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  • Prehistoric Britons' Taste For Milk

    01/27/2003 4:06:39 PM PST · by blam · 8 replies · 245+ views
    BBC ^ | 1-27-2003
    Monday, 27 January, 2003, 22:36 GMTPrehistoric Britons' taste for milk The oldest direct evidence for the existence of dairy farming has been discovered in the UK. It is based on a chemical analysis of milk fat deposits left on pottery fragments found to be 6,500 years old. It is clear that by the time farming reached Britain, milk was already an important commodity Although the practice of milking animals for food was undoubtedly developed elsewhere and then introduced into Britain, this is the earliest time for which researchers have been able to show definitively that it was going on. According...
  • Ancient North Africans got milk: Herders began dairying around 7,000 years ago

    06/22/2012 3:53:25 PM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 11 replies
    Science News ^ | Wednesday, June 20th, 2012 | Bruce Bower
    Animal herders living in what was a grassy part of North Africa's Sahara Desert around 7,000 years ago had a taste for cattle milk, or perhaps milk products such as butter. Researchers have identified a chemical signature of dairy fats on the inside surfaces of pottery from that time. Dairy products played a big part in the diets of these ancient Africans, even though they did not live in farming villages as the earliest European milk users did, reports a team led by biogeochemists Julie Dunne and Richard Evershed, both of the University of Bristol in England. Dairying may have...
  • New study finds milk drinkers may have a healthy weight advantage

    09/15/2010 1:37:56 PM PDT · by decimon · 42 replies
    Weber Shandwick Worldwide ^ | September 15, 2010 | Unknown
    Research suggests boosting key milk nutrients calcium and vitamin D could aid weight lossNow there's a new reason to grab a glass of milk when you're on diet, suggests a new study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. In a 2-year weight loss study, milk drinkers had an advantage over those who skipped the milk. Israeli researchers found that adults who drank the most milk (nearly 2 glasses per day) and had the highest vitamin D levels at 6 months, lost more weight after 2 years than those who had little or no milk or milk products --...
  • Milk: 2 glasses a day tones muscles, keeps the fat away in women, study shows (after weight-lifting)

    05/26/2010 11:44:20 AM PDT · by decimon · 58 replies · 988+ views
    McMaster University ^ | May 26, 2010 | Unknown
    HAMILTON, CANADA Women who drink two large glasses of milk a day after their weight-lifting routine gained more muscle and lost more fat compared to women who drank sugar-based energy drinks, a McMaster study has found. The study appears in the June issue of Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise. "Resistance training is not a typical choice of exercise for women," says Stu Phillips, professor in the Department of Kinesiology at McMaster University. "But the health benefits of resistance training are enormous: It boosts strength, bone, muscular and metabolic health in a way that other types of exercise...