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Whole milk consumption tied to greater vitamin D store, lesser BMI
 

Whole milk consumption tied to greater vitamin D store, lesser BMI

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Young children who drink whole milk are likely to have higher stores of vitamin D and lower body mass index (BMI), suggests a recent study.
 
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8 Jan 2017 - General
 
Madhubabu kaaja there is no doubt that whole milk contains a very needed important minerals and vitamins.
Not just children should consume milk but all, yes children need calcium for gro...
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With the increased availability of different types of processed and powdered milk, I think the consumption of whole milk is getting less and less. In my country, the most commonly consumed milk is powdered milk, and it is said that the quality of mil...
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Young children who are drinking whole milk has good vitamin D stores in body and lesser chances of obesity in them. Fat content of milk is studied but it is unclear on low fat milk with relation to vitamin D stores and obesity. What is your recommend...
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