ationship between high-fat dairy and obesity, cardiovascular, and metabolic studies. "More research is needed to understand the benefits of full fat dairy products," says Prof Kratz of the unexpected results from observational studies, which demonstrated that consumption of high-fat dairy products does not contribute to cardiometabolic risk and is associated with a lower risk of obesity in most studies. "These data suggest that high-fat dairy may have benefits, potentially related to some less studied fatty acids in the milk fat. An important area for future research may be to study how bovine feeding practices affect the contents of these potentially bioactive fatty acids in dairy, and whether potential differences translate into differential health effects."
Prof Luc van Loon, Professor of Exercise Physiology and Nutrition, Maastricht University, The Netherlands will explore with participants the prevention of sarcopenia. "A blunted muscle protein synthetic response following dietary protein ingestion could be a key factor in age-related muscle loss," explains Prof van Loon. "The combination of well timed milk protein intake with physical activity and/or resistance type exercise training represents an effective therapeutic strategy to increase muscle mass and functional performance in the elderly".
The eight organizations responsible for organizing this symposium, namely Dairy Australia, Dairy Council (UK), Dairy Research Institute (DRI), Dutch Dairy Association (NZO), European Milk Forum (EMF), French Dairy Inter-branch Organization (CNIEL), Global Dairy Platform (GDP) and the International Dairy Federation (IDF), recognize the importance of international collaboration and knowledge transfer for advancement in nutrition science. Through initiatives such as this satellite symposium, they are working together to disseminate tangible nutritional benefits of dairy benefits.
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