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These findings are in broad agreement with the recently reported outcome of a remarkable 61-year follow up of the Boyd-Orr cohort study. This study involved the recruitment of 4,999 children in England and Scotland in 1937-39 with causes of death recorded from 1948. This study showed that a family diet in childhood, which was high in dairy products, did not give rise to a greater risk of heart disease or stroke mortality. Indeed all-cause mortality was lowest in those with the highest dairy/milk intake.
More Studies Highlight Health Benefits of Consuming Milk and Dairy Products
Thursday, March 26, 2015
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Across the Pond Mar 2, 2021 Bill Gates and the United States contribute more to WHO annually than any other country. That is troubling
This version of Ball Farm Justice Judge Henderson sheds light on the fact that Bill and Melinda Gates seem to be giving money to WHO in a ...
As a 6 th generation United States farmer, I have had my fill of people talking about “humanely raised meat” when they don’t have a clue...