A study in Norway found that people who consume three cups of milk a day are three times more likely to develop breast cancer than those who consume one or a half cup of milk a day.
Breast cancer rates have increased significantly in recent years and, according to science, milk has a lot to do with it.
The highest rates of breast cancer were found in:
– Great Britain
And these countries are known to consume significantly more milk than other countries in the world.
In addition, the Norwegian study has found that breast cancer is extremely backward in countries where milk consumption is at a lower level.
Milk contains hormones and other components that have the potential to cause cancer. This also applies to processed vitamin D supplements that are added regularly to milk and other dairy products.
In addition, it has been shown that people with breast cancer consume twice as much vitamin D compared to others.
There are other factors that can contribute to the development of breast cancer, such as low consumption of vegetables and fish, and excessive consumption of processed sugar, dough, and pork.
In addition, wearing inappropriate bras, especially those that are too tight, can increase the risk of developing breast cancer.
Women who wear their bras regularly for 12 hours are 20 times more likely to develop breast cancer than those who wear them occasionally or never.