Dairy Dos

A growing body of research illustrates that enjoying three servings of milk, cheese or yogurt each day as part of a nutrient-rich, balanced diet may help maintain a healthy weight.

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Understanding and Following the New Dietary Guidelines

Read about the brand new Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) with the goal of reducing the obesity problem in America.

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Dairy and Lactose Intolerance


Avoiding milk and other dairy products due to lactose intolerance may negatively impact diet and health

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Milk: America’s Top Source of Vitamin D


The experts agree, Americans need more vitamin D and Real California Milk is the best and easiest way to get it.

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Benefits of Dairy Fat in Health


See how dairy consumption helps keep a heart healthy

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Wholesome Goodness in Every Drop


Real California milk is a naturally nourishing, nutritious drink that quenches your thirst like nothing else. Milk that meets California standards contains more protein, calcium and other nutrients than the federal standards.

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California Chopped Salad Gets Real

Mark Scarborough and Bruce Weinstein, authors of 18 cookbooks, including their latest Real Food Has Curves: How to Get Off Processed Food, Lose Weight, and Love What You Eat, partner up with the CMAB

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Cheeses to Enjoy and Avoid During Pregnancy

Pregnant women who are cheese lovers should worry not. There are a plethora of delicious California cheeses that are safe to enjoy throughout pregnancy.

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First Lady Advocates a Healthy Lifestyle, Including Dairy Products

In February 2010, First Lady Michelle Obama announced the launch of an ambitious new program called “Let’s Move,” which aims to put an end to childhood obesity.  Small changes can add up, like replacing soada with skim milk.

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Recent Study Reveals Allergy Findings

Some children with milk allergies can safely consume milk and dairy products every day.

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The Surprising Workout Enhancer

In a recent study, women who downed two glasses of fat-free milk after strength training had greater increases in lean muscle mass after 12 weeks than exercisers who consumed a low-protein, high-carb drink.

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The Effects of Milk on Child Health

David Mills, University of California Davis microbiologist, received a $100,000 grant to conduct a study to determine if certain complex sugars found in milk can be used in the prevention of life-threatening diseases found in young children.

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A Great, Healthy After-School Snack


For a refreshing and healthy afternoon snack, how about a tall glass of low-fat milk?

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Manage Weight by Eating Cheese

Research suggests that popular full-fat cheeses could aid in weight management.

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One Benefit of Drinking Milk During Pregnancy


By drinking a few glasses of milk every day, pregnant women can reach the recommend daily 5 mcg of vitamin D necessary for the developing baby.

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Healthy Meal Planning

Milk and dairy products are an essential part of healthy eating. The Dairy Council of California makes meal planning easy with free meal planning tools for you and your family.

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