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  • Title: United Dairymen of Idaho > Home
    Descriptive info: .. SEARCH.. Contact Us.. Login.. Home.. Health & Nutrition.. 3 Every Day of Dairy.. Bone Up for Your Health.. DASH.. To a Healthier You.. Health Professional Resources.. Lactose Intolerance.. Health and Nutrition Helpful Links.. Sign Up for the Latest Nutrition News.. About Us.. Idaho Dairy Council.. Schools.. Fuel Up to Play 60.. Seattle Seahawks Challenge.. Classroom Materials.. Flavored Milk.. Breakfast.. Milk Coolers.. Dairy Vending Machines.. New Look of School Milk.. Nutrition Catalog.. Events & Media.. Events.. Media.. Community.. Distinguished Student Award.. Producers.. Idaho Dairy Council, the National Dairy Council.. has huddled up with the National Football League to help America's students eat right and stay active with Fuel Up to Play 60.. LEARN  ...   Idaho Dairy Commission Election Results.. Order these and other products in the.. Healthier Eating: Where You Need To Be-Spanish.. This two page handout provides tips which are based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and encourages the consumption of those foods groups that are often under-consumed; whole grains, vegetables, fruits and low-fat milk and milk products.. Download Now.. Add to cart.. BAKED APPLES WITH CINNAMON YOGURT TOPPING.. Recipe created by Chef Michael Bussinger of San Francisco on behalf of 3-A-Day of Dairy.. Download recipe.. United Dairymen of Idaho.. Idaho Producers Register for 2012 UDI Annual Meeting.. (208) 327-7050.. |.. 743 North Touchmark Avenue, Meridian, Idaho 83642.. 2010, United Dairymen of Idaho.. All rights reserved..

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  • Title: Contact Us
    Descriptive info: Latest News.. May 2011.. Meet Your Local Dairy Farmer and Fred Meyer.. →.. May 2010.. Idaho Dairy Council Awards Idaho School $12,000.. November 2010.. Idaho Dairy Farmers Nominated for 2010 Milk Quality Award.. Milk – Nature’s Sports Drink!.. Prev.. 1.. 2.. Next.. 743 North Touchmark Avenue.. Meridian, Idaho 83642.. General Number: 208-327-7050.. Fax: 208-327-7054.. Advertising and Promotion.. Contact Deana  ...   60 Program Information.. Contact Cheri Chase at.. cchase@udidaho.. Nutrition Education Programs.. Contact Caroline Keegan, RD, LD at.. ckeegan@idahodairycouncil.. or Crystal Wilson, Ed.. S, MS, RD, LD at.. cjwilson@idahodairycouncil.. School Foodservice Programs.. Nutrition Education Services for Health Professionals.. Contact Crystal Wilson, Ed.. Product Requests.. Please.. click here.. to download a product request form.. Once it is filled out email to: info@udidaho..

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  • Title: Health & Nutrition
    Descriptive info: Health Nutrition.. Nutrition Education for Everyone.. Nutrition is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle.. Access to free, credible nutrition education should not be a luxury.. Idaho Dairy Council is a non-profit nutrition education organization serving the state of Idaho.. Our mission is to provide science based nutrition education to health professionals and the public at no charge.. Our goal is to ensure educators, health professionals, scientists and media have a credible body of nutrition knowledge to use for education and health recommendations.. Idaho Dairy Council is a non-profit nutrition education organization dedicated to providing science-based materials to health professionals, schools and consumers throughout the state of Idaho.. Dairy is doctor recommended.. Dairy’s role in a healthy diet has long been established by the nutrition and science community.. What's New.. More than  ...   and schools!.. Join Fuel Up to Play 60 and Request Your School's FREE 2010/11 Wellness Kit by clicking on "Start Now.. ".. Educational Resources.. Nutrient-Rich Foods Navigation: Enjoying Nutrient-Rich Foods First.. Eating the nutrient-rich way means getting the most vitamins, minerals and other nutrients – but not too many calories – from foods.. Boost the nutrient-richness of your meals and snacks – both at home and on the go – with these quick, easy and.. tasty tips.. Nutrient Rich Shopping List.. A ready-made.. grocery store list.. that puts nutrient-rich food and beverage ideas at your patients' and clients' fingertips.. Food Groups Weekly Tracker: Enjoy Foods From All Five Food Groups.. This tracking tool.. provides a way for people to track their nutrient-rich achievements as they strive to meet the MyPyramid food group recommendations..

