Arthritis: Is it safe to drink milk if you have arthritis? What the research says

Despite conflicting information, overall, research paints a positive picture for milk-based products, AF reports.

A review of 52 clinical studies published in Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition concluded that dairy generally has anti-inflammatory effects, except in people allergic to cow’s milk.

Still, the authors of that review noted there’s surprisingly little known about what components of dairy products might be helpful versus harmful.

As the AF explains, milk-based products contain all sorts of nutrients and active compounds, including calcium, vitamin D and a variety of fats and proteins.


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