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White lies . Vegetarian and Vegan Foundation.


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492 Bobbins, John, 1987. A Diet for a New America , Stillpoint Publishing.


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508 Newby, J.A. and Howard, 2006. Environmental influences in cancer aetiology , 2006, 1-59.


509 Butler, J., 2006. White lies . Vegetarian and Vegan Foundation.


510 БФР (BGH, Bovine Growth Hormone ) – бычий фактор (гормон) роста. – Примеч. ред.


511 Butler, J., 2006. White lies . Vegetarian and Vegan Foundation.


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513 Holly, J.M.P., Gunnell, D.J. and Davey Smith, G., 1999. Growth hormone, IGF-I and cancer. Less intervention to avoid cancer? More intervention to prevent cancer? J. Endocrinol , 162, 321–330.


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516 Holly, J.M.P., Gunnell, D.J. and Davey Smith, G., 1999. Growth hormone, IGF-I and cancer. Less intervention to avoid cancer? More intervention to prevent cancer? J. Endocrinol , 162, 321–330.


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518 Bocchinfuso, W.F. and others, 2000. Induction of mammary gland development in estrogen receptor-alpha knoclout mice. Endocrinology; 141; 2983–2994; Attwood, C.S. and others, 2000. Progesterone induces side-branching of the ductal epithelium in the mammary glands of prepubertalmice. J. Endocrinology, 167, 39–52.


519 Campbell, T. Colin, Campbell, Thomas M. II, Robbins, John and Lyman Howard, 2006. The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted and the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-term Healths. Benbella Books.


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521 Campbell, T. Colin, Campbell, Thomas M. II, Robbins, John and Lyman Howard, 2006. The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted and the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-term Health. Benbella Books.


522 Cramer, D.W. and others, 1989. Galactose consumption and metabolism in relation to the risk of ovarian cancer Lancet , 2, 66–71.


523 Fairfield and others, 2004. A prospective study of dietary lactose and ovarian cancer. Int J. of Cancer , 110 (2), 271–277.


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526 Ganmaa, D. and Sato, A., 2005. Possible role of female sex hormones in milk from pregnant cows in the development of breast, ovarian and corpus uteri cancers. Medical Hypotheses , 65 (6), 1028–1037.


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528 Plant, Jane and Tidey, Gill, 2005. Eating for Better Health . Virgin Books.


529 Bahna, S,L., 1987. Milk allergy in infancy. Ann Allergy . 59, 131.


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537 Martin, Peter, 2002. Milk: Nectar or poison? Sunday Times Magazine , July 21. 2002.


538 Thorsdottir, I. and Ramel, A., 2003. Dietary intake of 10– to 16-year-old children and adolescents in Central and Northern Europe and association with the incidence of type-1 diabetes. Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism , 47 (6), 267–275.


539 Campbell, T. Colin, Campbell, Thomas M. II, Robbins, John and Lyman Howard, 2006. The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted and the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-term Health. Benbella Books.


540 TB bacteria found in treated milk. Sunday Times , 20 February, 2000.


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542 Millar, D. and others, 1996. IS900 PCR to detect Mycobacterium paratuberculosis in retail supplies of whole pasteurized cows' milk in England and Wales. Applied and Environmental Microbiology , 62 (9), 3446–3452.


543 Pickup, R.W. and others, 2005. MAP in the catchment area and water of the River Taff in South Wales, UK and its potential relationship to clustering of Crohn's disease cases in the city of Cardiff. Applied and Environmental Microbiology , 71 (4), 2130–2139.


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545 Джон Кребс – эколог и профессор Оксфордского университета, председатель совета Комитета по пищевым стандартам Великобритании. – Примеч. ред.


546 Butler, J., 2006. White lies. Vegetarian and Vegan Foundation.


547 Plant, Jane and Tidey, Gill, 2003. Understanding, Preventing and Overcoming Osteoporosis . London: Virgin Books.


548 Robbins, John, 1987. A Diet for a New America . Stillpoint Publishing.


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550 Campbell, T. Colin, Campbell, Thomas M. II, Robbins, John and Lyman Howard, 2006. The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted and the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-term Health. Benbella Books.


