White House asked to challenge WHO dairy recommendations

Dairy groups say WHO guidance document wrongly portrays milk and dairy products as obstacles rather than building blocks for proper nutrition.

The U.S. dairy industry urged the White House to challenge a World Health Organization (WHO) proposal that would discourage the consumption of dairy products by young children — advice that contradicts the recommendations of respected national and global health organizations that endorse milk for its nutritional value, dairy groups said.

Dairy foods are doctor recommended, but the bureaucrats at WHO are about to overturn decades of sound nutrition and medical advice, the National M

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