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Faux News: Breast Milk for Weight Loss This week while trawling the web I came across an article in a Japanese website that talked about research into Lactoferrin. Apparently daily supplements of lactoferrin led to a significant reduction ...
Apr 11 2007 5:31pm
Two Percent Milk is NOT Low Fat Recently the fact that Starbucks switched from whole milk to 2 percent milk in its espresso drinks made news. And many of us reach for the 2 percent when we’re trying to lower the fat content in our ...
Sep 03 2007 5:34pm
... the calories are from fat). One percent (low-fat) milk (1 cup): 90 to 100 calories, 20 ... more
Jul 19 2008 9:44pm
Breast Cancer and the Low-Fat Diet The National Institute of Health (NIH) has found that decreasing total fat intake may make a minimal impression on reducing the risk of breast cancer, and has no effect on the risk of colorectal cance ...
Jun 13 2007 5:56pm
Thanks for the clarification Mary Ann! You are absolutely right. When making changes to ... more
Jan 11 2008 9:33am
Wonder-ful Peanut Milk Here's another healthy drink to add to the list, this one created in the back room of K.K. Cafe on Divisadero in S.F. Signs of Wonder Peanut Milk entered the local market a few years ago and is slowly ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Milk May Be Best Post-Workout Drink According to a study by researchers at McMaster University, milk might be the best drink post workout, as it helps you gain muscle and burn fat. The researchers looked at the effects of drinking two ...
Aug 13 2007 6:14pm
Cow's Milk Does a Body Good (Maybe Even Better than Soy) Don’t get rid of your cow’s milk just yet! According to a recent study from the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, the protein in cow’s milk is actually twice as effective in building muscle post ...
Aug 20 2007 1:45pm
No More Milk! The British Medical Journal has recently reported that milk may not be a useful source of calcium. The editorial shows that there is not as much evidence to suggest drinking milk helps to build str ...
Aug 21 2007 11:55am
... on the availability or benefit of calcium in milk. The study suggesting poor correlation b ... more
Oct 12 2007 12:04pm
ALMOND MILK So I'm not supposed to have any dairy for awhile, and my doc suggested cocoanut milk or almond milk to go with my coffee. Coconut has a lot of fat though, so I opted for almond milk which only has thr ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Thanks Kat for the great recipe. Now I am going to try this at home! more
Oct 03 2007 4:48pm
Early Man Couldn't Drink Milk The BBC are reporting that only a few thousand years ago no Europeans could digest milk. In order to digest milk, adult humans need to have a gene which produces an enzyme called lactase to break ...
Mar 05 2007 12:02pm
Skim milk best for pumping up muscle mass Weightlifters who drink skim milk after a workout will build about twice as much muscle as those who rely on soy beverages, a new study suggests. What's more, milk is far cheaper than supplements spe ...
Apr 20 2007 11:32am