Keyword "recommendations"

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  • Milk Products and Gout

    Milk products have been recognized as an important dietary factor in reducing the risk of gout development. The consumption of milk products is also recommended to manage this condition.

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  • Calcium Requirements

    In 2010, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) published new Dietary Reference Intakes for calcium. These recommendations are based on an analysis of more than 1000 studies and reports and were established to allow the majority of people to achieve and maintain good bone health.

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  • Sodium Reduction in the Canadian Food Supply: Challenges for Cheese

    In July 2010, the Sodium Working Group of Health Canada released their recommendations for reducing sodium intakes of Canadians to 2,300 mg/day by 2016. Although sodium consumption in Canada is too high, its reduction in foods such as cheese is challenging. HighlightsSalt is responsible...

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  • The Importance of Milk and Milk Products as Reliable Sources of Calcium

    Not only are milk and milk products high in calcium, but the calcium they provide also has good bioavailability, i.e., it is easily accessible to the body. In contrast, most plant sources contain lower amounts and/or less bioavailable calcium.

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  • Institute of Medicine's DRIs for Calcium and Vitamin D

    Following a comprehensive review of the scientific literature, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) issued recommendations for intakes of calcium and vitamin D based on their key role in skeletal health, consistent with a cause-and-effect relationship. Highlights:Scientific evidence indicates...

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