Drinking Milk Reduce Risk of Diabetes

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Health & Insurance----The habit of drinking milk can have long term effects on a woman's risk reduction of developing diabetes. For young women, diligent beneficial drinking milk reduces the risk of diabetes.

The latest study was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

In this study found teens who often drink milk proved to have 43 percent lower risk of developing the disease type 2 diabetes compared with teens who do not drink milk, as quoted from MedIndia, Monday (10/31/2011).

The research was conducted by Harvard University who studied the pattern of food intake including milk and milk products to more than 37,000 women and adolescent and adult health risks.

Known industrious women who drink milk and consume dairy products in her teenage years (about 4 servings per day) had a lower risk of type 2 diabetes compared to the low milk consumption.

This is because milk consumption during adolescence will retain its this habit into adulthood so having a healthy diet and weight are not overweight. And weight are known to be important risk factors in type 2 diabetes.

A second study conducted by Harvard University further strengthens the benefits of milk, especially as a source of protein. Researchers found the low-fat milk can be used to replace meat as a source of protein and reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes by 17 percent.

In this study known to a glass of fat-free milk provides 8 grams of high quality protein as well as eight other essential nutrients needed by the body including calcium, vitamin D and fewer calories.

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