5 Benefits of Eating Full-Fat Dairy Backed by Science
Fat (and full-fat dairy in particular) doesn’t make you fat. In fact, according to a number of studies it can even make you leaner. For example, a review published in the European Journal of Nutrition in 2013 found that people who eat full-fat dairy tend to be leaner than those who chose low-fat versions. And this is not the only study proving that full-fat products are good for your health and weight.
Here are five major benefits of eating full-fat milk, yogurt, cheese and ice-cream:
- Easier weight loss.
- A lower risk of diabetes.
- A healthier heart.
- A calmer digestive tract.
- Lower sugar intake.
More information about eating dairy and studies proving these benefits are here.
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