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Dairy Council

Weight management

Some of the presentations on weight control from our conferences and symposia are below. 

You can download an overview on Dairy and Weight Control here


Federation of European Nutrition Societies (FENS) 13th European Nutrition Conference, Dublin, October 2019

Symposium on Beyond nutrients: health effects of the dairy matrix:

Metabolic health: the impact of the dairy matrix 
Professor Arne Astrup, University of Copenhagen



DCNI & European Milk Forum (EMF) Symposium, Belfast, October 2017

Dr Michelle McKinley, Queen’s University Belfast
Muscle, bones and body fat: dairy matrix effects on body composition


DCNI Nutrition & Health Conference, Belfast, April 2015

Professor Barbara Livingstone, Ulster University
Overweight and obesity – portion…size matters!

Professor Jason Ellis, Northumbria University
Overweight and obesity – the role of sleep


DCNI & European Milk Forum (EMF) Symposium, Belfast, September 2014

Prof Arne Astrup, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Dairy and weight management: a review of the evidence


DCNI Nutrition & Health Conference, Belfast, April 2013

Dr Janne Kunchel Lorenzen, University of Copenhagen
Dairy and weight control: what’s the evidence?