Was it the milk itself or something in the milk? A possible better choice is the Organic milk you see on the Dairy shelf. In any event try to eliminate or at least minimize your milk consumption. Diabetes, Breast and Ovarian Cancer have been associated with increased risk to those who drink milk.
The risk is associated with 30 grams of lactose consumption from ALL sources daily. About 21/2 cups of milk a day. So why do this. Stop and reduce your risk of Ovarian cancer. There is NO hard data to reach this conclusion but who needs to POSSIBLY increase this risk??? Your choice---> Create Health not risk
No conclusive correlation has been proven - But what about Ovarian cancer? Why risk it.
No Clear connection to risk here either.
Bottom line is be careful and take each mouthful seriously.
J. Clin. Endocrinol. Metab. 92:2017, 2007
Cancer Epidemiol. Biomarkers Prev. 15: 364,2006
Int. J. epidemiol. 31:78, 2002
BIG IS NOT BETTER WE ARE NOT ENTERING AN EXTREME EATING COMPETITION!
Quick notes so your prepared for a healthy Holiday season:
1. Cheesecake Fattory - things to avoid- ULTIMATE RED VELVET This cake has is 3/4 pounds and 1540 calories and 59 grams of fat. Hey you just had dinner how many calories was that? Your call! 911 may be next!
2. Monster Bacon N Cheeseburger
even the name says stay away. 1250 calories and 2 days of satturated fats at 42 grams. A real heavyweight. Your blood pressure will enjoy the 1590 milligrams of sodium. Don't hop away RUN from this one.
3.Bold Stone Creamery - Very supportive of you sense of TASTE a 2.010 calorie PB&C shake, 68 grams of sat fat - all in just 24 ounces.
That's all for now. The ER just called me to do another admission - a overweight diabetic with chest pain.
To your health,
Victor Genchi DDS, MD