The Udder Confusion about Milks


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Dr. Fuhrman discusses milk, making it clear that it is not the fat content in milk that is of the most concern, but it is the concentrated protein in milk that leads to an elevated cancer risk. The importance of vitamin D is addressed, as is milk's relationship to prostate cancer. Learn about how the presence of milk-producing hormones such as IGF-1 in dairy products affect those who consume them, dairy as a source of calcium and vitamin D, the links between dairy and certain cancers, and non-dairy milks.

 
 

(54 minutes)