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We all know that calcium-rich milk and other dairy foods are good for strong bones and prevention of osteoporosis. Reduced- or low-fat dairy is also good for your waistline. At least three servings a day can help you burn more calories and fat than just exercising alone. Start with these tasty and good-for-you dishes. All contain low-fat products that promise great flavor without all the calories.
Dairy Does a Body Good
It's no secret that diet and exercise are the key factors in maintaining a healthy weight, but eating low-fat dairy can help you reach your goal more effectively.
"Slim Down With Dairy" is from the October 2007 issue of Southern Living.