• Well it certainly is not a good thing if you sneeze when you are drinking milk.
  • I've heard this too. I really don't know the answer though.
  • Dairy products cause an excess amount of mucus and one will have a stuffed up nose.
  • Yes; they can be mucogenic, so they're best to avoid when you already have mucus overload. Plain, unsweetened yogurt with live active cultures can be an exception.
  • Dairy products are bad for you period. Especially when you have a cold. I'm not an expert on the subject but i have looked up dairy products online due to a documentary i once watched. I suggest everyone research the dairy industry and it's products. You will be shocked
  • They bring up and create more mucus and if you are already having a hard time with congestion, it's not a good idea to add more. What works well is eating popcorn which is drying to the system.
  • I can speak only for myself. Homogenized, pasteurized cows milk would stuff me up in a minute after having it. So too cheeses. for some reason if I have raw organic dairy this effect is negligible
  • According to the Mayo Clinic: "Although drinking milk may make phlegm thicker and more irritating to your throat than it would normally be, milk doesn't cause your body to make more phlegm."
  • not that i know of

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