Unknowingly make you fat! 3 myths about low-fat milk

Is low-fat or skim milk necessarily healthier than whole milk? In fact, even if you maintain the habit of drinking skim milk, it does not mean that you will not gain weight.

According to Time magazine, Walter Willett, chair of the Department of Nutrition and Epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health, and David B. Willett, director of the New Balance Center for Obesity Prevention and Control, have been invited to participate in the study. Walter Willett, chairman of the Department of Nutrition and Epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health, and David Ludwig, director of the New Balance Center for Obesity Prevention and Control, have published an article in the American Medical Association journal Pediatrics. Ludwig (David Ludwig), in a review article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association pediatrics (JAMA Pediatrics), pointed out that skim and low-fat milk is not necessarily healthier than whole milk, for the following reasons.

1, eat low-fat food does not necessarily reduce calorie intake: Many times, consumers eat or drink more because low-fat foods or drinks contain fewer calories. According to a study published in the professional medical journal Archives of Disease in Childhood in March this year, children who drink low-fat milk are more likely to gain weight later on.

 2. Low-fat milk increases triglycerides: If you drink low-fat milk while consuming too many foods with a high glycemic index, such as white rice, white bread and biscuits, it will lead to an increase in triglycerides in the body, which can easily lead to cardiovascular disease.

 3, sugary low-fat drinks will also cause obesity: in order to encourage children to drink more low-fat milk, often choose sugary low-fat milk for children to drink, but in this way, but let children take in too much sugar, long-term still have the possibility of obesity.

 In June 2012, a report published in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine found that after tracking the bone health of 6,712 girls for seven years, calcium supplementation or milk consumption did not reduce the incidence of fatigue fractures. The report found that calcium supplementation or milk consumption did not reduce the risk of fatigue fractures in 6,712 girls.

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