For patients who need to reduce calories and fat for health purposes, dairy is often toward the top of the list. Switching to skim milk and low-fat cheese can help trim waists and reduce health risks, but some don’t like the taste of low-calorie products. As a result, people may be consuming less dairy and therefore not enjoying the health benefits its calcium brings.

A new study may move consumers back toward regular dairy. Published in the European Journal of Epidemiology, the study revealed that dairy consumption doesn’t increase a person’s risk of heart attack or stroke, even when someone chooses the full-fat versions of dairy products. The study specifically addresses the popular misconception that dairy products are unhealthy and should be avoided.

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