Research finds kids who drank more milk have faster walking times and better balance as older adults. Starting a … MORE
Young girls tripled their intake of sugary sodas as they entered adolescence, making sodas the number one beverage consumed by older girls – a trend that is being blamed for an increase in weight (BMI) and a severe shortage of calcium. While milk consumption declined 25 percent during the same time period, drinking milk was linked to a lower BMI and a higher intake of calcium. MORE
Researchers at Boston University found that youngsters who get adequate amounts of dairy foods daily seem to lower their risk of becoming overweight. MORE
Milk-drinking teens, were also likely to be milk-drinking adults – a lifelong habit that was associated with a 43 percent lower risk for type 2 diabetes compared to non-milk drinkers. MORE
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