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Dairy and Health: The Evidence Explained

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The Dairy Council is hosting a series of study days with the experts on dairy, nutrition and health, across Great Britain throughout June for health professionals and health writers with an interest in nutrition and the latest developments in dairy and health.

The study days will provide insights into hot topics on dairy, nutrition and health including:

  • dairy and cardiometabolic health,

  • dairy and obesity,

  • dairy and healthy ageing (muscle and bone health).

The Dairy Council will distribute a series of new reports and factsheets for health professionals at each event.

There will be opening lectures on the latest evidence around saturated fat, dairy and cardiometabolic health and obesity followed by an afternoon session on healthy ageing with expert discussion. Confirmed speakers include:

  • Professor Ian Givens (Birmingham, Cardiff, London)

  • Professor Julie Lovegrove (London)

  • Professor John Cockcroft (Cardiff)

  • Professor Berit Heitmann (Glasgow, Newcastle, Birmingham, London)

  • Dr Javier Gonzalez (Newcastle, Cardiff, London)

  • Dr Anestis Dougkas (Liverpool, Birmingham)

  • Dr Tom Hill (Glasgow, Newcastle, Liverpool, Birmingham, London)

  • Professor Craig Sale (Cardiff)

  • Dr Leigh Breen (Glasgow, Newcastle, Liverpool, Birmingham)

  • Benoit Smeuninx (Cardiff, London)

These events are endorsed for CPD by The Association for Nutrition and will take place on the following dates at various locations, (please click on the link to find out more or to book your place):

Thursday 15th June: Liverpool

Friday 16th June: Birmingham

Tuesday 20th June: Cardiff

Friday 23rd June: London

Alternatively contact for further information or assistance.

Please note: students are welcome to attend this event, however, places for students are limited may be asked to go on a waiting list.

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