551 Акне – угревая сыпь. – Примеч. ред.


552 Ademamowo, C.A. and others, 2005. High-school dietary dairy intake and teenage acne. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology , 52 (2), 207–214.


553 Butler, J., 2006. White lies . Vegetarian and Vegan Foundation.


554 Toohey, M.L., and others, 1998. Cardiovascular disease risk factors are lower in African-American vegans compared to lacto-ovo-vegetarians. Journal of the American College of Nutrition , 17 (5), 425–434.


555 Park, M. and others, 2005. Consumption of milk and calcium in mid-life and the future risk of Parkinson disease. Neurology , 64, 1047–1051.


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564 Campbell, T.C. and Junshi, C., 1994. Diet and chronic degenerative disease perspectives from China, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition , 59 (Suppl.), 11 535-11 615.


565 Bernstein, L. and Ross, R.K., 1993. Endogenous hormones and breast cancer risk. Epidemiol Reviews , IS, 48–65; Pike and others, 1993. Estrogens, progestogens, normal breast proliferation and breast cancer risk. Epidemiol reviews . 15, 17–35.


566 Prentice. R. and others, 1990. Dietary fat reduction and plasma oestrodial concentration in healthy postmenopausal women. J. Natl Cancer Inst , 82, 129–134.


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568 Waxman, Jonathan, 2001. The Prostate Cancer Book . London: Vermillion.


569 Campbell, T, Colin, Campbell, Thomas M. II, Robbins, John and Lyman Howard, 2006. The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted and the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-term Health. Benbella Books.


570 Ornish, D and others, 2005. Intensive lifestyle changes may affect the progression of prostate cancer. Journal of Urology , 174 (3), 1065–1069.


571 Waxman, Jonathan, 2001. The Prostate Cancer Book . London: Vermillion.


572 Campbell, T. Colin, Campbell, Thomas M. II, Robbins, John and Lyman Howard, 2006. The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted and the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-term Health. Benbella Books.


573 Plant, Jane and Tidey, Gill, 2005. Eating for Better Health . Virgin Books. See also, Campbell, T, Colin, Campbell, Thomas M. II, Robbins, John and Lyman Howard, 2006. The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted and the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Longterm Health . Benbella Books; Robbins, John, 1987. A Diet for a New America . Stillpoint Publishing.


574 Newby, J.A. and Howard, C.V., 2006. Environmental influences in cancer aetiology. Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine , 2006, 1–59.


575 Campbell, T.C. and Junshi, C., 1994. Diet and chronic degenerative disease perspectives from China. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition , 59 (Suppl.), 11 535-31 615.


576 Food Chemical News , April 29, 1996.


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581 Zhou, J.-R., Gugger, E.T., Tanaka, T., Guo, Y., Blackburn, G.L. and Clinton, S.K., 1999. Soy-bean phytochemicals inhibit the growth of transplantable human prostate carcinoma and tumor angiogenesis in mice. J. Nutr., 129, 1628–1635; Davis, J.N., Singh, B., Bhuiyan, M. and Sarkar, F.H., 1998, Genistein-induced upregulation of p21WAFl, downregulation of cyclin B, and induction of apoptosis in prostate cancer cells. Nutr Cancer , 32, 123–131; The Royal Society, 2000. Endocrine-disrupting chemicals. Document 06/00. The Royal Society; Setchell, K.D.R., 1998. Phyto-oestrogens: the biochemistry, physiology and implications for human health of soy isoflavones, Nutrition , 68, 1333S-1346S.


582 Glenville, Marilyn, 2003. The New Natural Alternatives to HRT . Second edition. Kyle Cathie.


583 Campbell, T. Colin, Campbell, Thomas M. II, Robbins, John and Lyman Howard, 2006. The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted and the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-term Health. Benbella Books.

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