Breast Cancer and Dairy


In studies on rats, the consumption of both whole milk and non-fat milk promoted the development of chemically-induced breast cancers, causing an increase in numbers of tumors and in the weight and volume of tumors in comparison to rats who were fed milk substitutes. Other studies suggest that dietary calcium and/or some other components in dairy products may modestly reduce risk of postmenopausal breast cancer.

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