It has been almost a decade that Australians have started using low-fat milk, instead of full-cream. Majority have switched over due to increasing waistlines and weight.
Full-cream fat has always been linked to increasing problem of obesity, type-2 diabetes and also other heart ailments. Hence, dietary guidelines proposed that a balanced diet should include low-fat milk and yogurt.
It has been suggested that the recommended dietary plan includes proper nutrition and calcium required to meet the demands of the body and also less saturated fat, which is in abundance in case of full cream milk.
However, conclusions of an international review suggest something different from what has been believed since the past many years.
The review has been recently published in European Journal of Nutrition. Its researchers said, “In contrast to the prevailing scientific and public sentiment, dairy fat consumption is not typically associated with an increased risk of weight gain, cardiovascular disease or type-2 diabetes”.
Researchers considered the findings of other 16 international studies, out of which 11 concluded that dairy fat was instead linked with lower body fat levels and it helped maintain weight for long-term, that is the body won’t gain weight for long time. However, it has been also highlighted that further studies need to be carried out in the matter.
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