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2. Whey. Many studies have shown that casein, the primary milk protein, increases IGF-1 and inflammation, both of which are deadly. However, whey, the other milk protein, appears to be the white sheep of the family. One study, for example, specifically looked at whether it was casein or whey that caused increased IGF-1 levels and found that only casein was the culprit: whey left IGF-1 levels untouched.  Whey is also known for its immune-boosting powers, which should be an asset in fighting cancer as well. However, keep in mind that the typical whey is loaded with dangerous excitotoxins and I document that in my link called No Whey! The alternative is Undenatured or Biologically Active Whey..
3. Fruits, Vegetables and a Low Fat Diet. I have shown in my links on Cancer Protection and the Ornish Diet that these two are powerful protectors against cancer. Of course, there's no guarantees in life, but these definitely decrease the odds according to the research.
4. Exercise. It's no secret that exercise, especially with intensity, increases Growth Hormone levels. IGF-1 is a metabolite, i.e. a byproduct, of Growth Hormone in the liver. So then the more you exercise, the more IGF-1 and the more cancer risk, right? Wrong! Researchers have found that exercise increases the sensitivity of IGF-1 receptor sites and so athletes consistently have lower IGF-1 levels. 
Again, you must decide yourself whether consumption of animal protein is worth the risk. Jack LaLanne is an anecdotal example of doing this successfully: he ate abundant fruits and vegetables, lifted and exercised intensely all his life, and ate copius amounts of egg whites. However, I think that the above four factors can overcome these concerns.
CAUTION: If you have a medical condition or are on any medications, please discuss any changes with your doctor first. Certain supplements, foods and even juices can alter absorption rates of certain medications for example. Play it safe.
11) Arch Pathol, 1968, 85:133–7, "The effect of dietary protein on carcinogenesis of aflatoxin".
2) Eur J Clin Nutr, 2009 Sep, 63(9):1076-83, Epub 2009 May 27, "Differential effects of casein versus whey on fasting plasma levels of insulin, IGF-1 and IGF-1/IGFBP-3: results from a randomized 7-day supplementation study in prepubertal boys"
3) "The Inter-Relationship Between Growth Hormone, IFG-1 and Cancer", Rashid A Buttar, D.O., Visiting Scientist, North Caroline State University, As published in 'Anti-Aging Medical Therapies, Volume 5'
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