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The BBC reports that a new study published by the Journal of Reproductive Medicine suggests that women who are milk drinkers “are five times more likely to have twins than women who consume no animal products.”

The growing availability of milk throughout the planet, it is believed, has contributed to the significant increase in twins born over the last three decades – in some countries, the rate has increased more than 50 percent.

There are, of course, other likely factors, such as the availability of fertility drugs. But the evidence seems to suggest that milk is at least a contributing factor.
KC's View:
We can remember urging Mrs. Content Guy to eat breakfast and especially to drink more milk back in then old days when we were starting to consider having the possibility of having kids.

She ignored us.