These products will reduce the risk of premature death and heart disease

14 September, 2018, 13:14 | Author: Sherman Richardson
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According to lead author Dr Mahshid Dehghan, a senior research associate in the Department of Medicine at McMaster University, this study refutes advice that states low-fat dairy is good for the heart.

The study revealed, among others, that those who consume at least three servings of dairy foods per day present lower mortality risks and reduced possibilities of developing cardiovascular diseases.

The observational see became as soon as in accordance to files from about 136,000 adults who took share within the Prospective Urban Rural Epidemiology (PURE) see, which unruffled weight loss program and successfully being files from folks in 21 worldwide locations on 5 continents.

Scientists at the McMaster University (Canada) set the number of servings of dairy products reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases and premature death. "This study suggests dairy consumption may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease in low and middle income countries, but this was not the case for those with higher incomes comparable to the United Kingdom", said the chief nutritionist at PHE, Dr Alison Tedstone.

A large global study has found that people who consume full-fat dairy have lower rates of cardiovascular disease and mortality than those who do not. The researchers are now performing another analysis of the data, one looking at the association between dairy and cardiometabolic risk factors, and they have observed significantly lower blood pressure among those who consumed more dairy, she said.

Higher intake of milk and yoghurt (above 1 serving per day) was associated with lower rates of the composite outcome, which combines total mortality and cardiovascular disease (milk: 6.2% vs 8.7%; yoghurt: 6.5% vs 8.4%), compared to no consumption. A new large study however, has now shown that full-fat dairy and dairy products may be more beneficial for the heart.

Many newspapers focussed on the fact that the study found better outcomes in people consuming more than two servings per day of whole-fat dairy compared to those consuming less than half a serving.

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When compared with individuals who ate no dairy at all, those who consumed more than two servings per day had a significant 16% lower risk of death or major cardiovascular events, report investigators.

The results are in stark contrast to current dietary guidelines which recommend two to four daily servings of fat-free or low-fat dairy and minimising whole-fat dairy products. Milk, yogurt and cheese products were categorized by whole-fat and low-fat. The recommendation to consume low-fat dairy is based on the presumed harms of saturated fats on a single cardiovascular risk marker.

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"Consumption of dairy products, should not be discouraged and perhaps even be encouraged in low and middle-income countries where dairy consumption is low."

". But they also point out that evidence suggests some saturated fats may be beneficial to cardiovascular health. "Last year, we published results from PURE showing that saturated fat was inversely associated with mortality. The other point is that dairy has many other beneficial components-calcium, magnesium, amino acids, vitamin K-and the net effect of dairy should be considered, not just the saturated fat content".

"The association between dairy consumption and cardiovascular disease is still inconclusive", Dr Jimmy Chun Yu Louie and Dr Anna M Rangan add in a linked comment to the article, noting that there is "no need to change dairy food dietary guidelines yet".

That said, people should stick to low-fat dairy, she advised.

"Full-fat products are still high in calories and, like everything else, can cause weight gain if eaten to excess". "We're saying moderate consumption, regardless of fat, is safe", she said.

The findings are consistent with previous meta-analyses of observational studies and randomised trials, according to the researchers.

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