Got milk? Then you've also got higher chances of winning a Nobel Prize

Remember how the amount of chocolate a nation eats was linked to the number of Nobel Prizes it wins? Well, another team of scientists believes it isn't chocolate that makes nations brainy, but milk.

Their letter, published in the journal Practical Neurology, demonstrated that Sweden (which consumes 750 pounds of milk and milk products per person, per year) has the most Nobel laureates per 10 million of its population, while China (55 pounds) has the fewest.

The letter's author's concluded that wannabe Nobel winners "should not only eat more chocolate but perhaps drink milk too — or strive for synergy with hot chocolate." Someone give them a Nobel Prize.

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