Casein, or milk protein, measured as a carcinogen

2015 Research

The T Colin Campbell Centre for Nutrition studies has deemed casein (cows’ milk protein) to be a carcinogen. Using standard FDA methodology for environmental toxins, different levels of casein were recorded along with levels of illness.

Quoting Campbell, “In our experiments over 25+ years, and published extensively, we showed that casein increased experimental cancer at levels within the range of human experience — with no need to estimate low level response in humans, from high level response in rats — and we know also know how it works! This suggested casein (and likely most other animal proteins) is a far more relevant carcinogen than any pesticide, herbicide, food additive or other noxious chemical ever tested.

Casein is found in a number of oncology drugs.


2015 Research
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