The Norwegian study has shown that people who drink three glasses of milk daily triple the risk of breast cancer compared to people who drink half a cup or less.

It is not much of a news to say that breast cancer in the expansion. Apparently, the milk is responsible for the increased risk of breast cancer. It was thought that milk only accelerates the development of existing cancer, but nowadays Norwegian scientists claim it moves it.

The most affected are in Finland, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States. These are all countries that, by the consumption of milk, take the lead. The Norwegian study has shown that women who drink three glasses of milk daily triple breast cancer risk in comparison to people who drink half or less. Breast cancer is a line or it is not found in cultures where the milk of animal origin is not used.

Connection between milk and cancer

Milk increases the risk of testicular, prostate and breast cancer, and scientists have again “accused” milk protein casein. Animal experiments have proven that the reduction and increase in casein they contain in the diet directly affects the “on” and “off” the development of cancer cells.

Due to excess phosphorus and casein, the human body badly absorbs calcium from cow’s milk, and cannot even process casein completely. Toxins that occur during the processing cause elevated acidity of the organism.

Also, in addition to casein, lactose is also affected by cancer (milk sugar). Another theory is that cancer is caused by hormones from milk. The question is estrogen, which in cow’s milk is in large quantities. Cows that are used in the dairy industry is almost always pregnant.

If we talk about the connection between milk and cancer, it is inevitable to mention another fact. According to the claims of a number of doctors, 90% of cow herds are suffering from leukemia (blood cancer). This is not surprising when you think about everything that contains cow food. So, we drink milk from cows with blood cancer.

The hormones and growth factors in milk have a potential for cancer. This is also the case for vitamin D synthetic supplements, which are often “enriched” with milk and other products. Ill, on average, enter 2 times more synthetic vitamin D than others.

This suggests that low-fat dairy product may be a better choice for women who’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer, especially hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer.