Dairy Fat May Lower Heart Disease Risk

Go ahead and say yes to milk in that latte or pick up some ice cream for dessert.

A new study is offering the perfect excuse, showing dairy fat may lower a person’s risk of heart disease.

Researchers followed four-thousand adults for 16 years in Sweden, where dairy consumption is among the highest in the world.

They found those who ate more dairy fat were less likely to have a heart attack or stroke compared to those who didn’t eat a lot of dairy fat.