High dairy intake during teenage years is tied to lower diabetes risk

08/9/2011 | FarmOnline.com.au (Australia)

Researchers at Harvard School of Public Health found that women with high consumption of dairy foods when they were teenagers had a 38% reduced risk of developing type 2 diabetes during middle age compared with those who had a low dairy food intake. They also reported in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition that those with high dairy intake during their teen years had the least amount of weight gain during adulthood.

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