The Role of Dairy Products in Healthy Weight and Body Composition in Children and Adolescents
Tags: OBESITY -- Prevention; OBESITY -- Psychological aspects; BODY composition; BODY weight; BODY weight -- Regulation; CALCIUM; DAIRY products; EXERCISE; FOOD habits; INGESTION; LONGITUDINAL method; OBESITY; BODY mass index; RANDOMIZED controlled trials; DISEASE prevalence
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A large volume of human clinical data supports increased dietary protein for favorable changes to body composition, but not all data are conclusive. The aim of this review is to propose two theories, "protein spread theory" and "protein change theory" in an effort to explain discrepancies in the...
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Obesity often coexists with low calcium intake and vitamin D insufficiency. There is emerging evidence of a role for these nutrients in the regulation of body weight. However, it is unclear whether increasing intakes of calcium and/or vitamin D during energy restriction, is a better strategy for...
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