Milk consumption linked to prostate cancer


Milk consumption linked to prostate cancer

More worrisome are studies showing that high calcium diets are associated with higher prostate cancer risk. At least sixteen research studies have shown exactly this link... Ironically, milk is often supplemented with a form of vitamin D. But his form is biologically inactive, and the high calcium content of milk tends to prevent its activation. The moral of the story is this: To reduce the risk of prostate cancer, avoid dairy products.

Healthy Eating for Life to Prevent and Treat Cancer, Physicians Committee For Responsible Medicine.

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