Washington: Adding a couple of servings of milk or yogurt to your daily diet won’t help you drop any pants sizes, a new analysis of past studies has claimed.Some research has suggested that dairy products may help people feel full for longer, or that the calcium in milk and yogurt can prevent the build-up of fat tissue but those remain unproven theories.“The results are not very consistent,” Fox News quoted Dr. Frank Hu, a nutrition researcher from the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston who worked on the new review, as saying.“Overall, I think the evidence doesn’t support the claim that dairy products are beneficial for weight loss,” he said.Hu and his colleagues analyzed the results of 29 studies including a total of 2,101 participants, some of whom were randomly assigned to add extra dairy to their diets.The set-ups of those studies varied widely, with dairy intakes ranging from one to more than six servings per day and diet interventions lasting between one month and two years.
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