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Science Says Flavored Milk is Good for Kids, Unlike Soda
Date:3/17/2010

at increased risk for stress fractures and bone breaks now and osteoporosis later in life. Flavored milk is a way to help children get adequate servings of nutrient-rich dairy every day."

The American Academy of Pediatrics suggested that low-fat or fat-free flavored milks with modest amounts of added sweeteners are generally recommended to help optimize bone health and calcium intakes of children and adolescents. Another study in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association found that flavored milk drinkers consume more milk than exclusively unflavored milk drinkers.

Scientific research supports the benefits of nutrient-rich flavored milk as part of a healthy diet.

  • Milk drinkers, in general, consume more calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium and vitamin A than non-milk drinkers.(1)
  • Flavored milk drinkers do not have higher total fat or calorie intakes than non-milk drinkers.(2)
  • Children who drink flavored and unflavored milk do not have a higher body mass index (BMI) thank those who do not drink milk.(2)
  • Flavored milk drinkers have lower intakes of soft drinks compared to those who do not drink flavored milk.(3)


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