High-fat dairy may help this group. High-fat dairy includes whole milk and cheese. Ice cream is high-fat dairy, according to studies.
Cavities May Develop
If you don't clean your teeth after eating ice cream and don't choose sugar-free, you may be increasing your risk of cavities.
Sleep May Be Poor
A key Journal of Sleep Medicine study indicated that low-fiber, high-saturated fat meals shorten sleep and increase nighttime arousals. Sugar prevents deep, slow-wave sleep, especially at night.
Ice cream is heavy in calories, which may hinder weight loss. If you don't want to gain weight, don't eat ice cream every day.
Liver Disease Risk Increases
Fructose sweetens many ice creams. At least one serving of fructose-containing food per day, such as ice cream, has been linked to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Healthy Bones May
Calcium helps bones. Ice cream provides 80 mg of calcium every half-cup. Magnesium and zinc are other bone-healthy minerals in ice cream.
Negative Heart Health
Added sugars can damage your heart. The American Heart Association advises limiting added sugars to 6% of daily calories.