Archive | September, 2019

“No milk for research!” (A Sisyphian tale … still in progress)

Based on our “back to the future” protocol revision approved by the, we began to contact dairies, creameries, farm organizations, and agriculture-related educational institutions. We assumed that obtaining raw milk would be relatively easy given that the study’s investigators lived and worked in the San Francisco Bay area which included the global birth of the […]

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DRAFT: Testing BPA levels in milk: A long circuitous route sourcing dairy for the study

According to U.S. government data, dairy products are the primary source of calcium in the American diet. That’s a primary reason to include dairy in our dietary intervention study of the human effects of Bisphenol A and other plastic-derived environmental chemicals. Indeed, some studies consider milk as an almost nutritionally complete food. And while dairy […]

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