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Benefits of Dairy for Cyclists

Does milk—and its product spin-offs—really do a body good? Absolutely, if you know what and how much to consume. —Liz Applegate, PhD.
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Dairy makes a good diet better when combined with other nutritious foods—milk added to whole-grain breakfast cereal, yogurt mixed with fresh fruit and nuts, kefir blended into pancake batter, or Greek-style yogurt stirred into soup. One cup of dairy contains 30 percent of your daily calcium and vitamin D needs, 25 percent of the daily value of riboflavin (a vitamin essential for the growth and repair of body tissues), and more than 10 percent of your daily potassium requirement.
 


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