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Welcome to Dairy Nutrition, the most comprehensive and up-to-date source of scientific information for the health professional on the role of milk products in nutrition and health.

Cardiometabolic risk refers to a high lifetime risk for cardiovascular disease. The specific factors that can cause this increased risk include: obesity, hyperglycemia, hypertension, insulin resistance and dyslipidemia. A growing body of evidence suggests that milk products may have potentially advantageous impact on cardiometabolic risk factors.

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Our annual Symposium is back! This year, we will explore nutrition and sustainability.

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Cardiovascular Disease and Milk Products: Summary of Evidence

Milk products, regardless of their fat content, do not appear to increase cardiovascular risk. In fact, a growing body of evidence indicates that milk products are associated with a reduced risk of...

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Pre-Menstrual Syndrome and Milk Products: Evidence Update

Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) affects a large proportion of women. Fortunately, certain lifestyle modifications—including adopting a healthy diet— can help control light and mild symptoms. For...

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Replacement of Saturated Fat with Other Nutrients

Current nutritional guidelines recommend decreasing saturated fat intake to improve blood lipids and reduce cardiovascular risk. However, the effect on cardiovascular health may vary depending on...

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Saturated Fat and Cardiovascular Disease: Where Are We?

While a lowered intake of saturated fat has commonly been indicated for improved cardiovascular health, evidence from recent studies such as systematic reviews, meta-analyses and prospective cohort...

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Milk Products and Type 2 Diabetes: An Update

The relationship between milk product consumption and type 2 diabetes has been examined in several meta-analyses. Evidence to date suggests that milk product consumption is associated with a reduced...

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Lactose Intolerance: Health Authorities' Recommendations

Several authorities such as the National Institutes of Health, the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Nutrition, and the National Medical Association recommend that milk and milk products...

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Osteoporosis and Fractures Are Under-Recognized Among Asians

There is a growing concern about osteoporosis and fractures among Asian populations. Although milk products can help prevent osteoporosis, they are under-consumed by these population groups.

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