RESET | 2016 Leading new directions in dairy foods and health
Giving you a new perspective on the effects of different dairy foods on cardiometabolic risk.
The Department of Food and Nutritional Sciences is delighted to present this conference.
Presenting the latest findings from our RESET study, which is examining the effects of replacing a proportion of the saturated fatty acids in milk fat with monounsaturated fatty acids by manipulation of the cow’s diet on markers of risk for cardiometabolic diseases.
The event also features some of the Department's other work on dairy and health, including:
• Whey2Go study – investigating the effects of milk proteins on vascular health
• The study on modelling dietary patterns with varying amounts of dairy products and their association with environmental, nutritional and financial costs
• Presentations from world leading experts with whom the Department collaborates
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