For nearly a millennium, clinicians, consumers, coaches, and competitors contended that the consumption of dairy products contributes to a variety of respiratory difficulties. A cursory assessment of current beliefs among physicians, athletes, and those with asthma, indicates that more than 50% uphold the position that milk consumption makes mucus despite the lack of direct evidence (Thiara and Goldman, 2012; Lee and Dozor, 2004; Woods et al., 1996; Arney and Pinnock, 1993).

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