A Victorian study has squashedÂ links between prostate cancer & highÂ consumption of dairy food.
Harvard University had earlier stated that they had found a link between large intakes of dairy food and the prevalence of prostate cancer.Â
That supposed link has nowÂ been ruled out, however, as a 10-year study of more than 14,500Â Victorian men have showedÂ no association between theÂ two.Â
Dr. Gianluca Serveri of the Cancer Council states, “We submitted our study to the same journal and it was published and Harvard updated their review and their conclusion is now different,” he said.
“Their conclusion is now there’s no association between a high intake of dairy food and prostate cancer risk.
“It is important because it means we are having an impact in international research and we are competitive.
“This research has been published in the Journal of Cancer Institutes, which is one of the most important journals in cancer research.”
So keep drinking that milk & eating that yummy cheese!