Dairy in your diet can make a real difference. Not only may consuming dairy products reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes, but it may also help reduce your risk of osteoporosis and hypertension, help you maintain a healthy body weight and play a beneficial role in cardiovascular disease and metabolic syndrome. With all of these potential health benefits it’s recommended to have 3-4 servings of dairy each day. Melissa Joy Dobbins, registered dietitian at NorthShore, shares ways she serves up dairy with her family to ensure everyone gets the recommended 3-4 daily servings. Milk
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Are you getting the daily dairy you should? What tips do you have to reach the recommended servings?