Dairy Fats May Reduce Diabetes and Obesity Risk

by Reshma Anand on  April 7, 2016 at 6:42 PM Diet & Nutrition News   - G J E 4
At a stage where people have started adopting to skimmed milk and low-fat dairy products, two new studies suggest that eating full-fat dairy foods instead of their low-fat or non-fat counterparts may help cut the risk for diabetes and obesity.
Dairy Fats May Reduce Diabetes and Obesity Risk
Dairy Fats May Reduce Diabetes and Obesity Risk

The first study conducted by Tufts researchers showed that risk of diabetes reduced by 46% among people who consumed full-fat dairy products. The study was published in the journal Circulation, where the authors looked at biomarkers in blood to predict the effects of full-fat dairy products on diabetes. Another study conducted among 18,000 middle-age women showed that obesity risk decreased by 8% among women who consumed high-fat dairy products.

‘Eating richer dairy products may help reduce diabetes and obesity risk.’
Since the studies are in very early stages, authors suggest that dairy fats may play a vital role in reducing the risk of diabetes and obesity. Therefore, it is always best to include two-three portions of dairy regularly in the diet as it is considered to be one of the important part of a balanced diet.

Source: Medindia

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