Estrogen levels in cow’s milk don’t affect humans, study shows

Estrogen levels in cow’s milk don’t affect humans, study shows

Category : Dairy

 

Scientists at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia have shown that consuming estrogen in cow’s milk does not affect blood levels or reproductive health. Bovine milk contains naturally-occurring estrogens, and there has been concern that consuming cow’s milk with elevated estrogen levels could affect estrogen levels in humans, potentially leading to an increased risk of some cancers.


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