A recent article published by US News and World Report suggests that drinking milk may lower your risk of Alzheimer's disease.
To reduce a diffuse clinical syndrome to such an offhand lifestyle option seems at first glance a wee bit dubious. I suspect it is in reference to glutathione production but let's unpack this latest claim. The actual article referenced in the article was not identified but I was able to find at least the abstract here.
So what? The underlying theory seems to be that glutathione concentrations are enhanced with increased dairy consumption which allows the leap stated in the article that we all should be drinking our milk and eating dairy. Clearly more research is needed before we jump onto the every changing recommendations for milk or dairy consumption.
Although these findings in a small observational study don''t seem to be much of a "trout", I do think the final paragraph contains a few workable insights.