At this point in the series, I would like to share some questions, raised from the findings that cow’s milk protein (casein) is a chemical carcinogen.
T. Colin Campbell, PhD
Casein is a chemical carcinogen.
Some chemicals in our environment qualify as carcinogens.
I have long been interested in the association of food with human health, ever since I entered my graduate studies program at Cornell University in August of 1956.
Yes, this is sad. Science is a fleeting thing and very few people who worship the contemporary system, want to hear the message that we are promoting.
The following video is a highlight from our October 2014 Campbell’s Office Hours Webinar provided for current and past students.
Quite a few people have asked for my comments on the Bazzano study Effects of low- carbohydrate and low-fat diets recently reported in the NY Times.
Science, according to an abbreviated definition of the Oxford dictionary, is the activity of observing the natural world, through systematic study and experimentation.
What does it mean to have scientific evidence on our side? It means having added value and, very likely, money in the bank, pure and simple.
So, what’s wrong with that? Nothing—if we really understand what ‘science’ means and if we use it properly and wisely.
I read with interest the comments on my essay, Fed Up With Fed Up. I particularly welcome the challenges, especially those who thought that I understated the case against sugar.