DAIRY PRODUCTS, CALCIUM AND RISK OF HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMA
*Conclusions: *Results from this large cohort study with collection of
data and biological samples prior to diagnosis suggest that higher
consumption of total dairy foods and calcium from dairy sources are
associated with increased HCC risk, further emphasizing a role for diet
in HCC etiology. Higher circulating IGF-I level due to more dairy food
intake may be a possible biologic explanation for these observations,
but requires further study.
the full article also says milk contains vitamin d: the vitamin d content in milk is absolutely ridiculous, i d say none compared to 20.000iu of a summer day and usually added and not naturally present in significant amounts
the main problem is probably too much calcium intake from dairy and probably all the trash in animal food and the drugs given to the animals in overcrowded farms
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