Beware! Consumption Of These Dairy Products Could Be Dangerous!

Updated at: Jul 29, 2020
Beware! Consumption Of These Dairy Products Could Be Dangerous!

Milk and yoghurt are a boon for health! Know why and how it can become poison?

Tavishi Dogra
Healthy DietReviewed by: Swati Bathwal, International Sports DietitianPublished at: Jul 29, 2020Written by: Tavishi Dogra

Are These Dairy Products Detrimental To Your Health? We are all aware of the health benefits of consuming milk and curd! We all know that we get many nutrients like calcium, protein, potassium, phosphorus, vitamin A, D and B12 from the consumption of such dairy products. Consumption of milk is very beneficial for every age person. A man continues to consume milk from the time he is born to his old age. But do you know that these two things which are considered as a boon for health can cause trouble for some people? Let us know who can avoid the consumption of milk and curd.  

Take these precautions while the consuming milk and curd

Do you know that milk and curd are never eaten together? Yoghurt is a fermented product and hence should not be consumed with milk as it would block the roots or channels of the body and result in tummy problems, infections, and ill-health. Do you know what plays a vital role? In maintaining your gut health, food combinations can play an essential role, while promoting overall health and proper digestion. Also, do not consume milk or curd before or after eating citrus fruits or drinking their juice.

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What are the benefits of consuming milk?

  • Strengthens bones and muscles
  • Relieves tension
  • Relieves pain in the throat
  • Speed up memory
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  • Useful in weight loss
  • Strengthens teeth
  • Helps you to get sound sleep
  • Keeps body hydrated
  • Beneficial for the skin
  • Strengthens hair
  • Reduces acidity

Side-effects of milk consumption

According to Dr Swati Bathwal, consuming milk may cause digestive problems for some people. The reason for this is the lactose present in milk. Drinking milk may cause (stomach issues) gas, diarrhoea, or vomiting. Many people drink milk on an empty stomach, and hence their digestion worsens. Therefore, people whose digestive system is weak should stay away from milk.  The casein protein present in milk also causes problems in some people. In particular, some children are unable to digest milk due to casein. In some cases, consumption of milk causes pimples on the face. This is because milk contains complex fat, which is not digested correctly. Do you know that excess milk increases cholesterol?

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Benefits of consuming curd/yoghurt

  • Effective treatment of vomiting or diarrhoea
  • Help in weight loss due to reduced fat and calories
  • Treatment of nervousness
  • Help to improve skin and Hair
  • According to the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, the sugar present in yoghurt is called galactose (LOW GI, that helps in controlling the sugar)

Precautions while consuming curd/yoghurt

Yoghurt provides a cooling effect on your body (that is, its consumption gives such effect). Therefore, people who tend to catch cold and fever, they should avoid curd. Yoghurt causes sore throats in many people (if consumed at dinner). Yoghurt is especially harmful to those who have joint pain or arthritis. These people are advised not to eat chilled yoghurt (kept in the fridge). One should avoid eating sugar mixed in yoghurt, as it increases obesity. Do you know that yoghurt naturally reduces the absorption of iron in the body (because of the calcium present in it)?

Takeaway tips by Dr Swati Bathwal: If you are going dairy-free, then you are at risk of zinc, protein and calcium deficiency. Make sure to eat plenty of vegetables, sesame seeds, curry leaves, sunflower seeds, nutritional yeasts, ragi, broccoli etc. All these are rich in B12 and also increases calcium absorption in the body.

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