Dairy products don’t raise heart attack risk

Dairy products don’t raise heart attack risk LONDON: Cheese and butter eaters worry no more as researchers found that eating dairy products do not raise the risk of heart attack.

The nutritionists examined thousands of old-aged people and came to know that even those who ate more than half a kilo of cheese did not put them under increased risk.

Things like milk and cheese are very complex substance, explained researcher Stella Aslibekyan from Brown University, Rhode Island, where the study was carried out.

The study suggested that nutrients like calcium, vitamin D and potassium present in the dairy products may protect against heart disease for all but those who ate the most of them.

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