Associations between dairy consumption and body weight: a review of the evidence and underlying mechanisms.

@article{Dougkas2011AssociationsBD,
  title={Associations between dairy consumption and body weight: a review of the evidence and underlying mechanisms.},
  author={Anestis Dougkas and Christopher K. Reynolds and Ian Givens and Peter C Elwood and Anne Marie Minihane},
  journal={Nutrition research reviews},
  year={2011},
  volume={24 1},
  pages={
          72-95
        }
}
As the incidence of obesity is reaching 'epidemic' proportions, there is currently widespread interest in the impact of dietary components on body-weight and food intake regulation. The majority of data available from both epidemiological and intervention studies provide evidence of a negative but modest association between milk and dairy product consumption and BMI and other measures of adiposity, with indications that higher intakes result in increased weight loss and lean tissue maintenance… CONTINUE READING

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