Dairy foods are inflammatory — true or false?

Here’s the real truth about dairy…  

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Dairy foods are inflammatory — true or false?

Dairy foods have received a lot of undeserved negative press over the last few years.

One of the claims made by people who want to lower dairy consumption is that dairy foods cause inflammation.

The question of whether or not certain foods cause inflammation is an important one.

Inflammation increases the risk of obesity, cancer, heart disease, and dementia. 

To some extent, most of the common chronic diseases are diseases of inflammation.

But the evidence shows that dairy actually lowers inflammation.

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This review of the most recent human research took place at the Department of Nutrition, University of Oslo, Norway. The journal Advances in Nutrition published the findings.

In many countries, dairy makes up a large proportion of the diet.

“Milk and dairy products contribute ≤14% of the caloric intake in developed countries.”

Recently, researchers have become interested in claims made about the inflammatory effects of dairy foods.

“The increasing number of studies on the anti- and pro-inflammatory effects of milk and dairy products in the past 5 years reflects the growing interest in this area of research.”

These researchers wanted to learn more about the topic. 

So they collected the best research published over the last five years looking at dairy foods and inflammation.

The researchers only included high-quality randomized clinical trials.

“The aim of this review was to evaluate the scientific evidence provided in the last five years and the effects of dairy products on inflammatory biomarkers.”

They looked at the effect of dairy on a broad range of inflammatory biomarkers. 

Mostly, these are proteins that increase or decrease inflammation.

The analysts combed through medical research databases for published human trials carried out between 2012 and 2018.

They found 16 high-quality human studies. 

Some of these studies used healthy people. Other studies enrolled people with metabolic problems.

“The final 16 studies reported on healthy individuals and subjects who were overweight or obese and who had metabolic syndrome or type 2 diabetes.”

The researchers found that dairy did not cause inflammation in healthy or unhealthy people.

“The consumption of milk or dairy products did not show a pro-inflammatory effect in healthy subjects or individuals with metabolic abnormalities.”

In fact, most of the studies showed that consumption of dairy lowers inflammation.

“The majority of studies documented a significant anti-inflammatory effect in both healthy and metabolically abnormal subjects.”

The studies showing that dairy has an inflammatory effect were not short-term studies either.

“The evidence from long-term supplementation showed a weak anti-inflammatory effect in both healthy and metabolically abnormal adults.”

There are a number of reasons why dairy might be expected to lower inflammation.

Dairy is high in both calcium and vitamin D… 

Both of these nutrients are known to have anti-inflammatory effects.

And population studies have shown that people who eat more dairy tend to be leaner – a strong indicator that they have lower inflammation.

A high intake of dietary fat generally leads to health problems in the long term. 

But research shows that high-fat dairy has the opposite effect.

Cheese and full-fat milk are associated with lower body weight and decreased risk of many chronic diseases.

However, a small number of people will have an inflammatory response to dairy.

Some people have allergies to the proteins in dairy. 

Though this is rare, it will certainly cause inflammation in those people.

Another potential problem is lactose intolerance. 

This is a problem caused by low levels of lactase – and enzyme that breaks down the sugar in milk.

When lactase is low, the milk sugar (lactose) feeds problematic bacteria that cause gastrointestinal problems and inflammation.

Lactose intolerance can be hereditary. It can also be caused by a low metabolic rate.

But the research shows that, for most people, dairy is anti-inflammatory.

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about diagnosing and treating health-related problems.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.


Milk and Dairy Product Consumption and Inflammatory Biomarkers: An Updated Systematic Review of Randomized Clinical Trials