Did you hear on the news?

@dawnrm69 (1174)
United States
May 12, 2007 3:42pm CST
Did you hear on the news that they have tested and found that milk will help in weight loss? I have known this one for sometime. It does help. What do you think?
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@SKLC_PT (1234)
16 May 07
It can work both ways though. I get addicted to milk sometimes, once I drank 1 liter in less then an hour.. I drank a lot of milk and I got fatter but hey it could have been coincidence, I was in the UK for 2 months and the milk there compared to where I live was just great, we don't get that fresh milk you can get there, our fat milk seems less fat the their half fat milk. All I know is I loved drinking the fat milk, I loved the freshness of it! Now I guess I did push it a bit with all the milk I could drink in one day, but I also had a lot of other things that could have caused my gaining wait wile there... I find milk can sometimes fill you up quickly but after a few minutes you are thirsty again maybe even thirstier, but hey, that might just be me!
• United States
12 May 07
I have known that for years now. I've always drank it regularly since I was a child, so at least I have been doing something right for my body. lol
@aprilgrl (4460)
• United States
12 May 07
No, I must have missed it and they are good for your bones too. Thanks for telling us.
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@PsychoDude (2018)
• Netherlands
12 May 07
Don't drink milk that much, what is the reasoning behind the study btw? Is it because of a suppression of hunger because milk is fat or something else present in the milk which actually triggers the weight loss?
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@stephcjh (32385)
• United States
12 May 07
I haven't heard the news recently. I didn't know milk could help you lose weight. I am not much of a milk drinker but I sure would drink alot more of it if it helped me to shed a few pounds. Have you actually lost weight by drinking milk or did you do some kind of special diet and exercise along with it? I always thought milk was considered to be fattening.
@Lydia1901 (16354)
• United States
19 May 07
I have not heard about that before. But, they always say one thing for awhile and then they do more research, then they'll say maybe we were wrong. But, I'll believe anything for right now until they come up with more information.