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Not Enough Kids Drink Low-Fat Milk, U.S. Study Finds by HealthFinder Posted Thu 15 Sep 2011 1:00pm healthnewslink Nearly a third of children and teens report they consume whole milk THURSDAY, Sept. ... Read on »
Low fat milk and muscle recovery in women by Mary Ellen B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 Oct 2010 3:48pm Go into any health food market and you will see endless products that promise optimal muscle  recovery from strenuous exercise. Athletes can become obsessed with their performance and will try anything to improve it, just read the newspaper. Sometimes the answer is right in front of us. A study published in the June issue of Medicine and Sc ... Read on »
Skim Milk | Healthy Food of the Day by Matt C. Patient Expert Posted Fri 26 Sep 2008 3:21pm Learn how adding skim milk to your diet can help you build muscle, strengthen bones and maybe even lose some body fat along the way. “Milk - it does a body good” has a new meaning for people looking to add muscle, stave-off bone loss and reduce body fat. A flurry of research — albeit, mostly funded by the dairy industry — over the past few ... Read on »
Is Skim Milk Healthy? by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 16 Oct 2009 10:00pm I don't drink skim milk. A minor reason is flavor - flavor is in the fat. Average butterfat content from old-fashioned cows at the turn of the century was over 4% (or more than 50% of calories). Today butterfat comprises less than 3% (or less than 35% of calories). Worse, consumers have been duped into believing that low-fat and skim mil ... Read on »
Fat-Free vs Lowfat Milk by BefitBefull Posted Thu 29 Jul 2010 10:41am Happy Thursday everyone! I mentioned a few weeks ago that Chris and I would be staying with my parents outside of Philadelphia while we house hunted in Harrisburg. So far shacking up with the rents has been wonderful! Especially since I haven’t felt like cooking. My mom has taken care of dinner pretty much every night we’ve been here. Thank ... Read on »
GOT MILK? BUT WHICH KIND?  by Marla-Deen Posted Tue 30 Oct 2012 11:08pm A friend just asked me about my take on 2% milk vs. skim milk and my thoughts.  Well, first of all, let me say I am not what you would call a milk drinker.  In fact, if I ever do pour myself a glass of milk my family acts as if I've lost my mind and might just fly away on newly sprouted wings.  I do eat low fat greek yogart regularly and h ... Read on »
Milk, Does It Do A Body Good? Part 3: The Raw Debate - A Tale of Two Milks by Scott K. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 May 2008 6:13am Today is the part of the dairy issue that is probably most important to most of us here and is also the piece of the puzzle that throws most of what was put together for the last post into question. We're going to look at some of the differences between real, fresh, raw, unpasteurized, unhomogenized milk and the conventional pasteurized, hom ... Read on »
Nutrition In Milk And Milk Substitutes by Scott K. Patient Expert Posted Mon 24 Aug 2009 10:35am About a year ago, Silk Soymilk ran an ad campaign featuring cows talking about the health benefits they get from drinking Silk instead of milk. Here is one example: Clever, eh? But really, how true is it? Is a product like Silk better than milk, whether that’s pasteurized/homogenized milk or raw milk? Today, let’s look at milk a ... Read on »
David Brown, Dr. Rod Jackson, And Jimmy Moore: A Saturated Fat Roundtable Discussion by Jimmy M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 26 Oct 2009 11:03pm David Brown, Dr. Rod Jackson, and me discuss saturated fat effects Knowing what you believe and why you believe it, being passionate about sharing the truths you have learned through doing your own independent research, and not being intimidated by the so-called health “experts” out there who pretend to know all there is to know about diet, ... Read on »
Whole milk may be better for kids than skim milk by Niell A. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Wed 03 Jul 2013 6:31pm By  MICHELLE CASTILLO Whole milk may be the better option when giving children the dairy drink, researchers suggest.In a viewpoint published on July 1 in  JAMA Pediatrics , Dr. David S. Ludwig, an endocrinologist at Boston Children's Hospital, and Dr. Walter C. Willet, Fredrick John Stare professor of epidemiology and nutrition chair at ... Read on »