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Study shows a scary link between increased calcium and a higher risk of aggressive prostate cancer
According to Mridul Datta, co-author of the study which reviewed guidelines for calcium and vitamin D supplementation for men with prostate cancer
: “Calcium and/or vitamin D supplementation to prevent loss of bone mineral density in these men seems so logical that no one had questioned whether it works.”
We also didn’t question whether it would do these men any harm before. But the study illustrates that it does.
While it’s not clear what the actual reason for this is, some studies suggest high calcium levels fuel the progression of prostate cancer
. (Scarily, as many as 20% of every person who gets cancer
sufferers from hypercalcaemia or high blood calcium levels).
This is dangers because scientists believe calcium negatively interacts with the active form of vitamin D in the blood that stops cancer
cells from developing. In other words, it helps these cells reproduce.
The good news is that this prostate cancer news doesn’t mean you have to quit calcium completely
You see, it’s calcium supplementation and the form in diary that seems to be the issue here.
When the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition analysed calcium from animal foods (meat, poultry, fish, dairy products, etc.) in relation to prostate cancer risk, it discovered that non-dairy sources were not a problem.
And that’s why, if you’re undergoing hormone treatment for prostate cancer or have a high prostate cancer risk anyway, we encourage you to consult your doctor before you up your calcium intake.