By: Rachel Bonachea
In this episode of Ask a Nutritionist, Ashley Rosales, RDN, addresses the role of milk and dairy foods in plant-based eating patterns through the lens of sustainable nutrition. Rosales explains how milk and dairy foods provide a unique package of nutrients that close nutrient gaps that exist among Americans while offering unique health benefits such as supporting optimal health and development in children.
Are milk and dairy foods part of the solution to nourishing a growing population expected to reach 10 billion by 2050? Tune in to find out! Do you have questions about sustainable nutrition or the role of milk and dairy foods in healthy eating patterns?
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