Matters of the heart

September 2001
Dairy Industries International;Sep2001, Vol. 66 Issue 9, p12
Trade Publication
Deals with studies made on the effect of milk intake on population health. Correlation between milk intake and coronary mortality rates; Milk contents that can increase and reduce coronary risk; Other factors that might have accentuated the association between milk consumption and coronary heart disease.


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