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Increasing Dairy Intake Lowers Oxidative And Inflammatory Stress In Metabolic Syndrome

July 12, 2011: 12:24 PM EST
A study found that an increase in dairy intake eases oxidative and inflammatory stress in metabolic syndrome. Researchers studied 40 overweight and obese adults with metabolic syndrome to find out the early and sustained effects of adequate dairy (AD) and low dairy (LD) diets. Assessment of oxidative and inflammatory biomarkers revealed that AD reduced malondialdehyde and oxidized LDL and suppressed inflammatory markers, including tumor necrosis factor-a and interleukin-6. LD had no effect on oxidative and inflammatory markers.
Rene´e A Stancliffe, Teresa Thorpe, and Michael B Zemel, "Dairy attentuates oxidative and inflammatory stress in metabolic syndrome", American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, July 12, 2011, © The American Society for Nutrition
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