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Dairy disappoints: No beneficial effects found for glucose management

Observational studies suggest that dairy may help with glycemic control. But this randomized controlled trial tells a different story.

Study under review: The impact of diets rich in low-fat or full-fat dairy on glucose tolerance and its determinants: a randomized controlled trial

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Does consuming a diet higher in either full-fat or low-fat dairy alter glucose tolerance or insulin sensitivity when compared to a diet low in dairy intake?

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