…Got Milk? Got the right kind?. From the latest new study department which I think is the same department that said eggs were bad for you but now say that their good for you department comes this new study. Drinking milk can add a few more years to your life but it can also cut it too. It all depends on what type of milk your drinking. Apparently if its anything other than 1% you’re in trouble. According to this report drinking 1% rather than 2% milk accounts for 4 1/2 years of less aging in adults. But high fat, whole or 2% milk consumption will may do just the opposite. It has something to do with Telomeres. Telo what” Telomeres. Not only did I have to look up the definition of Telomeres but how to pronounce Telomeres too. Apparently, they’ve got something to do with our chromosomes and in older people drinking high fat, whole or 2% milk can lead to shorter Telomeres. Older people with shorter Telomeres have three- and eight-times increased risk to die from heart and infectious diseases and the same is true for those who drink no milk at all. The bottom line, Adults should consume low fat milk or 1% while avoiding high fat or whole milk. So, it’s not a bad thing to drink milk but if your an adult just be more aware of what type of milk your drinking. Read all about it at https://doi.org/10.1155/2019/1574021. Meanwhile have you walked down the milk isle lately? What in the world is acidophilus milk?