How does a world acclaimed, award winning Professor of Nutritional Biochemistry who grew up on a dairy farm, discover that the main protein in cows milk may actually be promoting cancer growth? This is the story of Professor T Colin Campbell and The China Study.
What is Milk and Where does it come from?
Lets go over some High School science, just to lay a solid foundation for this topic. Humans belong to a particular class of animals called Mammals. What makes an animal a mammal are several things – but one of the defining qualities of Mammals is that they have glands that give milk to feed their babies – hence the class name is from the Latin word “mamma” or "breast".
When we’re faced with changing our lives, in any way, we often come up with reasons why not to change. Change is uncomfortable, change can be challenging, change takes effort. There’s many reasons why not to change. And so we tend to avoid it, and justify why we don’t do it.
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