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Reduced-fat diary diet to lower blood pressure

Reduced-fat diary products have been shown to lower a person's risk of developing and maintaining hypertension according to recent research. A study was conducted on a population that reviewed if the subjects consumed low-fat cheese, milk, and yoghurt. It did not consider other dietary factors, or health preferences. Full-fat dairy has not been shown to be associated with an increased risk of high blood pressure.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by New York Times News Service

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About: Reduced-fat diary diet to lower blood pressure

Date: 28 December 2005

Source: New York Times News Service

URL: http://www.recordonline.com/archive/2005/12/28/features_gohealthy-28hebloodpressure-12-28.html

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This summary article refers to the following medical categories:

  • Risk and dairy
  • Risk and diet
  • Risk and low-fat dairy
  • Risk and reduce-fat dairy
  • Risk and full-fat diary
  • Risk and full cream dairy
  • Research
  • Research and dairy
  • Research and low-fat dairy
  • Research and reduce-fat dairy
  • Research and full-fat diary
  • Research and full cream dairy
  • Research and hypertension
  • Research and high blood pressure
  • Research and blood pressure
  • Research and diet
  • Diet

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