With over 400,000 dairy cattle in Michigan, milk is kind of a big deal around here. For years we've been told to watch the dairy intake as a part of our diets.

Good news - it's not that big of a deal.

According to the Daily Mail out of the UK, research just published in the British Medical Journal shows that "people who eat lots of butter or cream are no more likely to have an early death than anyone else." This is based on research from McMasters University in Canada, that showed there was no link between saturated fat and coronary heart disease, cardiovascular disease, ischemic stroke or type 2 diabetes.

However, according to Professor Tom Sanders of King's College London, this does not mean it's OK to " eat lots of fatty meat, lashings of cream and oodles of butter".

Whatever a "lashing of cream" is.

Here's the story.

 

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