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  • Title: 3 Every Day of Dairy
    Descriptive info: >.. JUNE.. DAIRY MONTH.. MAIL-IN OFFER:.. From May 25th to June 21st, 2011, when you buy milk, cheese, and yogurt during a single shopping trip at your neighborhood Fred Meyer store in WA, OR, ID or AK, you can receive a single shoulder sling backpack and the Naturally Nutritious cook book FREE with proof of purchase.. Click here.. for more information!.. Eat 3 Every Day of Dairy - three servings of milk, cheese or yogurt is a deliciously easy way to help build stronger bones and better bodies.. Research shows that most of us are eating only half the recommended three servings of dairy each day - that means we need the calcium and other essential nutrients dairy provides for stronger bones and better bodies.. Three servings of dairy provides calcium along with 8 additional nutrients to help keep bones strong and bodies fit.. Eating 3 Every Day of milk, cheese or yogurt is an easy and  ...   National Hispanic Medical Association.. National Medical Association.. School Nutrition Association.. 3 Every Day of Dairy is as easy as 1-2-3:.. Look for the logo.. Look for the 3 Every Day logo on packages of milk, cheese and yogurt showing they are an excellent source of calcium.. Eat your favorite flavors.. Eat 3 Every Day of great-tasting, ice-cold milk, snackable cheeses, or portable yogurt for stronger bones and better bodies.. Take a "3 p.. m.. Break" every day.. Use this time as a reminder to tally your daily dairy servings.. If you find you re falling short, it s a good time to work in another one.. Visit.. www.. nationaldairycouncil.. for all you need to know about 3 Every Day of Dairy!.. Making Nutrient Rich Choices from the MyPyramid Milk Group.. Wake Up to the Benefits of Breakfast.. Putting Breakfast on the Table in Three Easy Steps.. 33 Tasty Snack Ideas.. Helping Kids Build Stronger Bones and Better Bodies..

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  • Title: Bone Up for Your Health
    Descriptive info: Eating three servings a day of dairy foods, in addition to regular physical activity, is an important way for everyone to build stronger bones and reduce the of osteoporosis.. Nutrients in dairy foods including calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and protein and vitamin D work together to help build and protect bones.. In fact, a report from the American Academy of Pediatrics states that eating calcium-rich foods such as milk, cheese, and yogurt during childhood and adolescence will help build strong bones, which may reduce the risk of fractures and osteoporosis later in life.. Choose  ...   participating in weight-bearing exercise.. Take care of yourself!.. Are You and Your Child Eating Enough Foods with Calcium?.. Bone Basics Tip Sheet.. Bone Up on Dairy.. Cheese Fact Sheet.. Low Fat Milk is a Healthy Choice.. Milk Fact Sheet.. Wanted Stronger Bones.. Yogurt Fact Sheet.. Your Kids Need Calcium.. Research.. Calcium Position Statement (American Academy of Pediatrics, 2006).. Lactose Intolerance Report (American Academy of Pediatrics, 2006).. Useful Links.. Building Better Bones: An Osteoporosis Quiz.. National Dairy Council Bone Health Campaign.. National Osteoporosis Foundation Fast Facts.. U.. Surgeon General s Report on Bone Health and Osteoporosis..

