Study: Childhood dairy diet affects later bone health

08/15/2008 | MedHeadlines

Young children who consume two or more servings of dairy products a day have significantly better bone health, including density and mineral content, as teenagers. If their dairy-rich diet is supplemented with a nondairy protein, their bone health is even more improved.

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