Dairy free breakfast is not just for kids, it’s a delicious treat for anyone with a sweet tooth.
A new study suggests it could also be a great source of calcium.
For breakfast, the researchers looked at the breakfast-breakfast nutrition guidelines for adults and children for the U.S. The guidelines were published in April in the journal BMJ.
This means that if a child is eating cereal, the guidelines suggest a glass of milk is needed for breakfast.
In the U, the guideline says the average person needs 3.5 glasses of milk, or about 20 ounces, per day.
But the researchers say a breakfast of dairy-free cake would be the perfect amount of calcium for a child weighing a little under 4 pounds, and as little as 5 ounces.
Dr. Michael Daley, director of the University of Southern California’s Institute for Nutrition Science and Technology, said the guidelines were based on the best scientific evidence available.
“What they did is they took all the best evidence and they looked at it across the United States,” he said.
They looked at studies on breakfast cereal, breakfast milk, and breakfast cereal and milk consumption.
There were about 4,000 studies on cereal, milk and dairy.
So the guidelines looked at these studies to figure out what kind of cereal was the most nutritious for kids and adults.
It was a little bit more nuanced than just milk and cereal because we know that children tend to be more active and so they need more calories than adults,” Dr. Daley said.
He said the findings showed that milk is good for a baby and that dairy is a good choice for adults.
It’s not surprising that babies and toddlers need more milk than adults, he said, because the two are quite different.
When it comes to milk, adults need about a cup and a half of milk per day, while babies need about 1 cup and 1.5 ounces of milk a day.
The amount of dairy a person needs is dependent on age, weight and gender.