Link between vitamin D, dementia risk confirmed — ScienceDaily

How’s your milk and cheese intake? With recent studies de-linking animal fat intake with heart disease and obesity, and a new study once again linking vitamin D deficiency with dementia and Alzheimer’s, it may be time to give dairy a second look.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/08/140806161659.htm

Study links drinking fattier milk to lower weight

Are you wasting your time drinking low fat milk?

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Fat Free Milk

Like a similar study released last year on kids, a new study found that low fat milk is associated with higher body fat compared with whole milk in adult males. Last year’s study caused the American Academy of Pediatrics to change the recommendations for giving children low fat milk to giving them whole milk. Whole milk also contains significantly more nutrients than low fat milk.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2014/02/16/newser-whole-milk-research-skinny-people/5531321/

Fitness: Exercise addiction – Fitness – reports & trends from Maria Howard – TimesDispatch.com

Thats right, “exercise addiction”. Here you go…

http://m.timesdispatch.com/entertainment-life/columnists-blogs/maria-howard/fitness-exercise-addiction/article_6d012086-164e-5776-b033-ab32650ed1a0.html?mode=jqm

U.S. News enlists experts to rank 32 diets of 2014 – KansasCity.com

Interesting information on health experts opinion on which diets are better for you…
http://www.kansascity.com/2014/01/08/4736501/us-news-ranks-best-worst-diets.html?storylink=fb

Milk Proteins: Packing a Powerful Nutritional Punch | Today’s Dietitian

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Milk Proteins: Packing a Powerful Nutitional Punch

Here’s an article on the importance of milk proteins in the diet from Today’s Dietitian magazine.March 2013 Issue
Milk Proteins: Packing  a Powerful Nutritional Punch
By Karen Giles-Smith,  MS, RD Today’s Dietitian Vol. 15 No. 3 P. 26

Evidence shows  high-quality proteins, such as milk proteins, promote satiety, weight  maintenance, muscle synthesis, and blood glucose control.

For many years, nutrition professionals didn’t consider  protein a priority for most Americans. The thought was that most people…(read more on their site)

http://www.todaysdietitian.com/newarchives/030413p26.shtml

 

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