Wednesday, September 29, 2010
In response to an article from McGill university about the safety of skim milk because" it is free of hormones." I sent this e-mail to one of the professors at the Office for Science and Society.
Dr. Schwarcz: I recently read an article from the Office for Science and Society on Milk, Hormones and Cancer. There were some errors in the discussion that I wished to correct. First, the most abundant estrogen in cow's milk is estrone sulfate. It is a water soluble estrogen and is most plentiful in fat free and skim milk and their derivatives. When consumed, it is deconjugated and converted into estrone . Estrone further induces a cytochrome p450 enzyme known as CYP1B1. CYB1B1 converts estrone into 16-alpha hydroxyestrone. This is a very dangerous estrogen that is both pro-inflammatory and carcinogenic. Encouraging people to believe that milk is safe and that skim or fat free milk is free of estrogens is both incorrect and dangerous.-Robert D. Bibb, M.D. Author of Deadly Dairy Deception.
Saturday, September 4, 2010
One of my patients who is from Germany and has a home in the U.S. recently told me he was diagnosed with prostate cancer. His PSA at diagnosis was 5.5. I told him that he should immediately rid himself of all dietary dairy related foods and suggested vitamin D at 4,000 units per day. He went back to Germany for surgery. His urologist checked his PSA since it had been over six weeks since the initial biopsy diagnosis. His PSA had dropped to 0.9. They waited fro six weeks again and repeated the PSA. The PSA was now 0.09. His urologist felt that his cancer had likely resolved. They wished to contact me to get a copy of my book and recommendations. I have
obliged them. The known success rate with early cancer resolution has now moved to 30 out of 31 with a dairy free diet and vitamin D.-Robert D. Bibb, M.D.