Dairy industry campaign to “neutralize the negative image of milkfat among regulators and health professionals as related to heart disease” seeks to undermine latest guidelines from the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology.
Neurotoxin contamination of the dairy supply doesn’t explain why the association between Parkinson’s disease and skim milk consumption is as strong as the association with whole milk.
Sex steroid hormones in meat, eggs, and dairy may help explain the link between saturated fat intake and declining sperm counts.
What was the National Chicken Council’s response to public health authorities calling for the industry to stop feeding arsenic-based drugs to poultry?
The hormones naturally found in foods of animal origin may help explain why women who eat conventional diets are five times more likely to give birth to twins than those eating plant-based diets.
The highest levels of hormone-disrupting plastics chemical pollutants (phthalates) are found in meats, fats, and dairy.
Polyoma viruses discovered in meat can survive cooking and pasteurization.
What happens when you put cancer on a plant-based diet?
The link between Parkinson’s and dairy may not just be explained by the pesticides and lactose.
If the avoidance of sulfur-rich proteins and food additives can help prevent inflammatory bowel disease, might similar dietary changes help prevent relapses of ulcerative colitis?
After the trans fat oil ban, the only major sources of trans fat remaining will be from meat and dairy.
Low levels of neurotoxic chemicals in cheese may explain the connection between dairy product consumption and Parkinson’s disease.
Soy is put to the test for the treatment of prostate cancer.
Is it the casein or the cow insulin that explains the link between milk consumption and the development of type I diabetes?
As many as 37% of human breast cancer cases may be attributable to exposure to bovine leukemia virus.
Only about one in 10,000 people make it to be 100 years old. What’s their secret?