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  • Title: DASH
    Descriptive info: The large-scale government study called DASH found that a balanced low-fat diet that is rich in fruits, vegetables and low-fat dairy foods may help reduce the risk of high blood pressure as effectively as some medications.. The greatest improvement in blood pressure was observed with the combination diet, which included nearly three servings of low-fat dairy products along with eight-10 servings of fruits and vegetables.. This diet reduced systolic blood pressure by an average  ...   Hg.. Blood pressure reductions were immediate and occurred within two weeks after the participants started on the diets.. ("A Clinical Trial of the Dietary Patterns on Blood Pressure,".. New England Journal of Medicine.. , 336: 1117-1124, 1997.. DASH was funded by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.. ).. Daily Dash Diary Handout.. Dairy's Role in Managing Blood Pressure.. Potassium Recommendation Fact Sheet.. American Dietetic Association DASH Fact Sheet.. nhlbi.. nih.. gov/health/public/heart/hbp/dash/introduction.. html.. dashdietoregon..

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  • Title: To a Healthier You
    Descriptive info: Eating right helps you feel great and stay healthy so you can live well, but sometimes it's hard to know what advice to follow or how to get started.. Find your answers to be a "healthier you.. Health Benefits of Eating 3 Every Day of Dairy.. Building Stronger Bones with Dairy.. Making Nutrient-Rich Food Choices First: Key to a Healthful Diet.. Dairy May Help to Lower Blood Pressure.. Enjoy Dairy Foods Even if You are Lactose Intolerant.. Find Out How Much Calcium You Need.. Losing the Dairy Advantage with Fortified Foods and Supplements.. Know your calcium amounts for lowfat, fat free, or whole milk.. Kids love chocolate milk and parent's can feel good about this nutritious beverage choice.. Pasteurization and milk safety.. Pesticides and antibiotics in milk get the real facts.. Get the straight facts on rbST.. Should you worry about hormones being added to milk?.. What's the difference between organic milk and "regular" milk?.. Probiotics and your health.. "Wheying" in on Whey.. Dairy Food and Cancer Prevention.. Care and Handling of Dairy Foods.. Research shows that most of us are eating only half of the recommended three servings of dairy each day that means we need the calcium and other essential nutrients dairy provides to help keep bones strong and bodies fit.. Eating 3 Every Day of Dairy three servings of milk, cheese or yogurt is a deliciously easy way to help build strong bones and better bodies.. In addition to calcium, dairy provides eight essential nutrients, including phosphorus, potassium, protein, vitamins D, A and B12, riboflavin and niacin (niacin equivalents).. More.. Back to top.. No matter your age, the calcium that comes from milk and dairy products is an essential part of achieving good health and plays an important role in healthy bone development and maintenance.. The 2005 Dietary Guidelines recommend three servings of low-fat or fat-free milk or milk products daily as part of a healthy diet.. The role of dairy foods is more crucial than ever as most Americans today are not getting enough calcium in their daily diets, putting them at increased risk for disease.. It s never too early, or too late to make bone health a priority.. Even though the causes of osteoporosis are complex, the National Dairy Council and Idaho Dairy Council suggest the following BONE Basics so the entire family can be Bone Healthy at Every Age:.. B.. e Active.. Participating in weight-bearing and cardiovascular activities daily or at least several times a week.. O.. wn Your Diet.. Adopt a lifestyle of proper nutrition that reflects the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans and includes three servings a day of low-fat or fat-free milk, cheese or yogurt.. N.. ourish your bones.. For stronger bones, there s no better source than dairy foods, which provide essential bone-building nutrients, including calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, protein and vitamin D.. E.. ncourage others.. Be a role model by setting a good example.. Children follow the lead of parents and older siblings.. For more information on the BONE Basics, visit.. http://www.. org/HealthandWellness/DairysHealthBenefits/.. Pages/BoneHealth.. aspx.. and.. eatright.. org/Public/content.. aspx?id=5550.. Concern that most Americans are overweight, yet undernourished, has refocused attention on the long-standing, underutilized concept of nutrient density (a ratio of nutrients to calories) to make healthier food choices.. It is evident that advice focusing on calories alone or "nutrients to