• milk and hormone positive breast cancer

    Asked by Lorie on Tuesday, September 8, 2020

    milk and hormone positive breast cancer

    I've read some about alleged studies that just came out citing 20-80% of people who drank any kind of milk (whole, skim, low fat) were prone to get breast cancer . Does anybody have any trusted information on this.

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    • fiddler's Avatar
      fiddler

      Lorie - human females produce hormones in the milk, also. I found out one day that when a baby nurses, a tiny bit of saliva is taken up in the breast and the mother's body reads the saliva and produces whatever antibodies the baby needs at the time. How perfect is this world in so many ways!

      12 days ago
    • Lorie's Avatar
      Lorie

      Fiddler, Yes, My thin, fine hair actually was nice when PG. Grew Bra size too:) . Interesting about the saliva too. But, at this stage of life with the C, think milk has served its purpose. Oatmilk tastes better anyway.

      12 days ago
    • ChicagoSandy's Avatar
      ChicagoSandy

      I like oatmilk, but it's way too "carby" for me--per my weight-management nurse practitioner. I usually mix an organic ultra-filtered (even lower-carb than Fair Life) milk with unsweetened vanilla almondmilk (Blue Diamond). The latter is the only plant milk that froths up reliably in a Nespresso Aeroccino. (I use milks for cappuccinos & lattes, sometimes on grain-free and keto "cereals"). I do keep oatmilk on hand for a latte-loving friend who thinks almond milk is eco-unfriendly (and is convinced it uses so much water that it's helped cause CA's fires); but since the pandemic she hasn't been over, of course.

      12 days ago

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