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Milk increases risk of Parkinson’s and doubles the risk of Huntington’s -July 2019

Why Some Dairy Products are More Closely Linked to Parkinson’s Disease Dr. Greger

  • “The (PD) risk increased by 17 percent for every small glass of milk a day and 13 percent for every daily half slice of cheese.”
  • : The relationship between dairy and Huntington’s disease appears similar. Huntington’s is a horrible degenerative brain disease that runs in families and whose early onset may be doubled by dairy consumption …”

He refers to his videos (which have transcripts)

Is Milk Good for Our Bones? 2015

    • “The galactose in milk may explain why milk consumption is associated with significantly higher risk of hip fractures, cancer, and premature death”
  • “They slip them (rats) a little galactose and you can shorten their lifespan, cause oxidative stress, inflammation, brain degeneration, just with the equivalent of one to two glasses of milk’s worth of galactose a day.”
  • “A hundred thousand men and women followed for up to 20 years; what did they find? Milk-drinking women had higher rates of death, more heart disease, and significantly more cancer for each glass of milk. Three glasses a day was associated with nearly twice the risk of death. And they had significantly more bone and hip fractures too.”

Image from the video

Could Lactose Explain the Milk & Parkinson’s Disease Link? Aug 2016


Overview Parkinson's and Vitamin D contains the following summary

High % of non-organic milk samples have antibiotics and pesticides

Note: Both antibiotics and pesticides reduce levels of vitamin D

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