Vulnerable populations benefit from dairy
Stunting affects more than 20 million newborns annually, particularly in Africa and regions of Asia. A growing body of evidence-built in part by more than five years of progressively more focused clinical and scientific research collaboratively developed between USDEC, Dairy Management Inc. and other partners internationally-supports dairy as a key part of the nutritional solution to stunting, demonstrates dairy's superiority over alternative sources of proteins, and outlines how dairy functions to prevent the condition.
Health Experts Shed Light on Protein’s Role for Healthy Aging
Did you know that starting as early as 40 years of age, the prevalence of muscle loss is approximately 0.5-1% per year, which, if it progresses, may lead to a syndrome called sarcopenia? Leaders in nutrition research from the United States, Japan, Korea and China shared research findings and dietary guidance on how to optimize health and vitality into the golden years during a May 15 conference session, "Aging and Muscle Loss: Dietary Approaches to Reduce Sarcopenia Risk," held during the 12th Asian Congress of Nutrition (ACN2015).
U.S. Dairy Preview as IFT 2015 Draws Near
The 2015 IFT Food Expo is now less than two months away. While it is almost here, you can still contact us for a free Expo Pass to secure access to the trade show exhibit area if not already registered.
U.S. Dairy Debuts at Food & Hotel Vietnam
The U.S. Dairy Export Council® (USDEC), along with four U.S. dairy suppliers, exhibited at the Food & Hotel Vietnam (FHV) 2015 show at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Centre, April 21-23.