Milk may not be good for the bones and the body.
Milk has always been seen as nature's most perfect foods - and for good reason. It contains many essential nutrients, the high calcium content has been touted as crucial for good bone health when fortified with vitamin D,
But a new study from researchers in Uppsala University in Sweden suggests that consuming more milk could actually be associated with higher mortality and bone fractures in women and higher mortality in men.
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