After analyzing the daily diet of 45,000 men and 60,000 women and the condition of their bones, Swedish scientists concluded that regular consumption of milk weakens bone tissue and increases the risk of fractures.
It has also been found that daily consumption of milk shortens a person's life.
According to scientists, this is due to the presence of glucose and galactose sugars in milk. These two substances increase the level of inflammation and acidity in the body. Increased levels of chronic inflammation and acidity increase the risk of developing many diseases, including cancer.
Given all this, experts recommend drinking a small amount of milk (1 / 2-1 cup) and 1-2 times a week. According to scientists, it is better to replace milk with dairy products.
Unlike milk, dairy products (yogurt, kefir, sour cream, cheese, etc.) strengthen bones and reduce the level of acidity in the body. Dairy products also restore the intestinal microflora, strengthen the immune system and reduce the risk of bowel cancer.
Other products that have a positive effect on bone health:
- green tea
- black plum
- black cumin
- bitter chocolate
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