A new study suggests that consuming fortified dairy products is beneficial for people with autoimmune diseases.

The research was conducted by researchers at the University of Miami, the University at Buffalo and the University Health Network.

The study found that people who consumed fortified dairy foods had lower levels of inflammatory markers and markers of inflammation in the blood and in their gastrointestinal tracts.

People who consumed a combination of dairy products and high doses of anti-inflammatory medications had lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

The researchers said that the findings support the benefits of consuming a high-quality, nutrient-rich diet rich in dairy products.

The findings could have a big impact on people’s diets and on the development of autoimmune diseases, which include multiple sclerosis, lupus, multiple sclerosis-related inflammatory disorders and other autoimmune diseases that cause the body to produce abnormal immune cells.

This article was first published on the Mayo Clinic News website on August 23, 2018.