Adults who drink 1% milk instead of 2% milk will live 4.5 years longer.
New research shows that drinking low-fat dairy products, such as nonfat and 1% milk, is associated with a reduction in aging among adults.
Larry Tucker, Ph.D. of Brigham Young University’s exercise science department conducted a study on 5 834 U.S. adults. He found that those who drank low-fat milk experienced a biologically younger age than those who drank high-fat milk (2% or whole).
Tucker: \”It’s surprising how much of a difference there was.\” If you drink high-fat dairy products, you may be at risk for serious health problems.