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Dairy & heart disease

Dietary recommendations advise a general reduction in fat intake and in particular a reduction in saturates. Foods such as milk, which provide some fat, and for which lower-fat alternatives exist, are often singled out in that advice. This might lead to the assumption that a direct link has been shown between milk intake and heart disease, but this is not the case.

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published date 01 January 2008

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Dietary recommendations advise a general reduction in fat intake and in particular a reduction in saturates. Foods such as milk, which provide some fat, and for which lower-fat alternatives exist, are often singled out in that advice. This might lead to the assumption that a direct link has been shown between milk intake and heart disease, but this is not the case.

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