A study in BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care found that the consumption of at least two to three daily servings of dairy was associated with an 11% to 14% reduced risk of high blood pressure and diabetes, with a stronger association seen for full-fat dairy than low-fat dairy. The findings also revealed that the risk for metabolic syndrome was 24% lower with two daily servings of total dairy -- and 28% lower with two daily servings of full-fat dairy -- compared with no daily dairy intake.
Daily dairy intake may lower high BP, diabetes risk
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