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Saturday, 18 May 2019

Scientist: Milk From Cows Has “The Most Relevant Carcinogen Ever Identified” & “Turns on Cancer”

[humansarefree]: Casein, the protein found within the milk of a cow, creates a condition within the body called metabolic acidosis. From this place, the body compensates by sucking calcium from the bones.

How ironic is that?

The science comes from Dr. Colin Campbell, an American biochemist who specializes in the effect of nutrition on long term health.

He is Professor Emeritus of Nutritional Biochemistry at Cornell University, he has a Ph.D. in nutrition, biochemistry, and microbiology.

Scholars like Campbell and their work is so important in a world of medical education and academia that almost completely ignores nutrition. Most of our nutritional education starts in primary school and is completely designed by the big food companies, not science.

He did not expect to find that animal protein might be connected to cancer. He first noticed this from the work he did in the Philippines, and again it was startling because they were observing the exact opposite of what they were going to the Philippines to do.

They wanted to give malnourished children even more protein but then noticed that more protein (animal protein in dairy) seemed to be correlated with higher cancer rates, especially in children.

Casein is the most relevant chemical carcinogen ever identified, make no mistake about it.” – Campbell.

Campbell went beyond mere correlation and found using animal studies he conducted that casein actually “turns on” cancer. When animals were fed a diet high in casein, the cancer increased dramatically. What’s even more interesting is when they decided to do a comparison using plant protein.

What we learned along the way is that we could turn on and turn off cancer. Turn it on by increasing casein consumption, turn it off by decreasing it or replacing it with plant protein. That was a really exciting thing that we could take nutrition and turn cancer on and off, I mean that, that was pretty startling.” – Campbell ...read more>>>>...

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