EAT DAIRY; IT'S GOOD FOR YOU
A subsequent study will probably soon report contrary findings but for the moment dairy products have more nutritional pros than cons:
Some 4,374 UK children from a 1930s study were traced 65 years later by researchers in Bristol and Queensland.Dairy's link to cancer is also iffy. Go for the full cream products; that's where the flavour is.
They found those who had had high dairy and calcium intakes as children had been protected against stroke and other causes of death, journal Heart reports.
Despite dairy containing artery furring fat and cholesterol, high consumption did not raise the heart disease risk.