Drinking Milk Make Women Longevity?

Calcium is an essential nutrient to protect and maintain healthy bones. In general, calcium is found in milk and vitamins. However, a research study published in The Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism (JCEM) says that taking supplements containing calcium to 1,000 mg per day can also help women live longer. Is this true?
Although calcium is an essential nutrient for bone health, previous research has linked calcium supplements with the risk of heart disease. The researchers analyzed data from the large-scale multicentre Canadian Osteoporosis Study (Camos) to try to clarify this issue and trying to find the right dosage that calcium supplementation has a beneficial effect in women.
“Our study found daily use of calcium supplements was associated with a lower risk of death among women. Benefit seen for women who take doses up to 1,000 mg per day, regardless of whether supplements containing vitamin D or not,” explains David Goltzman, MD from McGill University in Montreal, Canada, as reported by Medicalnewstoday.
At The Longitudinal Cohort studies have been monitoring the health of 9,033 Canadians between 1995 to 2007 and during that period, 1,160 participants died. Although the data showed that women taking calcium supplements had a lower risk of death, but the study did not find strong evidence for men.
“A high intake of calcium has been potentially linked to a longer life span in females, regardless where the source of calcium. That is, the same benefit was also seen when calcium derived from milk, non-dairy or supplements, “Goltzman lid.