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New advice from Heart Foundation on meat, dairy and eggs

The Australian Heart Foundation has recently lifted its restrictions on unflavoured full- fat milk, yoghurt, cheese and eggs for healthy Australians.

However they are calling for changes to everyone’s intake of lean, red meat.

Before you rush off to restock the fridge do read this paper as The Australian Heart Foundation do recommend that for people who suffer from high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart disease or type 2 diabetes the restriction on full fat dairy and eggs should still apply.

The Heart Foundation in New Zealand, at this stage, is not recommending any changes in switching to full fat dairy in their overall guidelines

The Ministry of Health in NZ continue to recommend that parents can choose to feed their children low fat diary products from the age of 2 years.

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