Nope. Growing up I had three brothers, and we could demolish a gallon of milk just for breakfast. Thus the parents limited us. I rarely eat breakfast cereal these days, thus milk isn't something I have that often. AFAIK I still don't have any lactose problems.
Now, I did recently realize that bad teeth run in the family; the complaint is soft enamel. How true it is I'm not sure, but I decided to add in yogurt on a regular basis, for both teeth and bone health. I get non-sweetened Greek style, and add some granola. No idea if it is doing what I want to do, won't know for a few decades I guess.
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Once you are an adult drinking milk has little benefits.
A hundred thousand men and women were followed for up to 20 years. Researchers found that milk-drinking women had higher rates of death, more heart disease, and significantly more cancer for each glass of milk. Three glasses a day was associated with nearly twice the risk of premature death, and they had significantly more bone and hip fractures. More milk, more fractures.
The more I stayed away from milk products the better I felt. Now I will only consume blue cheese (very small quantities and infrequently) and whatever unintentional things happen (cheese in a sandwich, butter).
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Not here either. Almond milk if any and that is very little.
We humans are the only species that drink milk from another species after we get off our own mothers milk. Think about it. If we were intended to drink milk till we die then we would produce our own and not drink another's.
Oh, Yea! I just had a small glass with some homemade cookies while surfing here on the computer. There are some things I can't imagine eating without a glass of milk. My wife and I go through a gallon every 2-3 days.