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Dairy

The Hype for Quitting: For years, milk products were vilified for their fat content. And many people reject dairy as binding or bloating.

Cows, come home! The most recent research points to milk, yogurt, and even cheese as being beneficial for weight loss, thanks to satiating fat (yes, you can skip the skim), protein, and nutrients like vitamin D and calcium, which are crucial for burning flab. One review in the found that people who ate the most dairy while on a calorie-restricted diet lost an average 1.6 more pounds from their fat stores than those on low-dairy diets. As for intestinal distress, although less than half of 1 percent of adults are allergic to dairy, many more

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