Non-Fat Milk Is Not a Diet Food says Experts

Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health, along with several other institutions, recently looked at the milk consumption and weight of almost 13,000 adolescents and found that skim and 1% milk were associated with weight gain, but dairy fat was not.

The U.S. Dairy Association and other authorities have maintained for decades that non-fat or skim milk is the healthy choice for weight control and avoiding heart disease. Now some experts are questioning the wisdom of this claim.

“Any milk that humans consumed prior to the advent of pasteurization came right out of the cow, goat or other animal,” say boomer generation health experts Dian Griesel, Ph.D., and Tom Griesel, authors of the new book TurboCharged: Accelerate Your Fat Burning Metabolism, Get Lean Fast and Leave Diet and Exercise Rules in the Dust (April 2011, BSH) and the newly launched, The TurboCharged Mind: Eliminating Bad Habits with Hypnosis (January 2112) . “It was consumed as delivered, in its raw natural state. In contrast, 99.9% of the milk consumed in the West today, regardless of fat content, is a processed food. Starting with whole milk, it becomes more refined with each fat-reduction step.”

“Also, calorie restriction has a poor track record when it comes to weight loss,” adds Tom. “Numerous studies conclude that restricted-fat diets are no better than restricted calorie diets. Research shows that removing the fat from milk to reduce either the calories or the saturated fat has no scientific basis in promoting successful weight loss. However, with each fat reduction step, the percentage of fat is reduced, but the percentage of sugar increases. It is excess sugar in our diet that results in fat storage not fat or even calories.”

Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health, along with several other institutions, recently looked at the milk consumption and weight of almost 13,000 adolescents and found that skim and 1% milk were associated with weight gain, but dairy fat was not.

“Sugar-fat combinations are rarely found in nature,” says Dian. “This combination is a major contributor to the storing of excess fat in and on our bodies. This is the reason to avoid most dairy products and all refined processed food.”

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“Numerous studies conclude that restricted-fat diets are no better than restricted calorie diets.
Dian and Tom Griesel