Study: Full-Fat Milk Could Cut Risk of Stroke, Heart Attack

Author: Administrator | July 17, 2018


Study: Full-Fat Milk Could Cut Risk of Stroke, Heart Attack

Consuming dairy products such as milk and cheese could cut the risk of heart disease and stroke, according to a study that challenged the commonly held belief that dairy is harmful.

In addition, people with higher levels of fatty acids, which the researchers believe may have stemmed from their consumption of dairy products, had a 42 percent lower risk of dying from stroke. 

Read more about the University of Texas School of Public Health's study.


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