Flavored milk does a child's body good

04/1/2008 | Medical News Today

Children who drink flavored milk and regular milk get health benefits, such as a lower body mass index, according to recent research. "Limiting access to flavored milks in schools and elsewhere may have the undesirable effect of further reducing intakes of many essential nutrients provided by milk," said the study's co-author.

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