Study: Donkey's milk reduces weight, fat in tested rats

05/26/2011 | Daily Mail (London), The

A study presented at the International Congress on Obesity in Istanbul found that rats fed with donkey's milk gained less weight, had reduced blood fat levels and turned food into energy at faster rates than those on a cow's milk diet. High levels of omega-3 acids and calcium in donkey's milk have beneficial effects on the heart and may also aid in trimming larger waistlines, experts said.

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