Study find drinking milk lessens the chance of weight issues in children

Researchers say kids who drink whole milk are less likely to have weight issues. Study Lead Author Dr. Johnathan Maguire spoke with CTV News Channel to give his insight.

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  1. I raised 2 kids by myself and there were a lot of very thin times but i always had milk in the house. tended to avoid buying juice or pop due to mostly expense. both my kids drank a LOT of milk… usually 4L every 2 or 3 days. they are both healthy, active, and fit – and despite both playing contact sports and a generally very clumsy son – neither have ever broken a bone.

  2. Fats keep you fuller, longer. In the long run you consume fewer calories with a decent amount of fat in your diet. Its not really a secret.

    1. I just go hungry even if I eat and I get hungry later I have willpower. Basically everybody my age is heavy somewhat or really heavy. I’m just a skinny as I was high school maybe. Thiner.

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