Milk and dairy foods are often shown to be associated with lower risk of both diabetes and heart disease.
July 3, 2014
Highlights from the Dairy Council of California’s Top 10 Nutrition Trends for 2014 report include: dairy fat may no longer be a villain in heart disease risk; milk and dairy foods are promising in prevention of metabolic syndrome and diabetes; and consumers’ interest grows in natural, functional, fresh foods.
Numerous health benefits make milk products essential to a family's healthy diet.
June 14, 2014
"Three servings of milk and milk products a day provide a package of nine essential nutrients not contained in any other single food or beverage," says a registered dietitian nutritionist with Dairy Council of California.