Study: Dairy calcium reduces fat absorption

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Calcium from dairy products may help reduce fat absorption after a meal, according to research published in the March issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

The study reports that levels of triacylglycerol — a lipid found in the blood after a meal is absorbed — were 15 percent to 19 percent lower in study participants who consumed calcium from dairy products versus a calcium carbonate supplement.

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Source: Decision News Media



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