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Full Fat Dairy & Diabetes Shock October 16, 2014

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Full-Fat Dairy Products May Protect Against Type 2 Diabetes

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For years we have been told that a low-fat diet, and in particular the avoidance of saturated fats, will reduce the risks of both type 2 diabetes and its most important complication, heart disease. But recent research has shown that not all saturated fats are equal and that those in dairy products could actually help to prevent type 2 diabetes.

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A new study at the University of Cambridge examined the relationship between blood levels of nine different saturated fatty acids and the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in later life.1 From an analysis of data on 340,234 European adults, 12,403 of whom developed type 2 diabetes, they found that one group of saturated fatty acids was associated with a lower risk of this condition, while other saturated fatty acids were associated with a higher risk.

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#4. Tackle Your Inflammation – Dairy June 23, 2014

Filed under: Health,Nutrition — jax allen @ 10:55 pm
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Pro-inflammatory Agent: As much as 60% of the world’s population can’t digest milk. In fact, researchers think that being able to digest milk beyond infancy is abnormal, rather than the other way round. Milk is also a common allergen that can trigger inflammatory responses, such as stomach distress, constipation, diarrhea, skin rashes, acne, hives and breathing difficulties in susceptible people.

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Find them in: Milk and dairy products are as pervasive as foods containing partially hydrogenated oil or omega-3-deficient vegetable oil. Apart from obvious milk products like butter and cheese, foods with hidden dairy content include breads, cookies, crackers, cakes, cream sauces and boxed cereals. Scanning the ingredients list is still the safest way to suss out milk.
ns in the milk have been broken down by beneficial bacteria and/or yeasts.

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Inflammation -dousing Substitute: Kefir and unsweetened yogurt are acceptable in moderation for those who aren’t allergic to milk. they’re easier on the stomach as the lactose and protei