Low-fat dairy tied to higher risk of Parkinson's disease
from USA Today
Eating higher amounts of low-fat dairy could increase the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, according to a recent large-scale study. Those who consume three servings or more of low-fat dairy a day carried a 34 percent higher risk of developing the disease compared to those who consumed less than one serving. No such link exists with full-fat dairy, researchers found. What’s more, drinking more than a serving of skim or low-fat milk each day coincided with a 39 percent higher risk compared with drinking less than one serving per week.
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