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    Default Research Suggests A Diet Rich In Dairy Fat May Lower The Risk Of Heart Disease

    Donna Lu
    September 22 2021

    Study’s lead author says evidence shows ‘type of dietary fat, or the source of dietary fat, is actually more important than the amount’

    A higher consumption of dairy fat may be linked to a lower risk of cardiovascular disease, according to new research that suggests choosing full-fat dairy options is no worse for heart health.

    The study, from an international team of experts, challenges the view that full-fat dairy products, such as cheese, yoghurt and milk, should be avoided because of their high saturated fat content.

    Researchers assessed dairy fat intake in 4,150 Swedish 60-year-olds by measuring the blood concentration of certain fatty acids that are found in dairy foods.

    Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/science/...-heart-disease

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    Default Re: Research Suggests A Diet Rich In Dairy Fat May Lower The Risk Of Heart Disease

    Dairy fat should be a good thing, especially if it is derived from grass fed, A2/A2 dairy stock. http://a2a2milk.com/ . Here is a good example (NOT SPAM) of a local Weston A. Price supported A2 dairy farm appx a half hour from where I live. https://www.realmilk.com/farm-direct...arm-dairy-llc/

    However, my own health concern is too much calcium. From what I understand, the higher the dairy fat content, the less problematic the calcium content, but it still needs to be limited by people with vascular calcification issues. Even leafy greens as a "safe" source of calcium can be problematic for some people due to the high oxalate content. EDIT: As an example, I use ghee (clarified butter) instead of butter due to it's non/negligible calcium content: https://www.livestrong.com/article/3...foods-calcium/

    And then there is this 75 minute video lecture by Dr Thomas Levy, "Death By Calcium" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ed5LqFV1qss

    Last edited by grulla; 09-28-21 at 09:12 AM.

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