Food and nutrients - Dairy products

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Raw milk

Ciska de Rijk and Gwendoline Keel, food law specialists at...

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Should your child be dairy free?

Sarah Peck is a NZ registered dietitian working at Mission...

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How to choose healthier ice cream

Senior nutritionist Rose Carr finds healthier options for frozen desserts.New...

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How to choose gourmet yoghurt

Healthy in contextIt can be difficult to label a food...

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How to choose milk alternatives

For some people, not drinking cow’s milk may be a...

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Is it time to ditch dairy?

HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr looks at one of our...

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Low-fat or low-sugar, calcium replacements, too-hot curry?

Join Healthy Food Guide editor Niki Bezzant and nutritionist Claire...

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Ask the experts: Freezing yoghurt for use in...

Q: Can yoghurt be frozen to use in baking or...

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Ask the experts: Raw milk

It has its fans, but is raw milk as good...

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Ask the experts: Organic butter

Q: I have recently read that I should be using...

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Ask Niki: Fromage frais substitute

Q: I often can’t find fromage frais in my supermarket....

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Ask Niki: Edam cheese

Q: I am on cholesterol-lowering medication and for years I’ve...

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Ask Niki: Capsicums and cheese

Q: My husband can’t tolerate capsicums, and they seem to...

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Ask the experts: Fromage frais

Q: "I have a lot of recipes from the UK...

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Ask the experts: Cheese

Q: "Once opened, how long do cheeses such as brie,...

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Ask the experts: Mould cheeses

Q: "Would the mould on camembert and brie cheeses affect...

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Ask the experts: Milk

Q: "What's the nutritional difference between fresh milk and dried...

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Ask the experts: Lactose intolerance

Q: "I'm lactose intolerant. Will I have to avoid dairy...

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