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High blood pressure helped with low-fat milk

Nutritionists have found that a diet of skim dairy products reduces people's risk of high blood pressure by 50%, but whole-fat dairy products have no bearing on the development of hypertension. Previous research has shown a link between lactose and the lower rate of heart disease.

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About: High blood pressure helped with low-fat milk

Date: 30 November 2005

Source: Basque research

URL: http://www.basqueresearch.com/berria_irakurri.asp?Gelaxka=1_1&Berri_Kod=830&hizk=I

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