How Dairy Can Increase Risk Of Parkinson's Disease
Low-fat dairy consumption at least three servings everyday, is associated with a greater risk of developing Parkinson's disease compared to consuming less than one serving a day, according to a large study. Dairy relates to all milk and milk-related products like cheese, butter, margarine, yogurt, cream, ice cream and sherbet.
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