Milk increases cholesterol

No, unlike other animal fats, it has been proven that fat in cow’s milk has no effect on blood cholesterol levels*.

Moreover, recent studies show that not only is it not harmful to cardiovascular health, but it also has a protective effect thanks to certain saturated fatty acids present.
There is also evidence that some fatty acids present in cow’s milk help to increase muscle mass and reduce the percentage of body fat**.
* Parodi, P.W. Milk fat in human nutrition. Aust J Dairy Techno 59, 3-59 (2004). ** Bohl M, Bjørnshave A, Larsen MK, Gregersen S, Hermansen K. The effects of proteins and medium-chain fatty acids from milk on body composition, insulin sensitivity and blood pressure in abdominally obese adults. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 71, 76–82 (2017)

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