Individuals who drank more than two servings of milk per day had a lower rate of major cardiovascular disease, CV mortality, stroke, non-CV mortality and total mortality, compared with those who did not drink milk, according to a study in The Lancet. The findings, based on data from 136,384 people in 21 countries, ages 35 to 70, revealed a similar rate of myocardial infarction between those who had high milk consumption and those who did not consume milk.
Lower CVD rates, mortality associated with daily milk consumption
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