avoid" (e.. g.. , fat, saturated fat, sodium, sugar) has not worked.. or visit.. nutrientrichfoods.. A trio of minerals calcium, potassium and magnesium all found in dairy foods may play an important role in maintaining blood pressure.. Research supported by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute has shown that the DASH eating plan (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) can lower blood pressure and LDL ("bad") cholesterol which can reduce your risk for heart disease.. This heart-healthy eating plan also provides nutrients that are in short supply in many Americans' diets.. The DASH eating plan incorporates the recommendations of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.. The DASH diet is rich in calcium potassium and magnesium containing about two to three times the amounts most Americans get.. A research review concluded that increasing dietary calcium intakes may help reduce high blood pressure.. to learn more.. Lactose intolerance doesn't mean giving up dairy foods.. Studies have identified simple strategies to make dairy easier to digest such as drinking lactose-reduced or lactose-free milk, eating yogurt, consuming hard cheeses such as Cheddar or Swiss that are naturally low in lactose or drinking small amounts of milk at meals.. In its 2006 report, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) encourages children with lactose intolerance to still consume dairy foods in order to get enough calcium, vitamin D, protein and other nutrients essential for bone health and overall growth.. The report cautions that lactose intolerance should not result in total avoidance of dairy foods.. Don t cut dairy from your diet.. Science shows that consuming at least three daily servings of milk, cheese and yogurt not only helps people meet their daily calcium requirements, but may reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as osteoporosis, obesity and heart disease.. Get the Lowdown On Lactose Intolerance.. The calcium that comes from milk and dairy products is an essential part of achieving good health and plays an important role in healthy bone development and maintenance.. Milk is an excellent source of calcium.. Regardless of its fat content, milk provides about 300 milligrams of calcium per serving (8 fluid oz).. Milk and milk products are the top source of calcium in the American diet.. (Weinberg LG, Berner LA, Groves JE.. Nutrient contributions of dairy foods in the United States, Continuing Survey of Food Intakes by Individuals, 1994-1996, 1998.. Journal of the American Dietetic Association.. 2004;104:895-902.. The National Academy of Sciences recommends Americans consume 500-1,300 mg of calcium per day, depending on your age.. To find out how much calcium you need.. Supplements can't replace what food offers naturally.. Foods containing calcium, in particular foods from the Milk Group, are the preferred source of calcium.. As stated by the U.. Department of Health and Human Services' Healthy People 2010, "with current food selection practices, use  ...   between milk from cows treated with rbST and those not given rbST.. Milk from rbST-supplemented cows is safe for human consumption.. This has been affirmed and reaffirmed since the use of rbST was approved in the early 1990s.. There are several reason why bST, which is naturally present in cow's milk, does not have any physiological effect on humans consumer the milk.. bST is species-specific, which means that it is biologically inactive in humans.. Also, pasteurization destroys 90 percent of bST in milk.. The remaining, trace amounts of bST in milk are broken down into inactive fragments 9I.. E.. , constitute amino acids) by enzymes in the human gastrointestinal tract, just like any other protein.. Some dairy producers supplement their cows with a synthetic version of this protein to increase milk production.. According to a 1990 NIH expert panel statement, the concentration of BST in the milk of cows treated with usual doses of rbST is no higher than the concentration in untreated cows.. Furthermore, bST differs in structure from human pituitary growth hormone and is biologically inactive in humans.. For more information or technical reference materials, visit.. or.. dairyfarmingtoday.. National Institute of Health (NIH).. NIH Technology Assessment Conference statement on bovine somatotropin.. Journal of the American Medical Association.. 