Which foods have been scientifically proven to contain dairy?
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In the days leading up to Thanksgiving, a slew of products have been making the rounds on social media and elsewhere, from dairy products to cereal and ice cream.
The list includes: milk, yogurt, cheese, ice cream, and even hot dogs.
But are these products really all that good?
It’s difficult to say.
There’s a lot of controversy about the nutritional content of dairy products.
The American Heart Association says milk contains an estimated 3 percent saturated fat, which is a major contributor to heart disease.
Some of the studies done by researchers at the University of Texas and Columbia University have found that high-fat dairy products may contribute to heart attack risk.
But a review published last year in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that the average American consumes more than 1.3 cups of dairy a day, which means consuming more than 40 percent of your calories from dairy is not good for your heart.
It’s not clear that there is any direct connection between high-saturated fat dairy and heart disease, and it’s not even clear that high levels of saturated fat in dairy cause heart disease in the first place.
Still, a review of studies on saturated fat and heart health by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concluded that saturated fat was linked to heart attacks and stroke in the U
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