Milk and yoghurt can guard against diabetes

A new study has discovered that drinking milk and yoghurt on a regular basis can help guard against type 2 diabetes. This finding comes on the heels of the discovery that milk and yoghurt have many other health benefits when consumed on a daily basis.

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Diabetes is a disease that slowly eats away at the internal organs of the human body like a termite would, and if it is not identified in time, it can lead to a variety of serious health complications, including vision loss, renal failure, and a host of other serious conditions.

People who are overweight, do not maintain a healthy diet, or lead unhealthy lifestyles are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes. Diabetes type 2 is believed to be the beginning stage of this serious disease, which has the potential to become life-threatening if it is not recognised and treated in a timely manner.

Recent studies on type 2 diabetes have indicated that maintaining a diet that includes dairy products like milk and yoghurt on a regular basis will help avoid the disease.

According to an article that was published in the British publication ‘Times,‘ a study that was carried out by Italian specialists on the topic of the connection between animal-derived nutrition and diabetes discovered that the consumption of milk, yoghurt, and cheese on a daily basis is advantageous.

The risk of acquiring type 2 diabetes can be lowered by consuming low-fat milk, yoghurt, and cheese on a regular basis, as recommended by medical professionals. According to research conducted, all cuts of meat, including chicken, include components that have the potential to promote type 2 diabetes, which in turn raises the probability of one having the condition.

Experts recommend that people consume meals high in fish and eggs rather than red meat and mutton. Despite this recommendation, those who consume foods rich in fish and eggs still run the risk of acquiring type 2 diabetes, but at a lower rate. It is also recommended by specialists that individuals cut back on the amount of butter and specific high-fat cheeses that they consume. People who are overweight should consume milk and yoghurt on a daily basis if they want to cut their risk of developing (Desk)  type 2 diabetes by a significant amount.

Desk, Health. “دودھ اور دہی کا استعمال ذیابیطس سے بچانے میں مددگار.” Dawn News Television, 17 Sept. 2022,