Dairy Council Says Dairy Burns Fat...

Apparently, the news that milk does NOT work for weight-loss really peeved the National Dairy Council. Because they’ve just unleashed a new study, that they funded, claiming dairy foods boost fat-burning.

The “research” appears in the journal Nutrition & Metabolism. Reuters reports:

The study didn't find that eating the recommended three servings of dairy food each day made any difference in helping people keep off the weight that they had lost, but it did show that they were able to consume more calories without gaining weight compared with people who consumed less than one dairy serving daily.

Wow! Eat MORE dairy and you’ll be okay. Clever ploy National Dairy Council, if that is your REAL name! That’d be like Atkins publishing a study saying their dangerous diet is healthy. Oh wait, that happened.

So I guess we’re supposed to ignore the fact that dairy promotes Crohn’s disease and cancer, burdens the environment and harbors deadly bacteria!

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TruthorDeath - September 3, 2010 2:58 PM

Dairy does NOT promote Crohn's disease and cancer. The stupidity of man and blatant disregard for sound reason is the cause of these diseases. Dairy is one of the richest sources of nutrients in the world, but the KIND of dairy is super important. Modern laws of pasturization have ruined milk, and cows fed on anything other than green grass pastures don't qualify!! That is NOT the way God intended dairy to be consumed. Ultra pasturization is a very violent process, and completely changes the entire composition of milk. Whole, fresh, raw milk, harvested with clean farming practices, is extremely nutrient rich. Have a look at www.realmilk.com. Yes, they have an agenda... but so do you. It doesn't disqualify the material and the facts.

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