Researchers from the U.K.’s University of Bristol have found that children whose family diet is high in dairy foods can expect to live longer.
According to the university’s website, a 65-year follow up of a study into the eating habits of families carried out in the 1930s found that dairy products and a diet high in calcium made a difference to how long people lived.
The researchers found that those who had high dairy and calcium intakes as children had been protected against stroke and other causes of death.
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