Saturday, December 4, 2021

People who eat a lot of dairy diet have less heart disease.

Research suggests a Reduced risk of heart disease in people who consume a lot of dairies?

A new study suggests that people who consume more dairy fat — which is abundant in whole milk, yogurt, and cheese — may be less likely to develop heart disease than those who consume less dairy.

Researchers determined blood levels of fatty acid found primarily in dairy foods in 4,150 60-year-olds in Sweden, a country famous for its dairy-based foods. They discovered that individuals with the highest levels of fatty acid had the lowest risk of cardiovascular disease after an average of 16.6 years of follow-up. After combining the Swedish research results with comparable data from the United States, Denmark, and the United Kingdom, the study authors confirmed these findings. The study was published in the PLOS Medicine journal on September 21, 2021.

While the findings do not prove that dairy fat protects against cardiovascular disease, they do suggest that full-fat dairy products may be less harmful to heart health than initially assumed.

This is still a monitored research 



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