Milk: Does a Nobel Laureate Good!
Milk: it does a body good... but how about your brain too? A new study from Practical Neurology suggests that countries that maintain higher milk consumption per capita produce the greatest numbers of Nobel Laureates. The study authors speculate that the high vitamin D content in milk improves cognitive function, bringing the highest dairy-consuming countries just one step closer to the Nobel acclaim. Better start sipping, Nobel-hopefuls!
Take Sweden, the country that’s home to the Nobels. Citizens there have won 31.855 prizes for every 10 million people. They also consume about 350 kilograms of milk each, on average, over the course of a year.