Consuming 2-3 cups of milk per day can increase breast cancer risk by 70% - 80%.
LOS ANGELES: Dairy milk intake may be linked to a greater risk of breast cancer, according to a study that may lead to new clinical dietary recommendations for women to prevent malignant disease. The researchers, including those from Loma Linda University in the US, said the observational study gives "fairly strong evidence that either dairy milk or some other factor closely related to drinking dairy milk is a cause of breast cancer in women.
Binders: Flour, wheat germ.
Butters: Avocado, nut spreads, fruit spreads, dates. Ingredient exchange: To replace 1 cup butter, shortening, margarine, or oil in baking use, cut fat to ½ or ¼ cup or omit, adding applesauce, water, or juice plus 2 Tablespoons per cup soy flour in its place.
Broth: Chicken/beef: Check ingredients for ready-made broths; look for nutmeg, lactose, whey, mace, some Loma Linda and Worthington products contain egg whites or whey.