New Study Shows Exercise & Milk Build Better Muscle than Soy or Protein Shakes Dr. Robert Girandola has been a Professor of Kinesiology and Exercise Science at the University of Southern California more more than four decades. His research interests include nutrition and athletic performance. Dr. Girandola says exercise and eating the right foods can combat many of the health problems, and can actually help you fit into that bathing suit quicker. Dr. Girandola cites as an example a new study published this month in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition that finds cows milk twice as effective in rebuilding muscles as soymilk post workout. SOME OTHER SUGGESTIONS FOR BATHING SUIT Ģ Use a smaller plate and eat smaller portions Ģ For best results, combine regular aerobic training with strength training Ģ Eat protein as part of every meal and snack Ģ Decide to lead a lifestyle that supports your fitness, health & body profile Ģ Drink a glass of skim milk after vigorous exercise to replenish muscles For more information, visit http://gotmilk.com http://gotmilk.com More about Dr. Robert Girandola: Dr. Robert Girandola is Associate Professor in the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Southern California, USA. His primary research interests are in nutrition and performance, body composition methodology, and obesity and weight control. Dr. Girandola is currently researching the validation of bioimpedance techniques to measure body fat.