Skimmed Milk: Study Finds People Who Eat More Full-Fat Dairy Less Likely To Develop Diabetes
As most people grow up drinking skimmed milk, let me tell you that this is basically the milk that is more or less mixed with water with few splash of milk on it. Well, yes this is a hard fact about skimmed milk but this is true in facts.
There are thousands and thousands of people who drink down skimmed milk because it helps to save them 40 calories which are more or less equal to 2 per cent. However, there was a recent study which suggested that you should not be taking skimmed milk instead of low fats as it is not good for you.
A separate study published in February looked at dairy consumption in more than 18,000 normal-weight women over 45 and found that, after 11 years, about 8,200 of them became overweight or obese. A woman who ate low-fat dairy weight much less than another woman.
A co-author of the Circulation study from Tufts University says the government agencies which put out the Dietary Guidelines need to get their collective head on straight. “I think these findings together with those from other studies do call for a change in the policy of recommending only low-fat dairy products,” Dariush Mozaffarian, Ph.D., told Time. “There is no prospective human evidence that people who eat low-fat dairy do better than people who eat whole-fat dairy.”
A recent study says that people who were on more fat dietary food were on a lesser chance to have diabetes on a 15-year basis. Even when researchers controlled for weight gain, eating full-fat dairy was still linked to a lower risk of diabetes.