoPlus . Menhaden fishmeal . White fishmeal . Corn gluten feed . Beet pulp . Wheat DDG (dried distiller's grains) . Corn DDG . Steam-rolled barley . Rolled oats . Rye grain . Wheat grain . Triticale grain . Sodium bicarbonate . MetaSmart . Super-Cal Limestone . Dicalcium phosphate . AminoShur . Wheat straw . Rye straw . Barley straw . Oat straw . Cull peas . Cull beans . Cull potatoes . Chicken litter . Cull carrots . Bone meal . Cottonseed . Cottonseed meal . Tallow . Whey A much larger, longer list of feedstuffs (dominantly by-products)available to feed to dairy cattle can be found in the related linkposted below. Please visit this link if you are curious to see whatother feedstuffs could possibly be fed to dairy cattle. ( Full Answer )
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The only thing i can think of, is perhaps you've developed some kind of allergy to it. But really, there are a number of reasons and possibilities. one thing you should consider, is maybe it is psychological, as in, perhaps there was a point in your life when you gorged yourself so much with eggs th…at just thinking about them makes you queezy. maybe whenever you eat eggs now, your brain relates the present, with the feelings of the past. this is what happened to me and watermelon. My mom gave me so much all the time, that i get sick when i eat it now, but not physically sick. I have a queezy feeling when i eat eggs, bacon, sausage, or hotdogs, and this is the only reason i can think of. ( Full Answer )
You are gluten intolerant but why are you bloated everytime you eat even though you eat completely gluten free Dairy carbination grease etc will cause me bloating. anything i can dotake for this?
I don't know much about this topic, but my whole family has Celiac Disease. When my brother got diagnosed, he was very bloated because his body was basically starving itself. It was gathering all of the nutrience from the other foods he ate and stored them, which caused him to bloat. I'm not sure if… this is all correct, but that was what I was told. ( Full Answer )
milk and other dairy product of lots of nutrients that we need. The vitamins and minerals in milk and other dairy products will help us live big and strong
Most of the Hindu diet is based upon dairy as the cow is considered as the substitute for one's own mother - so a Hindu diet is based upon dairy products: milk, butter, ghee, yoghurt etc.
An animal that eats just about anything that's edible in its environment is called an omnivore .
Your appetite has not been satisfied or satiated. Or your appestat did not kick in.
yes rabbits do eat some dairy's but not all of them and it depends because all rabbits like different things just like humans like different things.
Yes, in fact it is recommend because any antibiotics will strip your body of bacteria (both good and bad) so it helps restore the bacteria in your intestines and by restoring it, the yogurt prevents or makes the diarrhea less. It also keeps you from getting yeast infections while on antibiotics.
Not exactly. Anorexics (eventually) won't eat almost anything, healthy or fattening ro somewhere - anywhere - in between that. There are plenty of healthy people out there who prefer to live a lifestyle that is a "healthy" one, free of sugars or processed or fatty foods. But they are not anorexic.
If you are lactose intolerant you shouldn't really eat/drink any dairy products. . If I were you I wouldn't drink the bad milk in the fridge, it'll taste gross. Oh and don't eat that bad, smelly cream cheese, sour cream, or yogurt either!! More or less....don't eat any bad/over due dairy products. …. If you are allergic to certain products in dairy products...don't eat/drink those either ( Full Answer )
"It's mixing meat with dairy - the first NO-NO of the kosher dietary laws!" Umm it's actually a rabbinic extension of the prohibition on meat and dairy. The rabbis were concerned that the similar texture of meat and poultry would lead people to erroneously believe that meat is allowed to be eaten …with dairy. So we gotta safeguard our Torah with this preventative injunction. ( Full Answer )
They drink milk but at a later age, they eat grass, hay and grain with added vitamins and minerals or just plain grain.
Yes, it is kosher to combine fish with dairy. In the laws ofkashrut there are three food categories: dairy, meat, and pareve(neutral). Fish falls in the category of being pareve. SomeSephardi groups do not combine fish and dairy though. However, although fish is pareve, there is a Talmudic traditio…n ofnot eating fish and meat on the same plate. ( Full Answer )
Dairy products are a good source of calcium, which helps strengthen the bones. However, for those who have allergies or just aren't fond of it, there are many alternatives, such as soy milk, that will give you the same amount of needed calcium.
Yes, vegetarians can eat dairy products. Vegetarians who also don't eat any dairy products are called "vegan."
If you mean like a lip piercing, it honestly doesnt matter what you eat. Its if you clean your piercing after you eat. I always mouth washed after i ate when i just got my lip pierced. Hope that helped :) for any piercing question please contact me firstname.lastname@example.org :P P.S. oh yeuh dont eat hot… foods if you dont like pain. i found that out the hard way xS ( Full Answer )
No it's not their natural diet so it's best not to feed it to them. I'm not sure if they will be ill from it but they might.
It's not a large part of the traditional diet in China, butoccasionally they do, usually in rare-ish treats like ice cream. Most adult humans are somewhat lactose-intolerant compared to thoseof northern European descent (and most infants can handle lactosejust fine).
