14th International Symposium on Milk Genomics and Human Health

14th International Symposium on Milk Genomics and Human Health Program The three day event is being organized by the IMGC in collaboration with Laval University (Institute on nutrition and functional foods and STELA Dairy Research Centre, Dairy Farmers of Canada, … Continue reading

Highlights of the 13th Annual IMGC Symposium held in Davis, California

Highlights of the 13th Annual IMGC Symposium by Sam Westreich in SPLASH!® milk science update: October 2016 The International Milk Genomics Consortium (IMGC) held its 13th annual conference this past September 27–29, 2016, at the University of California, Davis. With … Continue reading

Annual Scientific Symposium Opens with Welcome by California Dairy Farmer

UC Davis hosts International Milk Genomics and Human Health Symposium International experts gather to discuss cutting-edge research on milk, lactation and human health September 27, 2016 DAVIS, CA – More than 100 international experts in milk nutrition, human health, genomics, lactation … Continue reading

Emerging Evidence for the Importance of Dietary Protein Source on Glucoregulatory Markers and Type 2 Diabetes: Different Effects of Dairy, Meat, Fish, Egg, and Plant Protein Foods

By Kevin B. Comerford and Gonca Pasin, California Dairy Research Foundation, Davis, CA Published in Nutrients 2016, 8(8), 446 (This article belongs to the Special Issue Dairy Products and Human Health) Click here to see full publication Abstract: Observational studies … Continue reading

California Dairy Industry Leads in Resilient, Sustainable Food Systems

The California dairy industry is leading the way in producing sustainable food. Producing 42.3 billion pounds of milk in 2014 (more than one-fifth of the nationwide total), California dairy producers have become an integral part of sustainable food systems: repurposing … Continue reading

Probiotics Just Passing Through

Twenty years ago, the conventional wisdom was that colonization is a requirement for probiotics. In vitro cell culture assays were considered evidence of colonization. Once human feeding trials were conducted, strain-specific assays showed that probiotics were recovered at most for … Continue reading

Dairy Foods and Dairy Proteins in the Management of Type 2 Diabetes: A Systematic Review of the Clinical Evidence

Published in: Advances in Nutrition AN INTERNATIONAL REVIEW JOURNAL Click here to see full publication Abstract Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is a growing public health concern affecting hundreds of millions of people worldwide and costing the global economy hundreds … Continue reading