If they cooked up a drug that could cut heart risk by 14 percent, you can bet they’d be shoving it down our throats within the week. Because while that number may sound modest at first, it’s actually HUGE.
Because if we were able to cut the risk of heart disease by 14 percent across the entire nation, that would save nearly 100,000 lives EVERY SINGLE YEAR. So yeah, that 14 percent is actually a big deal.
And that’s what I have for you today… a huge deal. And one that SHOULD get a ton of attention. But it won’t.
You see, it’s not a drug with a big-money marketing campaign behind it. Instead, this white liquid is something simple, readily available, and incredibly cheap.
The only problem? You’ve been told to avoid it.
The dairy aisle secret to LOWER heart risk
Back in the good old days, nothing was considered more wholesome than a tall, cool glass of milk. Heck, it was practically as American as fireworks on the Fourth of July. And it was considered the perfect side to that all-American slice of apple pie.
But then the health police moved onto the scene. They misinterpreted some research, and the rest is history. They demonizing anything with fat, reserving the most hate for the saturated variety.
Suddenly, full-fat whole milk wasn’t wholesome anymore.
And while they gave permission to drink pale, watery, and gross skim, most folks gagged and gave up on milk. Sure, you might still buy some skim milk to splash into coffee or use on cereal. But hardly anyone drinks milk by the mugful anymore.
Well, my friend, it’s time to think about turning back the clock to reclaim the old-fashioned glass of milk. And not just for the kids, either. Folks of all ages, especially seniors, might want to give milk another look.
Because as you’ve probably guessed, delicious creamy milk might be the secret to slashing your risk of heart disease. As new research confirms once again drinking milk – even the WHOLE MILK that’s been the victim of this misguided massive smear campaign – could deliver that benefit.
Make it milk to dodge chronic disease
The study finds regular milk drinking is linked to a 14 percent plunge in the odds of developing coronary heart disease. But wait, that’s not all. The same research found milk drinking is associated with an 11 percent lower risk of type 2 diabetes.
Those aren’t just percentages, either. Remember, those numbers represent REAL people like you and me spared the nightmare of a lifetime of chronic disease.
More importantly, they represent LIVES that can be saved. Yet the mainstream still treats milk – especially full-fat whole milk – as if it’s dangerous.
They’re going to run out of excuses pretty soon because the new study found something else about milk. Despite containing all that fat… especially saturated fat… it likely won’t raise your cholesterol levels. In fact, it may LOWER them. Plus, milk is packed with essential proteins and amino acids.
The only potential negative the study found was that milk drinkers tend to weigh slightly more than non-drinkers. Not exactly a huge price to pay for such enormous benefits.
Besides, I’m not entirely convinced of that finding yet. Other studies have shown that drinking moo juice can make you feel full faster, so you end up eating LESS.
Really, though, the best reason of all to put whole milk back on the menu is simple. It tastes GREAT. And it’s far better in coffee… especially my favorite iced variety… than skim milk.
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