A new study finds that the dairy fats found in milk, yogurt and cheese may help protect against Type 2 diabetes.“Peoplewho had the most dairy fat in their diet had about a 50 percent lower risk of diabetes” compared with people who consumed the least dairy fat, says , dean of the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University, who is also an author of the study. Other studies have shown that people who consume more high fat milk, butter and cream are significantly less likely to become obese over a 12 year period. So, in other words, the butter and whole-milk eaters did better at keeping the pounds off. In addition, a ––which included data from 16 observational studies — also found evidence that high-fat dairy was associated with a lower risk of obesity.
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