Prostate cancer effects from dairy products
(Alles Europa News) – Medical scientists have identified three main dairy products that provoke the occurrence of prostate cancer in men.
Alles Europa News recalled earlier scientific studies proved the connection between dairy products and prostate cancer, however, the impact on this danger of cheese, milk and butter was not convincingly proved, and their influence was considered to be low.
There is a version of the fact that dairy products in large quantities increase the performance of insulin-like growth factor in the body.
This protein interacts with cells and provokes a cascade of reactions.
In addition, there is a large amount of calcium in dairy products, and its excess can also theoretically provoke a prostate tumor.
Alles Europa News reports that Medical scientists have identified three main dairy products that provoke the occurrence of prostate cancer in men.
As medical experts determined, eating a significant amount of milk, cheese, and butter increases the risk of prostate cancer by as much as 76 percent.
Alles Europa News reports that according to the source, a meta-analysis of 47 clinical trials by experts established a clear link between nutrition and the likelihood of developing prostate tumors.
It is established that those men who regularly lean on dairy products are 76 percent more likely to encounter this type of oncology.
Alles Europa News reports noted that some studies that fell into this meta-analysis did not reveal such relationships, so a number of other specialists called the overall outcome of the meta-analysis unconvincing.
It is noted that scientists have estimated the impact of nutrition on the health of more than a million people over twenty years.
It was found that a large amount of milk, cheese and butter in the diet increases the risk of prostate cancer by 76 percent.