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Full Text Introduction The implementation of an appropriate diet is part of the integral treatment of digestive disorders. The majority of patients with gastrointestinal diseases associate their symptoms with dietary elements and they often seek nutritional advice as part of their medical consultation.
Dairy products, especially milk, yogurt, and cheese, are the main sources of calcium and high biological value proteins in the diet of industrialized countries. A diet without dairy products complicates reaching the daily recommended intake of some of those elements. For example, inadequate calcium consumption has consistently been identified in large groups of the population, despite consensus recommendations to increase its ingestion. They evaluated the evidence, formulated questions about the current state of the designated theme and discussed and answered them in mutual agreement.
The aim of the present review was to produce a technical opinion to serve as a frame of reference for supporting the recommendation of milk and milk product consumption in the daily nutrition of the adult and older adult.
Milk and dairy products as food during the pediatric stage of development were not addressed. The search included all articles in English and Spanish published within the time frame of July to July Preference was given to consensuses, guidelines, systematic reviews, and meta-analyses, but not exclusively. Complementary online and manual searches for all publications up to July that the coordinators considered relevant were also conducted.
The bibliography of the selected citations was made available to the working group for consultation throughout the entire process. Once the review was completed, twenty-five questions on different themes were formulated. The final results of said review are described below. The legal designation of milk and the classification and nutritional profile of cow's milk According to the NOMSSA, the official Mexican standard, milk is designated as the natural secretion from the mammary glands of healthy cows or any other animal species, excluding colostrum.