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A new study just released at a meeting of the American Heart Association reveals that children who eat fewer dairy products actually are more likely to face an obesity issue.

It isn’t that researchers believe that dairy products help people lose weight; rather, according to Dr. Stephen Daniels, associate chairman of the heart center at Cincinnati Children's Hospital, those who get regular dairy foods may weigh less because they eat more home-cooked meals or have breakfast each morning.

The key, according to researchers, seems to be two servings of some dairy food each day.
KC's View:
Sounds like, in a world gone weight loss-obsessed, that this might be the basis of another promotional program.