We Drink It Daily, But Don’t Know That It Causes Breast Cancer!

Just recently a group of scientists in Norway made an important discovery concerning our health. Namely, they proved that people who consume three cups of milk per day have a 3x higher risk of developing breast cancer, compared with people who don’t consume it at all, or they do in small portions.

Statistics show that the rates of breast cancer have significantly raised in the past few years. Experts believe that the reason for that is the consumption of milk and other dairy products.

The countries that have the highest rate of breast cancer are Canada, America, Finland, Sweden and Great Britain.

These are the countries that have the highest milk production and consumption in the world.

Moreover, the scientist has found that in the countries where the milk consumption is low, also the breast cancer rate is significantly lower as well.

Many people are not aware that the milk contains hormones and other compounds that have cancer-causing effects. Furthermore, the artificial supplements of vitamin D that are infused in all the dairy products make the situation even worse. Medical expert suggests that people who suffer from breast cancer consumed too much synthetic vitamin D.

However, there are also many other factors that can raise the risk of breast cancer. Such as excessive consumption of processed sugar, poor diet, low consumption of vegetables and fish, pork etc.

Also, many women are not aware that wearing bra can increase the risk of breast cancer. Especially when the bra is too tight. So, we suggest to wear more loose bra’s and avoid them when possible.

One study had shown that women who wear a bra for more than 12 hours have 20 times more chances to develop a breast cancer.

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Rachell S. Anderson, Senior Writer

Written by Rachell S. Anderson, Senior Writer

Rachael has been with Live Science since 2010. She has a masters degree in journalism from New York University's Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in molecular biology and a Master of Science in biology from the University of California, San Diego.

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