And don’t forget about the meat.
A study presented at the annual Congress of the European society of cardiology, showed that among more than 218 000 people from more than 50 countries on five continents those who eat mainly meat and dairy products, 22% reduced risk of developing heart disease and a 25% reduced risk of premature death.
Dr. Andrew Mente, a Professor of nutrition and epidemiology at McMaster University (Hamilton, Ontario), explained that eating such food is safe only under certain portions. The study revealed that a day can be consumed more than three servings of dairy products (which can be equated to 6 pieces of cheese or three cups of fat yogurt) and one serving of red meat (no more than 150 grams per serving).
Such calculations are, of course, not particularly inspired lovers of good food, but it’s still better than to follow the Mediterranean (red meat can be consumed only once a week) or a trendy vegan diet, which many consider to be almost the only right way of life.
Professor Salim Yusuf, lead author and Director of the research Institute of public health at McMaster University and co-author of the study, said: “Our results differ from today’s dietary trends. Maybe that someone will be outraged, but in the end of the study, we found that cheese and meat products positively affect the life expectancy and the health of the cardiovascular system.”
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