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From: Marie Oser (marie.veggiechef.com)
Subject:         Re: Soy cheese and cassein
Date: April 29, 2006 at 1:09 pm PST

In Reply to: Soy cheese and cassein posted by s.oc on April 19, 2006 at 8:10 am:

I avoid all products with casein or whey (both byproducts of the dairy industry) FOLLOW YOUR HEART makes a line of vegan cheese under the VEGAN GOURMET label that is terrific!
The cheddar is my favorite. :))

Know why Elmer's glue has a cow on the label? Casein is the traditional ingredient in the manufacture of glue. Nice.

There is compelling evidence that casein is a carcinogen. Studies published by T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D., professor of nutritional biochemistry at Cornell University , demonstrated a direct relationship between casein in the food of laboratory mice and liver cancer.

Dr. Campbell was able to show that with a diet of 20% casein (a milk protein) rats developed carcinogenic tumors. Switching the rats to a plant-based diet resulted in a decrease in tumor growth. Switching back to the casein diet brought renewed tumor growth.

He was able to conclude that animal-based foods increased tumors while plant-based foods decreased the development of tumors.

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