Tripeptide, calcium, and other functional nutrients in milk were believed to have anithypertensive effect.
Stroke mortality was the No.4 leading cause of death in 2014 Japan's ranking of death rate.
Diary food pattern and calcium intake were reported to be negatively associated with stroke mortality in the JACC study.
Drinking milk reduced the risk of total mortality in the JACC study. Conflict results from other populations have drawn great attention on this issue.
We aimed to compare the risk of stroke mortality between milk drinkers and non-drinkers in our cohort.