Milk, yogurt help keep bones healthy, says study
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servings of milk or yoghurt a day can make bones stronger, according to
a new study led by an Indian-origin researcher.
US-based academics found middle-aged people who ate at least three
servings a day had higher bone mineral density, resulting in bones that
were less likely
to break, the Telegraph reported.
However, they found that no such positive effect from eating cream or
Dr Shivana Sahni, of the Hebrew SeniorLife Institute of Ageing Research,
which is affiliated with Harvard University, said: "Dairy foods provide
several important nutrients that are beneficial for bone health."
"However, cream and its products such as ice cream have lower levels of
these nutrients and have higher levels of fat and sugar," he said