Some studies also suggest that low-fat dairy products may lower the risk of diabetes by increasing the body’s production of a hormone called adiponectin.  This hormone is involved in the metabolism of fat and blood glucose and has been shown to improve the body’s response to insulin and reduce the risk of diabetes. To learn more, download the document below:

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