1991 265:1423-1425.. URL:.. http://consensus.. gov/1990/1990BovineSomatotropinta007html.. Juskevich JC and CG Guyer (1990).. Bovine growth hormone: human food safety evaluation (1990).. Science 249: 879-884.. Hormones are naturally present in many foods of plant and animal origin, including milk.. Although miniscule amounts of hormones occur naturally in both organically and conventionally produced milk and milk products, there is no evidence that these levels are harmful to health.. While some farmers choose to supplement their cows with a hormone that increases milk production, science shows that there is no effect on hormone levels in the milk itself.. While some milk and milk products are labeled as being "from cows not treated with rbST," there is no basis for claims or perceptions that this milk is safer or more healthful than milk from rbST-treated cows.. For more information,.. click here.. There is no difference between organic and regular milk.. Both contain the same unique package of nutrients that makes dairy products an important part of a healthy diet.. An 8-ounce serving of organic milk offers the same amount of nine essential nutrients, including calcium, vitamin D and potassium.. The type of milk you prefer is a matter of personal preference as all milk is nutritious and wholesome.. So what are you waiting for? Reach for milk and reap the benefits of 9 essential nutrients including calcium, potassium and magnesium!.. More on organic milk.. Probiotics and Your Health.. Probiotics living microorganisms that when consumed in sufficient amounts provide health benefits beyond basic nutrition are emerging as important dietary ingredients in functional foods.. The majority of probiotics are lactic acid bacteria, especially lactobacilli, and bifidobacteria.. In the U.. , food products containing these "friendly" probiotic bacteria are almost exclusively dairy products, such as yogurt and cultured dairy drinks.. Whey protein is a high-quality protein naturally found in dairy.. It is a complete protein containing all of the essential amino acids ("building blocks") your body needs and is easy to digest.. Whey protein is also one of the best sources of branched-chain amino acids (BCAA), including leucine, which has been shown to stimulate muscle protein synthesis.. Many people can benefit from adding whey protein to their diet.. Healthy, active adults who partake in resistance exercise may find that whey protein helps to improve body composition by helping to increase the rate at which the body makes lean muscle.. Whey protein may also help those trying to manage body weight because it is a natural and convenient way of adding protein to the diet.. In addition, starting at about the age of forty, muscle mass begins to decline, but including whey protein at each meal can be an easy and healthy way to help minimize this loss.. Whey protein can be found in powders, drink mixes, energy bars, yogurt, and other foods.. Products with whey protein as a major source of protein will list whey protein isolate, whey protein concentrate, or hydrolyzed whey protein near the beginning of the ingredients list.. Whey protein powder is very convenient and can be added to smoothies, oatmeal, mashed potatoes, soup or other common foods.. Cancer is the second most common cause of death in the U.. Both genetic and environmental factors influence cancer risk.. Awareness of relationships between diet, specific foods including dairy products, and cancer has been heightened by the recent release of the World Cancer Research Fund/American Institute for Cancer Research (WCRF/AICR)'s Second Expert Report, Food, Nutrition, Physical Activity and the Prevention of Cancer: A Global Perspective.. Milk.. is perishable.. To preserve its safety and quality the following tips are recommended:.. Refrigerate milk at 40 degrees or less.. Return milk to the refrigerator immediately after pouring out the amount needed.. Keep milk containers closed to prevent absorption of other flavors.. Protect milk from exposure to strong light because light can reduce its riboflavin content.. Look for the "Sell by" or Pull" date milk generally stays fresh for 2-3 days after this date.. Freezing is not recommended.. Cheese.. should be refrigerated at 40 degrees F or below in the original wrapper or container, transparent wrap, alumni foil or plastic wrap.. Cheese can be frozen, but it may become crumbly when thawed.. Yogurt.. should be stored in closed containers in the refrigerator at 40 degrees F to maintain its quality.. Freezing is not recommend for any cultured dairy foods.. Salted butter.. may be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 months if it is unopened and wrapped.. Opened butter should be refrigerated in a covered dish to preserve its flavor and freshness.. Salted butter can be frozen for about 6-9 months.. Cream.. should be kept refrigerated at 40 degrees F or lower.. It should be used within one week.. Freezing is not recommended for unwhipped cream, but one whipped, cream may be frozen.. Ice cream.. should be stored tightly covered n the freezer at 0 degrees F to avoid crystallization..