Good question. Dairy can bind certain types of antibiotics. Often times antibiotics are prescribed for a abscesesd tooth. Always follow the directions give with the prescription medication dispensed from the pharmacy.
That would depend on the philosophy behind being a vegetarian. Many vegetarians don't eat meat due to the necessity of killing an animal to obtain the meat, but might consume milk or cheese since milking does not kill the animal. Vegans, on the other hand, would not eat any animal products due to …the subjugation of the animals for purposes of obtaining any food from them - which would include milk. ( Full Answer )
There are some dairy foods that Muslims are allowed to eat. Theycan have milk, yogurt, cheese, and also butter. Typically, as longas the dairy product comes from a halal animal (i.e. cows andgoats, not tigers and elephants), the dairy is consumable.
Yes, but not the way you think. The dairy, when mixed with saliva, causes it to reconstitute and become a thick congealed mess(if solid dairy). Milk has fat molecules in it and they clump together to form thick phlegm. That's why it helps combat the capsaicin in spicy foods.
My dairy cattle are eating the sand which is killing them off What is in the sand and is there anything i can do to the sand to stop them eating the sand?
they may suffer from mineral difficiency however there may be something toxic in your sand or some spores of a clostridium bacteria if they have diarrhoea try to check that
There are probably scientific answers to this, but in simple terms, the main disadvantage of avoiding dairy foods is the risk of becoming calcium deficient, which can in the long term cause osteoporosis, weak teeth, etc. However, in some parts of the world people eat hardly any dairy food, but they …find their calcium from other sources. ( Full Answer )
Mice should only eat lactose free diary products, as they can't digest lactose very well. However, small amounts of cheese, milk, creams & such with or without lactose are a good treat a couple times a week for adult mice. Cheese will make them fat though.
1st don't eat any of them, or 2nd you eat something with cheese fillings without knowing there's cheese inside, this is just like the placebo effect i guess
There are no dietary restrictions when you have chickenpox. You can eat what you like.
A vegetarian . A vegetarian is a person who doesn't eat meat, but will eat...let's say; ice cream. On the other hand, a Vegan is a person who will not eat any animal products whatsoever. No milk, no eggs, none of it.A frekkin vegetrian for god sakes how dumb could u get!
that happens to me all of the time... i think it is because you don't want to eat the stuff that's in there all of the time... maybe...
Yes, eating dairy does cause cancer, along with all other animal proteins, eg: meat, fish, eggs. All animal proteins are acidic and cancer cells can only survive in an acidic environment. Plant proteins are alkaline and so do not promote cancer. Dairy contains the hormone IGF-1 (insulin growth facto…r - 1) which is a cancer causing hormone linked to breast and prostate cancer. Dairy products also contain a protein called casein which is classed as one of the major cancer promoters. Remaining in an alkaline state is the best way to avoid all types of cancers, ie: a pure vegan diet (totally plant-based, not just vegetarian). For more information go to: http://www.evolvecampaigns.org.uk ( Full Answer )
Yes, if they are kosher. However, since dairy and meat cannot bemixed, Jews cannot eat dairy foods if they contain meat or if thereis insufficient time between the dairy consumption and the meatconsumption.
Some Buddhists do but other Buddhists do not eat diary products. It depends on the individual.
The Greaser's in the book The Outsider's , ate hot fudge sundae's at the Dairy Queen in Windrixville.
The Torah specified that we cannot cook a kid (baby goat) in its mother's milk. So that we don't accidentally violate this or appear to violate this, we do not combine dairy and meat in any way.
Yes, but you're better off using him for ground beef or sausages as the meat from mature bulls (and cows) is often too tough and strong-tasting to be used for roasts and steaks.
Weight loss recipes vary greatly depending on the types of foods that you either want or need to eat. In order to cut out dairy in a weight loss plan, I would recommend a heavy focus on vegetables an fruits.
Obviously one would think that you eat things which have no milk or milk products. Most people wold think that means avoid milk, cream, ice cream, and cheese. However many foods use materials like whey powder and other milk byproducts to bulk up the nutrition value. This includes many foods like hot… dogs, process meat, baked goods and cereals. It is necessary to read the ingredient labels on all food you intend to consume. Eat fresh fruit and veggies, simple meat and fish products. ( Full Answer )
if u dont hav anything to do then just sit around listening to music or play outside.
Yes, most of them do. Vegetarians do not eat meat, but they do eat animal products such as eggs, milk and cheese.
No. If you called a dairy farm just "dairy," it may not refer tospecifically the dairy farm itself, but to something else entirely.There are many things that have the term dairy attached to it, fromcows to barns the industry itself. Another Answer: A dairy farm is commonly know as a dairy in toda…y's society, Butmany people still refer to a dairy as a dairy farms to make itsimpler to understand. ( Full Answer )
Come to a stop as quickly as you can. A lot of people have been killed by skiing into trees.