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29/09/2020 @ 13h34
by NHS_UK

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NHS guidelines on diet say that young children benefit from the calories and essential vitamins in milk. But they add: "For older children and adults, it's a good idea to go for lower-fat milks because having too much fat in your diet can result in you becoming overweight."

In a new review, researchers summarised the results from 29 studies in young people aged 2 to 18 years looking at how full-fat or reduced-fat milk or dairy products affect children's weight. They also considered effects on markers of heart disease and diabetes risk, such as cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar. Read more HERE.

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