Tufts University scientists analyzed 3,333 adults over 15 years and found those who had higher levels of whole-fat dairy were 46 per cent less likely to develop diabetes than those who has lower levels.Read More
Jay Lynch adds: It frustrates me when I hear an announcement like this, that “full-fat dairy reduces risk of diabetes,” but it’s not that I don’t like the information. It just seems sometimes what was known to be bad before is proven to not be bad now. Like caffeine or butter or sugar or salt. All things in moderation.
I think we will continue to see more discoveries like this as a result of technological advancements. We live in exciting times that are full of surprises, and I believe a relaxed attitude of wonderment will prevent a lot of anxiety that can result from rapid change.