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Butter and Cheese Help Regulate Blood Sugar

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola

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  • New research supports studies conducted over recent years that completely reverse the notion that only no-fat or low-fat dairy products are healthy and other varieties should be strictly limited to protect your health
  • Dietary guidelines set by several governmental agencies recommend limiting consumption to a teaspoon of butter and a half-ounce of cheese daily, but there’s now evidence that eating dairy is linked with a lower incidence of Type 2 diabetes
  • Consumption of dairy products such as yogurt and cheese is linked with a lower incidence of Type 2 diabetes
  • Grass fed cheese, milk, yogurt and butter are full of omega-3 fatty acids and other essential nutrients that fight conditions such as high blood sugar; dairy products should ideally be raw, grass fed and organic to reap the nutritional benefits

Regulating blood sugar has become a high priority for an increasing number of people, not just in the U.S., but worldwide. In fact, medical experts say diabetes affects more than 30 million people in the U.S., and in the U.K., where Type 2 diabetes alone impacts more than 3.3 million, such statistics constitute epidemic proportions, according to Daily Star.

However, there’s hope for people with high blood sugar, but it requires simple lifestyle tweaking to reduce individual risk. Most predominant in the methods you can adopt to reduce your risk of developing diabetes or multiplying the health risks associated with this condition is changing your eating habits.

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