Increasing fluid milk favorably affects bone mineral density responses to resistance training in adolescent boys.

@article{Volek2003IncreasingFM,
  title={Increasing fluid milk favorably affects bone mineral density responses to resistance training in adolescent boys.},
  author={Jeff S Volek and Ana L. Gomez and Timothy Paul Scheett and Matthew J. Sharman and Duncan N. French and Martyn R. Rubin and Nicholas A Ratamess and Michael McGuigan and William J. Kraemer},
  journal={Journal of the American Dietetic Association},
  year={2003},
  volume={103 10},
  pages={1353-6}
}
This study examined the effects of increasing milk on bone and body composition responses to resistance training in adolescents. Twenty-eight boys (13 to 17 years of age) were randomly assigned to consume, in addition to their habitual diet, 3 servings/day of 1% fluid milk (n=14) or juice not fortified with calcium (n=14) while engaged in a 12-week resistance-training program. For all subjects combined, there were significant (P<or=.05) changes in height (+0.5%), sigmaseven skin folds (-7.7… CONTINUE READING

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