Reduce Diabetes Risk With this Dairy MOO-ve
Sure, you can cut back on dairy like major “health” organizations always insist you should.
But, if you do, you won’t be doing your health any favors.
Regardless of what you’ve been told, dairy IS good for your heart. It’s good for your brain, too. Heck, dairy is EVEN good for your waistline!
And according to a recent study, it does wonders for your blood sugar levels, too.
But not all dairy is created equal.
Make the wrong choice, and you’ll end up paying a stiff price.
Researchers wanted to investigate a potential connection between animal products and type 2 diabetes.
Turns out, there was a link alright… just not in the way they expected.
After scouring four databases of studies to evaluate the existing science, here’s what they uncovered:
- Drinking about 7 ounces of milk per day was linked to a 10 percent reduced risk of type 2 diabetes.
- Consuming 7 ounces of total dairy per day was associated with a 5 percent reduced risk.
- And eating 3.5 ounces of yogurt per day was linked to a 6 percent reduced risk.
One impressive study from a few years ago showed that people who ate the most full-fat dairy had nearly a 50 percent lower risk of type 2 diabetes.
Kids who drink more whole milk are less likely to gain weight compared to those who choose skim milk.
And adults who eat the most FULL-fat dairy manage their weight better than those who don’t.
Why the paradox?
Well, the truth is it really isn’t a paradox at all.
You see, when you remove the fat from dairy (low-fat, reduced fat, 2%, etc.), you’re left with a sugar-laden food or drink that gets quickly absorbed into your bloodstream because the fat isn’t there to slow it down.
Dietary fat doesn’t pack on the pounds, but sugar sure does.
Nature provided us with the perfect food, and yet we keep thinking there’s something we can do to improve it.
That never works out for us in the end.
So you can eat dairy ‘til the cows come home… just make sure it’s in its most natural form possible.
P.S. Dairy does your heart good too. In fact, this “dairy trick” can cut your risk of a heart attack by 30 percent.
“Consumption of different animal-based foods and risk of type 2 diabetes: An umbrella review of meta-analyses of prospective studies,” Diabetes Research & Clinical Practice, Published: September 02, 2022, DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.diabres.2022.110071
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