A variety of reports in the past decade have indicated that calcium may be a helpful weight loss nutrient. This prompted the dairy industry to widely promote milk as a weight loss food. On May 5, 2008 a press release reports on an article that will soon appear in the Nutritional Reviews journal that states “neither dairy nor calcium intake promotes weight loss.” For consumers this simply becomes another “butter vs. margarine” or “are eggs good or bad” dilemma. Extra calcium is one tool that can actually help many people to lose weight in a healthy way.
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There are plenty of people (I’m not one of them) practicing or believing in alternative health who think that drinking milk is simply bad to the bone. A new meta-analysis from 324 milk-related studies by European researchers concludes that regular milk drinking may reduce the chances of dying from illnesses such as coronary heart disease (CHD) and stroke by up to 15-20 %.
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