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Message to El Paso Residents: Forgo Fad Dieting and Join the Campaign for Healthy Weight
Date:9/11/2008

ing their weight, however, are making less than optimal beverage choices. Coffee, soft drinks, teas and juices are most likely filling their glasses and cups with milk being the fifth most frequently consumed beverage -- only 14 percent of all beverage occasions. Including milk on the menu appears to make a positive difference. The report found that adult dieters who made drinking lowfat or fat free milk a daily habit were more likely to have a healthy body mass index (BMI) with better quality diets richer in essential nutrients and were less likely to feel deprived compared to dieters who didn't -- findings which are in line with previous scientific studies.

Milk supplies two nutrients that along with physical activity are especially important when cutting calories -- calcium to prevent bone loss and protein to help build muscle mass. Studies suggest that drinking the recommended three glasses of lowfat or fat free milk a day along with a healthy diet can help maintain a healthy weight. Researchers also have found that people with higher intakes of milk tend to be leaner and are less likely to gain excess weight than those who drink little to no milk.

Milk -- The Beverage with Your Health Interests at Heart

People who maintain a healthy weight are less likely to be at risk for weight-related health problems, such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and some types of cancer. In addition, some studies have linked meeting the recommendations for lowfat and fat free milk along with eating fruits and vegetables to a lower risk for high blood pressure and heart disease, as part of a heart-healthy diet. The American Heart Association 2007 Guidelines for Preventing Cardiovascular Disease in Women emphasize eating fresh fruits, vegetables and lowfat milk and milk products.

"I always encourage people to include three servings of lowfat or fat free milk as part of a heart-healthy diet and to walk everyday," said local registered dietici
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