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    According to statistics, people who eat more than average cheeses, cottage cheese, and other dairy products are 23 percent less likely to suffer from diabetes.

    A study presented at the annual meeting of the European Association for the study of diabetes in Vienna shows that if a person eats more than eight servings of dairy products a day, it reduces the likelihood of diabetes by 23 percent compared to those who eat one or no servings – these data were obtained by Ulrika Erikson and her colleagues from Lund University Diabetes Centre (LUDC) (Sweden).

    There is a common theory that to prevent diabetes, you should give up animal fats in favor of vegetable ones. Meanwhile, some epidemiological studies show that high consumption of dairy products may, on the contrary, protect against diabetes.

    The Swedish authors analyzed information on 26,930 patients aged 45 to 74 years, collected over 14 years.

    Taking into account gender, age, total calories consumed, physical activity, smoking, and alcohol consumption, as well as other factors, scientists modeled the dependence of diabetes risk on the amount of dairy products consumed.

    It turned out that, all other things being equal, the more dairy products, the lower the risk of diabetes. To understand what is meant by "portions", you will have to delve into the standards of dietetics, because for each product, a portion is its own: for example, a portion of cream is one tablespoon (30 ml), and a portion of milk is a glass or cup (200 ml).

    Interestingly, the authors could not find such a preventive effect for fat-free products.

    The authors conclude that in terms of preventing insulin resistance and diabetes, fatty dairy products will be more useful than other animal products.



    Dairy fat helps prevent heart disease and strokes

    A multi-year study brought together professionals from several research centers in the United States. To study the effect of dairy fat on cardiovascular disease and the risk of death, scientists surveyed more than 2,900 elderly people over 65 years of age.

    For 22 years, researchers monitored the levels of three main fatty acids that enter the body with dairy products.

    Researchers have determined that high levels of heptadecanoic acid are associated with a lower risk of death from heart disease. In addition, dairy fat, according to scientists, helps reduce the likelihood of stroke by 42%.


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