A new study by Loma Linda University has found that people who drink milk regularly may have a higher risk of developing breast cancer . READ MORE:
All the women were cancer-free when the study began, but by the end, researchers recorded 1,057 new incidents of breast cancer .When it comes to drinks, the Canadian food guide recommends making water your beverage of choice. Story continues below advertisement Alarming link found between hair dyes, straighteners and breast cancer Alarming link found between hair dyes, straighteners and breast cancer Doctors will still often prescribe more milk for women because of concerns about , a disease characterized by low bone mass and deterioration of bone tissue. It more commonly affects women. “If you’re a woman … you do need to pick up that calcium,” said Demark-Wahnefried. According to the Mayo Clinic , there are several foods other than dairy that can help with calcium levels. For example, soy and almond milk that has been fortified, tofu made with calcium sulfate, canned pink salmon with bones and greens like turnip, collard greens and kale. If further research has similar results, the standard plan for preventing osteoporosis will need to be updated. READ MORE: What it’s like to get cancer as a parent: ‘I began planning out my next 5 years’ Despite the “compelling” results of the study, Demark-Wahnefried says women don’t need to avoid drinking milk until further research is done. “Whenever you look at epidemiological studies such as this [one], you can’t apply cause and effect,” she said. “There may be some other thing that’s going on that … they didn’t control for.” Choosing an alternative 2018 study from McGill University looked at the four most-commonly consumed types of plant-based milk drinks — almond milk, soy milk, rice milk and coconut milk — and compared their nutritional values to those of cow’s milk. They found that after cow’s milk, which is still the most nutritious, soy milk was the “clear winner.” In second was rice milk, with coconut and almond milk bringing up the rear. Here, researchers laid out the pros and cons of each option. Story continues below advertisement Soy milk Soy milk has been a substitute for cow’s milk for four decades and had the most balanced nutritional profile of the four milks included in the study. It is also widely consumed for the health benefits offered from the phytonutrients present in the milk. Known as isoflavones, these phytonutrients have anti-carcinogenic properties which can help prevent or delay cancer. However, some dislike the ‘beany flavor’ and there is concern about the presence of anti-nutrients (substances that reduce nutrient intake and digestion). Rice milk As well as being lactose-free, rice milk can also be a good alternative for patients with allergy issues caused by soybeans and almonds. Its sweet taste makes it more palatable. However, it contains relatively little nutrition and there are also concerns about the high carbohydrate count. The consumption of rice milk without proper care can also result in malnutrition, especially in infants. Coconut milk Consumption can help reduce levels of harmful low-density lipoproteins (bad cholesterol) that are associated with cardiovascular diseases. It contains few calories, but most of them are from fat. It also contains no protein, and nutritional values are reduced if stored for over two months. Almond milk Almonds have a high content of monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) that are considered helpful in weight loss and weight management. MUFA also helps in reduction of low-density lipoprotein (bad cholesterol). However, other complementary sources of food are needed to provide other essential nutrients. — Read more: Globalnews.ca
Been chuggin a litre for years A waste of time unless you’re also going to make the same study with organic milk. Also, what percentage of fat. Was it skim, homo, 2% what. Doesn’t sound like real science to me. Not really, the median age was 57. Post-menopausal women already have a higher chance of breast cancer. Also, they did not revisit the overall health of these women. They gathered data at the beginning and never again throughout the course of the study.
What was a good practice 25 years a go, now is not anymore... anybody feels the same here? Just like the study on the decline of the polar bear. And next week, another study will say milk will save us all. Everything in moderation. I'll keep drinking milk, it's my favourite drink when I'm thirsty, and according to another study, it's better than water to dehydrate you.
Every couple of years they come out with stuff like this. Maybe its not the milk itself but the crap theyre feeding cows/goats ..pollution ..the way they process it is whats causing these cancers. Curious assertion! All our lives we have been told that Milk is the 'perfect food'. Were 'they' wrong?😳 Convincing people milk and meat are not good for you is tough, we’ve been brainwashed for generations so people just don’t want to believe it
These types of articles bring the dimwit coalitions out from under their rocks, always interesting to see how low IQ's have gone. TheMoreYouKnow Bullshit!
