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The review covers the potential relationship between body composition and whey protein, calcium, and other dairy nutrients.
The Dairy Research Institute (Rosemont, IL) says that a new scientific review on dairy protein, published in the journal Advances in Nutrition, supports dairy's potential role in reducing risks of metabolic syndrome.
According to a recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study (conducted by the Dairy Research Institute), dairy makes for the number one source of calcium, vitamin D, and potassium in the American diet.
The new review, authored by scientists from Dairy Research Institute, supports a potential positive role for whey protein, vitamin D, and other dairy nutrients in the control of body composition.