How to live longer: A creamy food could lower high blood sugar and blood pressure

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This means the questionnaires rely on people’s memory being accurate.

“Changes in metabolic syndrome weren’t measured over time, all of which may have influenced the findings,” the researchers stated.

Nevertheless, the researchers said if their findings were “confirmed in sufficiently large and long-term trials”, then the following would apply.

“Increasing dairy consumption may represent a feasible and low-cost approach to reducing [metabolic syndrome], hypertension, diabetes, and ultimately cardiovascular disease events worldwide.”



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