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Old 04-21-2012, 09:00 PM   #1
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Wink Plant Milks

http://community.breastcancer.org/li...ives-to-dairy/

Interesting article.
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Old 04-28-2012, 07:05 PM   #2
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Re: Plant Milks

Thanks.

I'm not a vegan but I like to experiment with vegan foods. I like hemp milk and coconut milk in cooking.
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4/19/11 Diagnosed invasive ductal carcinoma; 2.3 cm tumor, 1 axillary lymph node
HER-2+++, weakly ER+ (10%)
4/29/11 CT scan shows suspicious lesions on liver and lungs
5/17/11 liver biopsy
5/24/11 liver met confirmed--
Stage IV at diagnosis
5/27/11 Begin weekly Taxol & Herceptin for 3 months (standard of care at the time of my DX)
7/18/11 Switch to weekly Abraxane & Herceptin due to Taxol allergy
8/29/11 CT scan shows no new lesions & old lesions shrinking
9/27/11 Finish Abraxane. Herceptin every 3 weeks. Begin taking Arimidex
10/17/11--Brain MRI--No Brain mets
12/5/11 PET scan--Almost NED
5/15/12 PET scan shows progression-breast/chest (mediastinal lymph nodes)/spine (one vertebra)
5/22/12 Stopped taking Arimidex; stay on Herceptin
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6/11/12 Started Tykerb and Herceptin on clinical trial (w/no chemo)
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9/24/12 CT scan--No new mets. Everything stable.
11/19/12-Stable CT scan
12/13/12 CT Scan--NED

3/11/13 CT Scan--two small new possible mets and odd looking area in left lung getting larger.
4/2/13--Biopsy of suspicious area in lower left lung. Mets to lung confirmed (but it says cancer cells are "scant").
4/30/13 Began Kadcyla/TDM-1
8/16/13 PET scan "mixed," with some areas of increased uptake, but also some definite improvement, so I'll stay on TDM-1/Kadcyla.
11/11/13 Finally got hormone receptor results from lung biopsy of 4/2/13. My cancer is no longer ER positive.
11/13/13 PET scan mixed results again. We're calling it "stable." Problems breathing on exertion.
2/18/14 PET scan shows a new lesion and newly active lymph node in lung, other progression. Bye bye TDM-1.
2/28/14 Begin Herceptin/Perjeta every 3 weeks.
6/8/14 PET "mixed," with no new lesions, and everything but lower lungs improving. My breathing is better, though.
8/18/14 PET "mixed" again. Upper lungs & one spine met stable, lower lungs less FDG avidity, original tumor more avid, one lymph node in mediastinum is more avid.
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Old 05-04-2012, 09:35 AM   #3
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Re: Plant Milks

Coconut milk is fabulous for baking and lattes!
One problem - no calcium, unless it's added in. Almond milk contains a good amount of calcium.

I have been playing around with the idea of making poppy seed milk. Poppy seeds are loaded with calcium, and people in Eastern Europe do make milk from them. As soon as I find the spare time, I'll try it

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Old 05-04-2012, 09:54 AM   #4
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Wink Re: Plant Milks

Sounds interesting. Got a recipe? Have you ever tried pumpkin seed milk?
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Old 05-14-2012, 03:20 PM   #5
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Wink Re: Plant Milks

Dairy products, including milk are okay if a person is not lactose intollerant or a vegan. Plant milks provide good alternatives for vegans or lactose intollerant folks.
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Old 05-17-2012, 06:44 AM   #6
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Re: Plant Milks

"Perry" is a spammer. No actual intent to join in the conversation.

Plant milks can be delicious, and some of them offer nutrients that are desirable, but they don't really replace the nutrient profile of animal milk. (Which is not to say they should, I just think it's important to keep in mind.) Soy milk comes the closest to being equivalent to cow milk.

With lactose intolerance, for a lot of people "the cure is the disease." You can gradually rebuild tolerance if you used to have it and lost it. And even "intolerant" folks can manage a little at a time, in coffee or on cereal. For that matter, taking lactase enzyme works fine and doesn't cost a whole lot.
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4/19/11 Diagnosed invasive ductal carcinoma; 2.3 cm tumor, 1 axillary lymph node
HER-2+++, weakly ER+ (10%)
4/29/11 CT scan shows suspicious lesions on liver and lungs
5/17/11 liver biopsy
5/24/11 liver met confirmed--
Stage IV at diagnosis
5/27/11 Begin weekly Taxol & Herceptin for 3 months (standard of care at the time of my DX)
7/18/11 Switch to weekly Abraxane & Herceptin due to Taxol allergy
8/29/11 CT scan shows no new lesions & old lesions shrinking
9/27/11 Finish Abraxane. Herceptin every 3 weeks. Begin taking Arimidex
10/17/11--Brain MRI--No Brain mets
12/5/11 PET scan--Almost NED
5/15/12 PET scan shows progression-breast/chest (mediastinal lymph nodes)/spine (one vertebra)
5/22/12 Stopped taking Arimidex; stay on Herceptin
6/5/12 CT scan
shows everything stable
6/11/12 Started Tykerb and Herceptin on clinical trial (w/no chemo)
8/1/12 CT scan--stable.
9/24/12 CT scan--No new mets. Everything stable.
11/19/12-Stable CT scan
12/13/12 CT Scan--NED

3/11/13 CT Scan--two small new possible mets and odd looking area in left lung getting larger.
4/2/13--Biopsy of suspicious area in lower left lung. Mets to lung confirmed (but it says cancer cells are "scant").
4/30/13 Began Kadcyla/TDM-1
8/16/13 PET scan "mixed," with some areas of increased uptake, but also some definite improvement, so I'll stay on TDM-1/Kadcyla.
11/11/13 Finally got hormone receptor results from lung biopsy of 4/2/13. My cancer is no longer ER positive.
11/13/13 PET scan mixed results again. We're calling it "stable." Problems breathing on exertion.
2/18/14 PET scan shows a new lesion and newly active lymph node in lung, other progression. Bye bye TDM-1.
2/28/14 Begin Herceptin/Perjeta every 3 weeks.
6/8/14 PET "mixed," with no new lesions, and everything but lower lungs improving. My breathing is better, though.
8/18/14 PET "mixed" again. Upper lungs & one spine met stable, lower lungs less FDG avidity, original tumor more avid, one lymph node in mediastinum is more avid.
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