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Health & Fitness Drinking low-fat milk 'significantly slows down ageing process'

20:05  16 january  2020
20:05  16 january  2020 Source:   covermg.com

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Drinking low-fat milk could help to significantly slow down the ageing process, according to new research.

A team of experts from Brigham Young University conducted a study which examined the relationship between the length of telomeres, which act as a biological clock for human chromosomes, and milk intake frequency, and they discovered that those who consume non-fat or one per cent versions of the popular dairy product experienced several years less biological ageing than those who drank milk that was two per cent fat or higher.

Professor Larry Tucker was stunned by the findings and issued a stark warning to those who regularly consumed high-fat milk.

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Drinking low - fat milk is significantly linked with less aging in adults. “It was surprising how strong the difference was, if you’re going to drink high- fat milk , you should be aware that doing so is predictive of or related to some significant consequences,” said study researcher Larry Tucker from

"It was surprising how strong the difference was. If you're going to drink high-fat milk, you should be aware that doing so is predictive of or related to some significant consequences," he said.

Nearly half of the participants consumed milk daily, with around 25 per cent drinking milk on a weekly basis. A third of the adults reported drinking full-fat milk, with 30 per cent drinking two per cent fat, 10 per cent of participants consuming one per cent milk, and 17 per cent preferring non-fat milk. Around 13 per cent did not drink any cows' milk.

The team discovered that the more high-fat milk people consumed, the shorter their telomeres were, and for every one per cent increase in milk fat, telomeres aged by an additional four years.

"Milk is probably the most controversial food in our country," Tucker explained. "It's not a bad thing to drink milk. You should just be more aware of what type of milk you are drinking."

The study was published in Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity.

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