Women who have breast cancer
and eat a lot of dairy high in fat
are 49% more likely to die of the disease than women who eat little or no high-fat
Too much saturated fat is known to increase the risk of a number of cancers, including breast cancer
, as well as increasing the risk of dying from the disease. And, dairy fats are, of course, saturated fats.
Those in the milk industry will argue that the research is mixed... That some studies show milk, especially low-fat milk, can actually protect against cancer
I honestly don’t think this is the case. If there is any cancer
-fighting benefit at all in milk, it would be coming from the vitamin D that’s added to milk during fortification.
Vitamin D is known to protect against cancer as well as increase your odds of survival if you do get the disease.
But the best source of vitamin D is not milk.
Get your vitamin D naturally from the sun - about 20 minutes per day of direct sunlight.... And take a quality vitamin D supplement, between 2,000 and 5,000 IUs per day (or more if you‘re fighting disease).
So pass on the milk, there’s no benefit to drinking it. And, as the high number of dairy intolerances and sensitivities tell us, dairy is just too difficult for humans to digest.
Instead, drink nut milks like almond, hazelnut as well as coconut milk. They’re not only delicious, they also contain healthy fats that can improve your health instead of damaging it.
The real key to healing cancer is to wipe out the stealth disease lurking behind it...
I admit I was downright shocked when I found out that cancer isn't actually what kills most cancer patients! And I've been a doctor for well over 20 years - so not much surprises me anymore.
Even more astounding - this monumental discovery goes back to the 1970s when former US Air Force Dr Joseph Gold uncovered the REAL killer, a condition that no one in the medical field was even talking about!
That's right - the real culprit behind three out of every four cancer deaths isn't cancer at all. No! It's a syndrome you've probably never even heard of - called cachexia (pronounced "ka-kek-see-ah").