Regular consumption of milk lowers the risk of stomach cancer, claim Japanese researchers from Nagoya University.
The study involved 500 people, which was observed by scientists. This has allowed researchers to establish that only 180 – 220 ml milk (about a Cup) per day reduce the risk of developing bowel cancer by 10 – 12%.
For more precise conclusions, scientists need to conduct extensive research in different countries of the world for a long time. However, it is known that milk is rich in calcium, which in turn reduces the risk of cancers of the colon, experts say.
Milk contains more than two hundred components. The most important of them are water, digestible proteins, fats, carbohydrates, mineral salts, vitamins and other substances necessary for normal growth and functioning of the human body of any age, added the experts.
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