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Cheese doesn't raise risk of heart attack or stroke, study finds
08:22, 12 May 2017, 559
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AKIPRESS.COM - Consuming cheese, milk and yoghurt – even full-fat versions – does not increase the risk of a heart attack or stroke, according to research that challenges the widely held belief that dairy products can damage health.

The findings, from an international team of experts, contradict the view that dairy products can be harmful because of their high saturated fat content. The experts dismiss that fear as “a misconception [and] mistaken belief”.

The results come from a new meta-analysis of 29 previous studies of whether dairy products increase the risk of death from any cause and from either serious heart problems or cardiovascular disease.

The study concluded that such foodstuffs did not raise the risk of any of those events and had a “neutral” impact on human health.


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