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dairy product

[′der·ē prä·dəkt]
(food engineering)
Any food made from milk or milk products.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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I S L A M A B A D -- Guidelines that advise people to limit how much dairy food - particularly yogurt and cheese - they eat should be revised, according to new research.
'The results of this study highlight the beneficial role of a combination of dairy foods upon bone health and these beneficial associations remain irrespective of serum vitamin D status in a person,' said Shivani Sahni, Associate Scientist at the Institute For Ageing Research in Boston.
Other dairy foods. You can also cut the fat with other dairy products.
* Hypermarkets and Supermarkets followed by Food and Drink Specialists are the preferred distribution channels for Dairy Foods products purchase.
DSM has published a paper investigating the reasons behind rising yogurt consumption in China and provides new insights in how health-conscious, lactose-intolerant Chinese consumers are embracing this dairy food. Based on a survey carried out in countries as varied as China, USA, Brazil, and Turkey, the results reveal that perceived gut health benefits and added probiotics are driving significantly higher yogurt demand in China than the other countries surveyed.
In a recent cross-sectional study of a national sample of 3,452 adults, individuals who believed they were lactose-intolerant had significantly lower average daily calcium intakes from dairy foods than did those without self-perceived lactose intolerance.
Research suggests that dairy foods and the nutrients they provide can shield you against weak bones, high blood pressure and more.
Washington, Apr 20 ( ANI ): People who drink low-fat milk and eat low-fat yogurt and cheese are at a lower risk of stroke as compared to those who consume full-fat dairy foods, a new study has claimed.
It looks like men who have been diagnosed with localized prostate cancer needn't worry that dairy foods may make their cancer spread, as some studies had suggested.
People who self-diagnose themselves as lactose intolerant may deprive their bodies of vital nutrients by needlessly avoiding dairy foods, according to a multi-sponsor study led by Theresa A.
-- The health effects of lactose intolerance in people who forgo consuming dairy foods have not been adequately studied to determine if such individuals have any nutritional deficiencies or long-term clinical sequelae on bone and cardiovascular health, according to findings from a panel of experts assembled by the National Institutes of Health.