New Study: Increased milk intake does NOT protect against osteoporosis
(but does promote ovarian and prostate cancers)
5 December 2010
You hear it all the time: drink milk to get enough calcium to protect yourself
But is it true?
Numerous definitive studies provide the answer: No, milk does not protect
against osteoporosis -- in fact, it may be a cause.
Despite the dairy industry-funded ads featuring famous people wearing milk
moustaches and implying that milk will protect you from bone fractures, it's
long been known that countries with the highest rates of osteoporosis, such as
the United States, England, and Sweden -- consume the most milk.
China and Japan, where people eat less animal protein and little or no dairy
food -- have low rates of osteoporosis...
and: Link: Why Women In China Do Not Get Breast Cancer? March 26, 2008 by
jennyho8 By Prof. Jane Plant, PhD, CBE : " Why I believe that giving up milk is
the key to beating breast cancer."