Full-fat dairy may reduce bowel cancer

10/12/2005 | DairyReporter.com (France)

High intake of conjugated linoleic acid, a fat found naturally in cow's milk, could be a factor in reducing the risk of bowel cancer, according to a new Swedish study. The report found middle-aged women who reported having the highest intake of whole milk, full-fat cultured milk, cheese, cream, sour cream, and butter during the late 1980s were nearly 30% less likely to have developed the cancer.

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