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Synonyms for milk

draw milk from

Synonyms

  • draw milk from
  • express milk from

Words related to milk

a river that rises in the Rockies in northwestern Montana and flows eastward to become a tributary of the Missouri River

take milk from female mammals

exploit as much as possible

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add milk to

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Consumption of fortified milk can only be an added bonus.
There are concerns regarding the accuracy of the analysis of vitamin D content of foods (16,17) and the amount (as reported in nutrient databases) has been found to vary greatly in both fish (18) and fortified milk.
Found in fortified milk and fortified cereals, breads and flours.
You can get fortified milk, chewing gum, candies, yogurt and all kinds of products in Japan and Korea where they are already adding fish oil and fish oil concentrates to food.
as in Europe and Japan, where they have no fortified milk or other madely consumed food with vitamin D.
Instead, increase your levels by consuming fatty fish, eggs, cod liver oil and fortified milk, or by taking a supplement.
Teach kiddos to recognise a "balanced" meal - one that includes at least three of the following nutrient groups: protein (fish, poultry, lean meats, nut butters, eggs), vegetables, fruit, whole grains or beans, and high calcium foods (low fat milk, yogurt, cheese or calcium fortified milk substitutes).
While vitamin deficiency can be remedied by pills, she recommends resorting to natural sources such as fortified milk.
Edam, mozzarella, Brie) Low-fat, skimmed or fortified milk DRINKS For healthier options, why not use.
For those who don't get at least some midday sun exposure during the warmer months or don't regularly consume vitamin D rich foods such as fatty fish, eggs, fortified milk or soy products, a vitamin D supplement might help.
For those who don't get at least some midday sun exposure during the warmer months or don't regularly consume vitamin-D rich foods such as fatty fish, eggs, and fortified milk or soy products, a vitamin D supplement might help.
ANERA's battle against anemia and malnutrition in Palestinian children has been formulated into its Milk for Preschoolers program that provides fortified milk and biscuits to some 20,000 preschoolers every day of the school term.
We feed 20,000 children per day where the feeding consists of a container of fortified milk and a highly energized biscuit.
Good sources of vitamin D include fortified milk, egg yolks, saltwater fish and liver.
There is clearly more room for fortified milk products.