Cows' Milk (Pasteurized Milk)
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- Some researchers at Hospital for Sick Kids in Toronto suggested that drinking the milk from cows could have an impact on diabetes and multiple sclerosis.
- People with MS who were involved in the research had an abnormal immune system response to cow's milk.
- The link is more pronounced in diabetics and the correlation with MS is tenuous.
- There is not enough evidence for people to stop drinking milk or to not give their infants milk or formula.
- “Correlation Between Milk and Dairy Product Consumption and Multiple Sclerosis Prevalence: A Worldwide Study.” Neuroepidemiology 1992;11(4-6):304-12
- “Correlation Analysis Between Bovine Populations, Other Farm Animals, House Pets, and Multiple Sclerosis Prevalence.” Neuroepidemiology 1993;12(1):15-27
- “Milk Consumption and Multiple Sclerosis--An Etiological Hypothesis.”
Med Hypotheses. 1986 Feb;19(2):169-78.
 ASK MS Article
- Toronto Researchers Link Diabetes and Multiple Sclerosis and Probe Cow’s Milk Association 2.2.13.i
Cohem, Robert. “The Role of Dairy in MS.” 25 Jul. 2004 <http://weeksmd.com/articles/ms/Multiple_Sclerosis_and_Dairy.html>.
McIllroy, Anne. “Researchers Link Cows’ Milk to Juvenile Diabetes and MS.” The Globe and Mail. 21 Mar. 2001. 25 Jul. 2004 <http://hdlighthouse.org/see/diet/milk.htm>.