One cup of milk per day associated with up to 50 per cent increase in breast cancer risk: studyNew evidence suggests that women who drink as little as one cup of dairy milk per day could increase their risk of developing breast cancer by up to 50 per cent. Makes sense! Humans are the only species that continues to drink milk after infancy. There's no definitive link ...even says so in the story. Remember when eggs were bad... and then they weren't... and then they were... and then they weren't... and then they were...
Even the study has no link between the two. They studied 50,000 women over 8 years and said what did 1800 women who got cancer share? They drank water and milk. And then in a couple years they’ll reverse the data and say it “prevents cancers” etc etc or “only in moderation”. Sounds like you guys are pushing the agendas of PETA and the other elitist animal rights morons out there that have no clue on the dairy industry.
Does the Canadian Government subsidize dairy farmers ? Milk was never good. Meh The study looked at US milk. The milk in the US has much more hormones, antibiotics and who knows what else. There is a direct correlation with high estrogen levels causing higher incidences of breast cancer. I'd be suprised if some woman didnt have negative effects from US milk.
Also drinking dairy milk is just plain disgusting anyways. There are more allergies (food/environment) reported In USA and Canada than any other countries in the World... we also have the most controlled dairy system that everyone grows up on. So yeah it’s been poisonous for many many years. It’s not the milk that “may” increase cancer. It’s the crap you inject into the cows and GMO feed for the cows
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“There may be some other thing that’s going on that … they didn’t control for.” Bovine somatotropin. I’m sure it transfers to humans drinking milk. In the study, a person’s family history, physical activity, alcohol consumption, medication use and reproductive and gynecological history were also taken into consideration.
FAKE NEWS is cancer. Drink milk. to Well....any food with chemicals will kill you . Don't blame Milk !! i guess its safer to have a little calcium than have junk/ fast food . Who sponsored this article .... may be soy milk company or newly found hybrid fruit ! GlobalCalgary Not one of these again, remember the coffee one and the Orange Juice one...these are always useless studies!
globalhalifax How come the skeptics aren't asking why we are drinking milk past infanthood? Or another species? If you had a pregnant cat in the house would you drink it's milk? Instead they challenge the source of data.... GlobalCalgary What about organic milk because the milk that comes from this dairy is freaking delicious 🤤
GlobalEdmonton Yes because of sugar in milk am640 Was it BTS laden milk or artificial hormone free? Devils in the details. 680CJOB What s about cheese
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AM980News Okay now cite a study by a real University. Does this include organic milk. Ok now do meat. fakenews or not.... dairymarketing riskstohealth everything is putting us at higher risk for cancers. dairy, chemtrails ,the government, BillGates , BigPharma , Merck 5G towers we're pretty much all fucked
globalhalifax is that this weeks prediction,how are eggs now? Well that will not go over well with dairy farmers 😬 dairyindustry Something is going to get you sooner or later. Enjoy life. How many millions of people have been drinking milk regularly for the past 200 years?
Catholic teachers increase their requests on benefits, minister saysOntario's education minister says the province's Catholic teachers have increased what they are asking for in contract talks on benefits. It’s all about the kids 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 Sflecce always tells the truth, doesn’t he? Hmmm more smoke and mirrors Can the public see what's in the current benefits package? 6% more sounds like a lot.
Let me guess, this study was funded by an almond milk or avocado company? Or perhaps a vegan yogurt company? Study link? GlobalSaskatoon “In the study, a person’s family history, physical activity, alcohol consumption, medication use and reproductive and gynecological history were also taken into consideration.”
AM980News Loma Linda U never heard of her. This was an American study where BST is allowed to be used in the production of milk it is not allowed in Canada as usual global you don’t tell the whole story
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Cutting salt likely to prevent future heart disease, even if you're not at risk nowA new meta-analysis on lowering salt intake found strong evidence that cutting dietary sodium reduces blood pressure in those with existing hypertension, but it also reduces blood pressure in people who are not yet at risk. Did you run this by David Suzuki before you decided to tweet it?