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Should you ditch dairy from your diet?

There was a time when a glass of milk symbolised good, wholesome nutrition. Not any more, it seems. Sue Quinn finds out whether the white stuff’s tarnished reputation is justified – and comes to a surprising conclusion

Milk’s reputation is no longer whiter than white. Popular ‘wellness’ writers advocate avoiding milk to combat a range of health problems, while Dr Mark Hyman, a New York Times bestselling author, goes so far as to claim that adults are incapable of digesting dairy. „Dairy is nature’s perfect food – but only if you’re a calf,” he states on his website. No surprise, then, that increasing numbers of people are taking milk, cheese, yogurt and butter off the menu. Meanwhile, sales of plantbased ‘mylks’ – the EU bans the use of the term ‘milk’ on drinks from non-animal sources – are booming.

According to market research firm Mintel, non-dairy milk sales in the UK soared by 30 per cent between 2015 and 2017, with almond milk most popular.

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Happiness is… the keep-you-warm February issue of delicious. magazine: try Dan Doherty’s home cooking (spicy beef stew with cheddar scone topping, mmm), childhood favourites reinvented by Georgina Hayden and a Chinese New Year feast from Ching-He Huang. Share the love with our Valentine’s Day ideas and spice up your life with Judy Joo’s KFC (Korean Fried Chicken, that is) and Chetna Makan’s healthy Indian suppers. Our expert cooks’ tips will have you cooking like a pro, ready to tackle an Italian-style pork roast, foolproof cheese soufflé or Richard Bertinet’s flaky kouign amann. It’s easy when we show you how.