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The nutritional and physiological impact of milk in human nutrition


, : The nutritional and physiological impact of milk in human nutrition. CRC critical reviews in food science and nutrition 11(1): 41-116

The widespread use and promotion of milk in the United States and developing countries have been questioned. Several factors are examined: the nutrient composition of dairy products, factors that account for variability in composition of milk, milk processing, preservation, quality control, contaminants in milk, milk in relation to disease, and use of special milks. Consumption patterns for milk and evidence for its nutritional value, especially in children, are presented. Comparisons are made between cow's milk and human milk. Numerous tables are included.

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DOI: 10.1080/10408397909527259


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