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Milk and Dairy Foods: Their Functionality in Human Health and Disease

      Should people drink milk? This question seems straightforward, but this book highlights the complexity of determining a research-based answer. Milk consists of a complex matrix of nutrients and components, including proteins, fatty acids, calcium, iodine, and inherent sugars from lactose. Because of its nutrient density and also being a key ingredient in high fat, high-calorie foods, the debate around eating dairy includes many factors that this book evaluates.
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      1. US Department of Health and Human Services, US Department of Agriculture. 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines. US Department of Agriculture; 2015.https://health.gov/our-work/food-and-nutrition/2015-2020-dietary-guidelines/. Accessed December 19, 2020.