250 ml of milk a day can reduce the risk of colon cancer
250 ml of milk per day can prevent colon cancer, but drinking too much may cause prostate disease. Milk can be healthy and has many benefits. Recently, American scientists have found that reducing 250 ml of milk per day can also reduce the risk of colon cancer.
Scientists at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston and Harvard Medical School surveyed 500,000 people from five countries and analyzed their daily intake of milk, cheese, yogurt, and other foods high in calcium.
It was found that women who took 250 ml of milk a day were 15% less likely to develop colon cancer than women who did not like milk. For men, the figure was 10%.
However, this anti-colon cancer effect is only obvious when drinking milk, cheese and yogurt are not very effective.
In the course of the research, scientists also found that the more milk you drink, the better.
They said that when a person drinks more than 1 liter of milk a day, it will not bring anything to health. On the contrary, it is harmful because excessive calcium may cause deformation of organs such as the prostate.
Therefore, experts recommend that calcium should be considered in its overall physical condition.
In addition, if the accidental intake during normal meals is generally high, then you must exercise more, otherwise, even if you drink milk every day, you may still develop colon cancer.