Because milk is a balanced nutritional food, with complex carbs and protein, can this be a good choice as a between-meal snack? I am not lactose intolerant and drink low-fat milk.
Food consumed as a liquid vs. a solid tends to be less filling (which means we may need to eat more with the snack or get hungry soon after). If you want to eat a glass of milk, I'd probably pair with some fruit or nuts/seeds. You could also swap the milk for some low-sugar Greek yogurt with fruit mixed in.
Susan Macfarlane, MScA, RD
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
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I'm lactose intolerant too and I do great with a few bites of hard-cheeses.