National Dairy Council Commends New Dietary Guidelines
One of the simplest suggestions of the 2000 Dietary Guidelines released this week, to get two to three servings of dairy foods a day, carries new meaning in light of significant research released since the last review of the Guidelines in 1995. "One of the goals of the 2000 Dietary Guidelines and of this week's Nutrition Summit in Washington is to provide consumers with simple steps to act on right now for good health," said Greg Miller, Ph.
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