Dairy products linked to reduction in adolescent weight gain

03/5/2004 | Chicago Sun-Times (free registration)

A study discussed at yesterday's meeting of the American Heart Association indicates adolescents who consume two servings of dairy products daily are less likely to be overweight. One observer noted, however, there is no evidence milk helps control weight gain, but rather suggests kids who drink milk regularly are likely to eat more meals at home, which also may account for their better-controlled weight.

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