Denise Minger Discusses The China Study

Denise Minger’s analysis of T. Colin Campbell’s The China Study is famous by now (though certainly not without critics).  Here’s her recent talk on it from the 5th Annual Low Carb Cruise.

I particularly enjoyed Part 4, where she quotes from Campbell’s published peer-reviewed research to contradict Campbell’s assertions in his book (which is not peer reviewed).

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

2 Responses to “Denise Minger Discusses The China Study”

  1. I was interested until you said that Campbell concluded that casein was carcinogenic. Hats a blatant falsehood. His book more than adequately explains that there was a connection between higher casein intake and the bodies ability to FIGHT cancer cells. Also, you mockingly compare casein found in human milk to the casein found in cows milk. The enzyme reaction during digestion is different when consuming a milk from another species. Apparently you did not do your homework before your critique. Don’t fight what you are proclaiming as contradictions with lies that cause you to lose credibility.


Leave a Reply