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It's time to reconsider low-dairy diets, new study suggests

Melanie Wong | Sep 3, 201811:01 PM     7

" . . . The researchers found the consumption of any kind of dairy to be associated with a 2 percent lower risk of death from any cause, while the consumption of a dairy diet of mostly cheese was associated with an 8 percent lower total mortality risk. The risk of death from a stroke was 4 percent lower with total dairy consumption and 7 percent lower with the consumption of milk alone. . . "

The study spawned this op-ed in the Washington Post, "EAT CHEESE LIVE FOREVER EAT CHEESE NEVER DIE".
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/o...

Its time to reconsider lowdairy diets, new study suggests

Cheese and yogurt were found to protect against death from any cause, and also against death from cerebrovascular causes, like stroke.

www.nbcnews.com
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