New Processing of Dairy Milk Yields Drug Delivery Vehicles

New Processing of Dairy Milk Yields Drug Delivery Vehicles

Exosomes are small, membrane-enclosed vesicles produced by cells that can withstand digestion and pass the blood brain barrier. Pharmaceutical industries have a strong interest in exploring exosomes as drug delivery vehicles. Dairy milk contains a high concentration...
Bring Back the Fat in Dairy

Bring Back the Fat in Dairy

To limit saturated fat intake, the most recent edition of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans advises eating low-fat and non-fat versions of dairy foods. A growing body of scientific research suggests dairy fats can have positive effects on heart health and the risk...

More Dairy Means Lower Cardiovascular Disease Globally

by Anna Petherick in SPLASH!® milk science update: January 2019 Issue For many years, researchers have been gathering and analyzing different sources of data to figure out definitively whether consuming dairy products has a net positive or net negative influence on...

Dairy Fat Is Not Associated with Heart Disease

by Ross Tellam in SPLASH!® milk science update: September 2018 Issue The defense attorney summed up. “The prosecution’s case against dairy fat’s alleged health misdeeds is flawed and circumstantial. The flimsy forensic evidence does not stand up to repeated scientific...