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  • Lactose decreases weight gain and body fat in rats on a high-fat diet

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    Tuesday, December 18, 2007 7:39 am Email this article
    Rats fed a high-fat diet gained less weight and less body fat when lactose (milk sugar) was added to their diet according to a new study from researchers at Japan Women's University in Tokyo. Bone Density

    Bone density higher in rats given lactose

    They also found that bone density was higher in the rats given lactose, and, surprisingly, found that levels of vitamin D3 were 74 percent lower than in rats on a high-fat diet alone.



    Comment: Lactose might be another factor in milk besides the calcium that has an effect on weight

    Although far from conclusive, some studies on humans have suggested that calcium from milk might help to prevent weight gain or possibly increase weight loss. (I am skeptical about any claims that milk or calcium can cause weight loss, however, I believe that it might help to prevent weight gain.)

    This study suggests that the lactose in milk might also be a factor.


    Goseki-Sone M, Maruyama R, Sogabe N, Hosoi T. Effects of dietary lactose on long-term high-fat-diet-induced obesity in rats. Obesity (Silver Spring). 2007 Nov, 15(11):2605-13.


    Masae Goseki-Sone
    Division of Nutrition
    Department of Food and Nutrition
    Japan Women’s University
    2-8-1 Mejirodai
    Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-8681, Japan
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