How to eat less dairy in the week ahead

Dairy free meals can help you eat healthier during the week, especially during the colder months, according to a new study.

The research by researchers at the University of California-Davis, published Monday in the journal PLOS One, found that eating dairy free during the holiday season, which begins Jan. 1, can help decrease the amount of milk in your body, the milk that you eat and the amount you have to digest.

The study was based on a study that was conducted between March and April of 2018.

It was based in the California desert and involved the use of a digital food monitoring device called a dairy free meal (DFM).

The study participants were asked to eat three daily dairy free milks and two dairy free smoothie drinks during the three days of the week.

Participants who had no dairy consumption at all on the previous day had to eat the same amount of dairy free food, regardless of how much of the previous week’s milk they had eaten.

The researchers found that the DFM significantly reduced the amount and type of milk they consumed during the study.

It also reduced the total amount of calcium and vitamin D they received from their diets.

They also saw a decrease in total energy intake, the amount their body uses, and the total number of calories they consumed.

In a statement, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Department of Health and Human Services and the U.”s Department of Education said that the results are consistent with previous studies and confirm the value of DFMs as an effective tool for dairy free nutrition and dietary counseling.”

The study authors noted that this study supports the continued use of dairy products, and suggests that DFM might also be a useful tool for those who are not yet ready to switch to dairy-free eating.

They also noted that the findings suggest that dairy-containing dairy products should be considered in combination with a plant-based diet and that DFFMs can also help improve overall health and reduce your risk of chronic diseases.ABC News’ Julie C. Wang contributed to this report.ABC/Wires