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  • Title: Health Professional Resources
    Descriptive info: Idaho Dairy Council is pleased to offer the following kits through the National Dairy Council to provide health professionals with resources to help educate patients about the benefits of a healthy diet that includes low fat and fat free dairy foods.. These kits free, downloadable materials to help educate patients and clients on the importance of consuming three daily servings of nutrient-rich dairy foods.. These kits include topic-specific turnkey presentations, research summaries, fact sheets, handouts, and more.. WIC Education Kit.. The WIC(Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children) education kit provides valuable tools for helping WIC health professionals educate clients on the benefits of nutrient-rich dairy foods.. to view research, handouts, and other materials, in English and Spanish, about dairy s role in WIC.. Healthy Weight Education Kit.. Research shows that enjoying three servings of low-fat or fat-free milk, cheese, or yogurt as part of a nutrient-rich, balanced diet may help maintain a healthy weight.. for the latest science behind dairy s role in healthy weight maintenance, education materials, and more.. DASH Education Kit.. This kit contains important information on the role of dairy and dairy nutrients in promoting the benefits of the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) eating plan.. Download handouts, fact sheets, recipes and other information to use with clients who need to improve their eating habits.. Research shows the low-fat DASH eating plan, which includes two to three servings of dairy foods and eight to ten servings of fruits and vegetables, may help manage blood pressure.. to download information on the DASH plan.. Live Well! Health Education Kit.. Americans today are overweight and undernourished, missing out on important nutrients because they are not choosing nutrient-rich foods first.. In order to improve public  ...   more often.. Meeting current intake recommendations for nutrient-rich, low-fat and fat-free milk and milk products can help foster healthier diets among kids and teens.. Children ages 2 8 are encouraged to consume 2 cups of milk or equivalent milk products each day, as recommended by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.. for the latest information on how dairy foods help improve child nutrition, offering educational materials, such as a joint editorial, white paper, presentations and fact sheets.. Lactose Intolerance Kit.. For those who are lactose intolerant, the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans states that milk alternatives within the milk food group, such as yogurt and lactose-free milk, are the most reliable and easiest way to derive the health benefits associated with milk and milk products.. It is important that individuals find the dairy options that work best for them.. to find information to help educate clients about effective management strategies so they can enjoy the health and nutritional benefits.. African American Education Kit.. This kit offers research, handouts, and other education resources that speak to health considerations important for African-Americans and the role of dairy foods in a healthful diet.. for more information.. Whey Protein Education Kit.. Whey protein is a natural, high-quality dairy protein that is derived from milk that contains all the amino acids in proportions that the body requires.. In addition, whey contains a wealth of dairy nutrients, including calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin B6, B12 and many biological active nutrients.. Whey protein provides a number of benefits in areas including sports nutrition, weight management, immune support, bone health, and general wellness.. Help your clients find out how whey can benefit their diets.. can help provide the protein their body needs to function properly..

