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Posted by: Sash | 2008/12/11

The article : Eat dairy, lose weight.

I want to know if this extra dairy intake, will help someone that has insulin resistance?

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Dear Sash
Yes if you use low-fat or preferably fat-free dairy products such as fat-free milk, yoghurt and cottage cheese then you will be obtaining extra dietary calcium without increasing your fat intake. Dairy products as listed above also have a low glycaemic index so they are a good choice for snacks and to use at meals to lower the GI of the meal (for example if you eat low-GI bread with fat-free cottage cheese your meal will have a low-GI).
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