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Fact sheet – Dairy & sport
There are excellent reasons why athletes can turn to dairy products to build muscle and assist in recovery after strenuous exercise
Fact sheet – The process of heat treating milk
Appropriate heat treatment limits harmful bacteria that may be present in food and ensures that food is safe to consume. Milk can be treated by four methods
This booklet is aimed at dietetic students and consists of 14 sections, illustrating scientific evidence of the benefits of dairy in the daily diet.
Educational tool for Dietitians, Nutritionists and Nutrition Advisors
This is a A3-flip chart that may be used for patient education. It focuses on the role of dairy in the diet of the South African family.
A training aid to teach the Food-based dietary guideline
This is an easy to use training tool to guide you in how milk and dairy fits into the daily diet of the South African family.
Milk protein: new insights into quality and function
Recent research has identified additional metabolic and neutraceutical roles of the biologically active peptides of milk protein.
Dairy products and Hypertension
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), hypertension contributes to a significant proportion of the global burden of disease and is strongly associated with cardiovascular and renal diseases.
Vitamin B 12 in dairy: vital for brain health
Although the vitamin B12 content of milk is not high compared to other animal sources, the vitamin B12 in milk has been found to be highly bioavailable.
Dairy trans fatty acids and cardiovascular disease: Implications for public health nutrition in South Africa
Total trans fatty acid (TFA) intake is a risk factor for the development of cardiovascular disease.
The role of dairy consumption in preventing type 2 diabetes
The proportion of individuals with type 2 diabetes is increasing worldwide.