Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Study Shows Milk Claims False

According to an article published in Reuters recent claims that low-fat dairy products or calcium can help people lose weight are untrue, according to a review of the published scientific literature, which shows that neither dairy products in general nor calcium intake promote weight loss...

Dr. Amy Joy Lanou, an assistant professor in the department of health and wellness at the University of North Carolina in Asheville "Milk is a food that is designed for helping small mammals grow into rather large ones in a relatively short period of time," she explained. "It is counterintuitive to think that a food that has lots of calories, fats, and protein would be helpful for weight loss."

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