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Whole Fat Dairy and Lowered Diabetes Risk

Whole Fat Dairy and Lowered Diabetes Risk

Whole Fat Dairy and Lowered Diabetes Risk

The following is an article talking about the skewed research and the true research related to fat consumption and health risk.  Very few research articles have been published about the health risks of fat, with more showing the health benefits.  When fat is taken out of dairy, the nutrients associated with that are stripped, leaving only carbohydrates.  Eating fat-free and low-fat dairy products can actually increase risk for blood sugar abnormalities and diabetes risk among other chronic disease.

Diets high in good fat and protein can lead to weight loss.

If you tolerate dairy, consuming it can be beneficial for your health.

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Dr. Samantha Du Moulin supports a whole foods diet that is high in fat, protein, and low in carbohydrates.

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