Medicine and Health Sciences | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Sports Sciences | Sports Studies
Mary Stenson, Exercise Science and Sport Studies
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between dairy consumption, body composition, and physical activity in males and females. Consistent with previous research, we found a significant, inverse relationship between milk consumption and BMI which was slightly stronger in women. Previously, researchers have suggested that calcium influences energy metabolism by decreasing fat absorption and increasing fat oxidation. Low fat dairy intake may be associated with better overall diet quality (Poddar). Additionally, protein content in milk may suppress appetite. BF was significantly and inversely related to milk consumption in the sub-sample, but not significantly related to minutes of exercise per week.
Potter, Morgan, "Relationship between BMI, Exercise and Milk Consumption" (2015). Celebrating Scholarship & Creativity Day (2011-2017). 71.