Press releases for 2007
The Dairy Council press releases for 2007
The Dairy Council hosts the Ceremony of Christmas Cheeses (6th December 2007)
Chelsea Pensioners were getting into the Christmas spirit today with the help of British cheesemakers at The Dairy Council’s annual Ceremony of the Christmas Cheeses.
Wider waistlines linked to lack of dairy in the diet (15th November 2007)
A diet low in dairy foods has been linked to an increased risk of accumulating fat around
the waist, according to recent research published in Public Health Nutrition.
The 20th of October is world osteoporosis day (12th October 2007)
World Osteoporosis Day is coming up on the 20th of October. In order to help protect the UK against osteoporosis and its effects, The Dairy Council hopes to raise awareness of how we can help to look after our bones for the future.
Calcium may help prevent the spread of breast cancer to bone (8 October 2007)
A diet high in calcium-rich-foods may help to prevent the spread of breast cancer to the bone, according to the results of an Australian study recently published in Cancer Research.
Trendy teens following fad diets may compromise bone health (25 September 2007)
Teenage girls who self impose dietary restrictions, without proper medical advice, could significantly increase their risk of osteoporosis in later life, according to the results of a recent study.
The healthfulness of dairy is not affected by foot and mouth disease (5 August 2007)
The Dairy Council would like to reassure consumers that milk and all other pasteurised dairy products are safe to consume as usual.
The Dairy Council Launches New Website (31 July 2007)
The Dairy Council is proud to announce the launch of its dynamic new website. With a
complete redesign the site is now multifunctional and has a crisp clean new
Dairy calcium may reduce the risk of breast cancer (17 July 2007)
Calcium from dairy foods may have the ability to reduce the risk of breast cancer,
according to the results of a recent study published in the Annals of Nutrition and
The Dairy Council hosts Diet and Health Conference (7 June 2007)
The Dairy Council hosted a Diet & Health Conference today at King’s College London. The
event included talks from five international experts, who spoke about the influence of diet
June is National Osteoporosis Month (1 June 2007)
It is widely agreed that dairy foods are the best source of calcium which can help to guard
against osteoporosis, and in recognition of National Osteoporosis Month The Dairy Council
would like to highlight the importance of calcium in the diet.
World Milk Day is 1st June (14 May 2007)
In honour of World Milk Day on 1st of June, The Dairy Council clarifies some of
the facts about milk and dairy products.
Milk builds more muscle than soya (2 May 2007)
Drinking cow’s milk promotes greater development of muscle tissue after exercise than soya
alternatives to milk, according to the results of a Canadian study recently published in
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Getting a daily dose of dairy could reduce your risk of cancer (30 March 2007)
Including milk and dairy foods in your diet could reduce your risk of developing colorectal
cancer according to a recent study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology.
New steps towards the definition of a nutritious food (23 March 2007)
Dietary guidance should consider the cost and enjoyment of food in addition to nutrient
content according to a presentation given by Professor Adam Drewnowski at The Dairy Council lunch lecture
Dairy foods could help to combat obesity and cardiovascular disease (16 March 2007)
Increased calcium intakes from dairy products may be able to reduce absorption of fat into
the blood stream after a meal according to the results of a recent Danish study.
Forget fad diets and slimming pills - natural milk fat may hold key to slimmer waist (13 March 2007)
A fatty acid naturally found in milk and dairy foods known as CLA has been found to reduce
body fat in overweight and obese adults, according to the results of a recent Norwegian
Dairy may help to fight the battle of the bulge (22 January 2007)
A new US study revelas that eating a diet rich in low fat dairy foods may help to reduce the inevitable weight gain many of us face as we get older.