Milk, dairy products and consumer health: a short review
Givens, D. I. (2010) Milk, dairy products and consumer health: a short review. Royal Agricultural Society of England Journal, 171. pp. 21-25. ISSN 0080-4134
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There appears to be a large mis-match between (1) the advice given on milk/dairy foods by various authorities, (2) public perceptions of harm from the consumption of milk and dairy products and, (3) the evidence from long-term prospective cohort studies. These studies provide convincing evidence that increased consumption of milk can lead to reductions in the risk of vascular disease and possibly some cancers and provide an overall survival advantage. The volume of evidence available for milk products such as cheese and butter is however surprisingly limited and too small to come to any clear conclusions as to their effects on health.
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