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Some studies suggest that adequate protein intake contributes to bone health. Other scientific data indicates that protein, including that present in milk, could reduce the risk of chronic diseases.

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Protein and Healthy Aging: Optimal Muscle Mass for Life

Our muscles are constantly in balance between anabolism (growth) and catabolism (breakdown). For anabolism to take place, we need to fuel muscles with protein. Exercise also gives muscles a further push to grow. Optimal distribution of protein at each meal appears to be a key factor in building and maintaining muscle mass throughout life.

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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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The Effect of Milk Products on Inflammation

Evidence from randomized controlled trials suggests that milk product consumption does not have an adverse effect on inflammation. In fact, milk products may reduce inflammation in the body by...

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Milk Products and Kidney Stones

Evidence from prospective cohort studies, randomized controlled trials and systematic reviews indicates that an adequate or higher consumption of milk products and dietary calcium in particular does not increase the risk of developing kidney stones.

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Metabolic Syndrome and Milk Products

Several studies, including meta-analyses, indicate that milk and milk products are associated with a reduction in the risk of developing metabolic syndrome.

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Differences in the Nutritional Composition of Organic Versus Conventional Milk

There is limited research comparing organic and conventional foods, including milk. However, emerging studies suggest that organic milk may contain higher levels of certain nutrients compared to conventionally produced milk, but the relevance of these findings from a clinical standpoint is unclear.

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Advantages of Vitamin D3 over Vitamin D2

Cholecalciferol (vitamin D3) is a natural by-product of animal origin that is created from exposure to the sun, while ergocalciferol (vitamin D2) is a synthetic by-product of plant origin.

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