May 24 2021
Farmer-funded research by the National Dairy Council (NDC) allows us to engage in myth-busting when necessary
Jan. 25 2021
The inspiration for a checkoff-led research project sometimes begins during a basic roundtable brainstorm session among my National Dairy Council (NDC) colleagues
Jan. 14 2021
A growing body of research supports the inclusion of fuller fat dairy foods in the diet. However, the overweight and obesity epidemic in the U.S. makes it challenging for scientists to justify full-fat...
Jan. 11 2021
The release of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025 on December 29, just as 2020 was concluding, was a welcome start to the new year for dairy
Jan. 11 2021
It’s a question that is, once again, top of mind for many in the dairy community after the release of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025, which recommend consumption of low-fat and fat-free...
Jan. 11 2021
Many dairy proponents who have studied the newly released Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020 to 2025 will tell you that there are many wins for the category
Jan. 7 2021
With the official release of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025 last week, federal nutrition standards have been set for the next five years
Jan. 7 2021
The newly released Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025 was filled with many positives for the dairy industry
Nov. 16 2020
The National Milk Producers Federation is aggressively working to have the newest science on full-fat dairy products be included in the latest version of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGAs)
July 27 2020
The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee’s Scientific Report puts dairy in a strong place for the final 2020-2025 guidelines that are set to be released at the end of this year
June 22 2020
When the new 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans are released later this year, it appears dairy will keep its prominent seat at the table in USDA’s diet recommendations
March 30 2020
It appears some advisers to the federal government are flat out ready to ignore the science on saturated fats . . . as in the healthy fats found in butter, cheese, milk, and meat