Drinka Pinta Milk - And Risk Cancer?

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Cows’ milk consumption increases ovarian cancer risk

As we have repeatedly told our readers: The white stuff isn’t necessarily the right stuff.

Open quotesThose drinking more than a pint of milk a day had double the riskClose quotes

 

Swedish researchers, publishing in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, have tracked 61,000 women between the ages of 38 and 76, for a period of 13 years.

 

Their conclusions? Women who consumed a lot of cows’  dairy products had a significantly higher risk of ovarian cancer. Those drinking more than a pint of milk a day had double the risk. 

It has long been known that cow’s milk can contain high levels of pesticides and hormones.

Another possible risk factor is Insulin-like Growth Factor (IGF1) which in the early 1990’s was linked to hormonally driven cancers like breast, prostate and ovarian by US scientists.

Go TO: OVARIAN CANCER OVERVIEW

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