Friday, May 27, 2016



A new study from Harvard University shows that a particular type of fat called palmitoleic acid, mainly in dairy products, the rich, such as whey protein can reduce a person's risk of developing diabetes.

 The study was funded by the National Institutes of Health have discovered one of the most powerful positive effects of a specific nutrient in the risk of diabetes to date. Researchers from Harvard University found that people with high levels of fatty acids in the blood were three times lower risk of developing diabetes over time than people with low levels.

 Also, people had higher levels of â € € œgoodâ HDL cholesterol, if they consumed more fat. According to Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian, lead researcher in the study, researchers have known something, something in dairy-based products such as whey protein, were associated with lower levels of obesity, more muscular and lower rates of diabetes, and this specific type of fat can be part of this page.

 A scientific study was very large, which makes it important discovery, with more than 3,500 members and covers 20 years in total, where they followed the participants, the study found that those who consumed large volumes were 60% lower risk of developing diabetes by compared with those that had the lowest levels. The findings have been accepted in the scientific journal Annals of Medicine, to appear at the end of the December issue for physicians and other scientists.

 The next step for researchers is to isolate the particular fat, palmitoleic acid, and test their effects in direct studies, where they add it in the diet of individuals. Until this research is done the exact way in which the particular fat reduces the risk of diabetes is not known. Until that time, researchers have noted that there is substantial evidence linking the consumption of low-fat milk with increased health and reducing obesity and diabetes.

 Products that are extremely rich in milk-based protein and this particular fatty acids, such as whey protein is very good products to include in the general healthy eating. This study, according to Dr. Mazaffarian, shows an extremely powerful protective effect that dairy-based products can have on people's health.
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