Does More Milk Consumption Enhance the Heights?

Based on the finding of a national study, the consumption of milk during school age (age 5-17) is positively associated with height increase at age 12 and above. 

Created on November 21 2015 at 08: 00 AM


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1: "Does Milk Make Children Grow? Relationships Between Milk Consumption And Height In Nhanes 19992002," American Journal Of Human Biology, 2005, by AS Wiley. (Citations: 75).

Abstract In the United States, milk (usually cow's milk) is widely considered an essential food to support bone growth among post-weaning age children, as evident in government-sponsored nutrition policies that mandate milk for children. Milk contains calories, protein, ...



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