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5/26/21

Drink a glass of milk daily to reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke by 14%; It keeps cholesterol under control

British researchers claim: Drink a glass of milk daily to reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke by 14%; It keeps cholesterol under control





Drink a glass of milk every day to reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke by 14%. Drinking a glass of milk every day lowers cholesterol levels. This lowers the risk of heart disease. As the level of cholesterol in the body rises, blockage in the arteries begins. As a result, the risk of heart attack and stroke increases. This claim has been made by the researchers of the University of Reading in England in their research.

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Research on 2 million people
According to the researchers, research was done on 2 million people in Britain and America who drink milk every day. Research has shown that there are fewer cases of heart disease in such people.

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Reading University researcher Prof. According to Vimal Karni, during the research, we found out that the genes of people who drink milk have changed. His BMI (body mass index) was high but his bad cholesterol level was low. Dairy products have proven to be beneficial for health.

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This was due to a mutation in the lactose gene
. According to Vimal, people who had genetic mutations had a lower risk of heart disease. According to the research report, drinking milk showed a change in the lactose gene. This gene works to digest the sugar that reaches the body through milk. These altered genes are beneficial to humans.

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