A great article from Healthline...
- the negative impact high-calcium foods have on vitamin D balance
- the increase in serum insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I) concentrations caused by dairy
- the effect of dairy on testosterone levels
Other dairy products
What are other risk factors for prostate cancer?
- race and ethnicity
- family history
- genetic changes
Race and ethnicity
Prostate cancer mortality rates around the world
- red-meat heavy diets
- exposure to chemicals
- prostate inflammation
What’s the outlook?
Are there ways to reduce risk for prostate cancer?
- Change your diet. Add lots of fruits and vegetables to your daily meal plan.
- Get active and stay fit. Go for walks, workout often, and maintain a healthy weight.
- Screen regularly. Regular prostate screenings are important for prevention and early detection. By testing for the disease before you have symptoms, your doctor is more likely to catch prostate cancer in its early stages.
- Try rice, oat, soy, coconut, or almond milk to replace cow’s milk.
- Try vegan cheese, yeast flakes, or crumbled tofu to replace dairy-based cheeses.
- Choose soy-based yogurts and ice cream instead of products with cow’s milk.