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  • Title: Lactose Intolerance
    Descriptive info: Health Professionals the facts about lactose intolerance may surprise you.. For starters, it s not as widespread as many people think.. For more information and a downloadable handout for your patients.. Lactose Intolerant Doesn't Always Mean Saying Goodbye to Dairy.. Lactose intolerance is a widely known condition, but people who don t know the whole story can end up limiting their diets more than necessary and may put their health at risk.. Most people who believe they are lactose intolerant or who have experienced some symptoms can still enjoy milk, cheese, and yogurt by taking some simple measures.. The real problem lies in removing these foods from their diet, because they supply a variety of important nutrients.. Consumption of cow's milk and milk products is associated with overall diet quality and adequacy of intake of many essential nutrients including calcium,  ...   empty stomach.. Consume NO more than an 8 oz.. serving, which equals 1 cup of yogurt or milk at a time.. Spread your 3-A-Day throughout the day.. Aged cheeses like Cheddar and Swiss are naturally low in lactose.. Introduce dairy to your diet slowly.. Start with small portions and gradually work up to three servings a day.. Raise your glass to lactose-reduced or lactose-free milk.. Yogurt is good.. Cultured dairy foods like yogurt contain friendly bacteria that help digest lactose.. Lactose Intolerance and Your Child.. The Lowdown on Lactose Intolerance Making the Most of Milk.. Lactose Intolerance and Minorities: The Real Story.. AAP News, June 2007: Clearing up confusion on the role of dairy in children s diets.. American Academy of Pediatrics Lactose Intolerance Report, 2006.. Lactose Intolerance Dairy Council Digest LACTOSE INTOLERANCE REVISITED Volume 79, Number 5 Sep/Oct 2008..

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  • Title: Health and Nutrition Helpful Links
    Descriptive info: 3-Every-Day of Dairy.. 3-Every-Day of Dairy encourages families to consume the Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommended 3 daily servings of low fat milk, cheese or yogurt for strong bones and healthy bodies.. Get recipes and helpful tips.. Action for Healthy Kids.. AFHK addresses the epidemic of overweight, sedentary, and undernourished youth by focusing on changes in schools to improve nutrition and increase physical activity.. An excellent resource for clinical care and research, practice management, CME, and current health news topics.. AAP is an organization of 60,000 pediatricians dedicated to the health and well-being of infants, children, adolescents and young adults.. Check this website for general information on child health as well as programs, polices and guidelines.. ADA's website provides science-based food and nutrition information for consumers and health professionals, including health tips, fact sheets, campaigns, research studies, and policy initiatives.. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.. The CDC's website provides users with credible, reliable health information on a variety of topics including healthy living, diseases and conditions, workplace safety and health; and data and statistics.. Current statistics on the Obesity Epidemic" (link to www.. cdc.. gov/nccdphp/dnpa/obesity/) are available on this site to download.. FoodSafety.. gov.. Provides federal food safety information with an alert system that allows consumers to receive food and safety information.. MyPyramid.. Obtain USDA s MyPyramid and supporting educational resources.. This website offers personalized eating plans and interactive tools to help you make smart choices from every food group and assess and track your food intake and physical activity level.. Milk Matters.. From the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, this website is a public help education campaign to  ...   and sign up for the e-newsletter NDC Update which includes nutrition news, fast facts, expert nutrition advice and information on updated dairy nutrition resources.. National Institutes of Health.. Bringing health and science to the public, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), a part of the U.. Department of Health and Human Services, is the primary Federal agency for conducting and supporting medical research.. The National Medical Association (NMA) is the collective voice of African-American physicians and a leading force for the elimination of disparities in health.. National Osteoporosis Foundation.. The NOF's mission is to prevent osteoporosis and to promote lifelong bone health through awareness, advocacy, education and research.. This website offers news, and resources for patients and professionals.. Nutrient Rich Foods Coalition.. The Nutrient Rich Foods Coalition Web site offers easily accessible and reliable information to help people eat the nutrient-rich way that means choosing nutrient-rich foods first within each of the five basic foods groups and selecting less nutrient-rich options as calories allow.. It is a total diet approach based on the five food groups and nutrient density concepts highlighted in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and MyPyramid.. The website offers resources and downloadable tools to help consumers and patients make healthy changes to their diets.. Nutrition Explorations.. Includes a variety of classroom nutrition information, games, book recommendations and recipes, with sections for parents, teachers and school nutrition personnel.. The Dairy Report.. The Dairy Report is a blog written by health professionals registered dietitians, PhD nutritionists and communication experts at the National Dairy Council (NDC).. The authors seek to provide the latest news, analysis and opinion on nutrition and health research and events..

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