Actually, all three of these options, in moderation, are PCOS-friendly. While there has been some discussion on whether Carrageenan, a frequent additive in alternative milks, has been linked to inflammation there is no research showing these effects. If this is of concern, try finding alternative milks that don’t contain this additive or enjoy cow’s milk instead.
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- Does lactose-free milk have the same amount of calcium and vitamins that regular milk has? I’m not lactose intolerant but I heard that lactose-free milk is better for you. Do you have any tips or should I stick to dairy products to avoid not getting enough calcium or other nutrients?