POISON No. 1: MILK (The Deadly Poison)


POISON No. 3: MILK (The Deadly Poison)

Cow’s Milk is the “Perfect Food” for Baby Calves!!!
People who have been taught that cow’s milk is the perfect food are usually
shocked to hear that dairy consumption is a major contributor in nearly two
dozen diseases of children and adults.
Nature created human mother’s milk for baby humans, cow mother’s
milk for baby cows, and so on.

Asked what single change in the American diet would produce the greatest
health benefit, Washington DC based pediatrician Russell Bunai, says
“Eliminating dairy products out of the diet.”

Drinking milk is promoted as essential to good health. Milk is said to be the
“perfect food.” Subtle advertising messages like “Milk Does a Body Good”
are imprinted in our minds from an early age. There’s a multibillion dollar
industry whose very survival depends on their ability to keep promoting and
brainwashing people into this idea that milk is essential to build strong bones.
Well, one thing’s for sure: Drinking milk builds dairy producers’ profits.
Despite what the dairy industry has led us to believe, the wealth of research
available on milk and calcium shows a completely different story.
Dr William Ellis, who has studied the effects of dairy foods for more than
four decades, states: Thousands upon thousands of blood tests I’ve conducted
show that people who drink three or four glasses of milk a day invariably had
the lowest levels of blood calcium.”
Dr Ellis says that these tests showed conclusively THAT ADULTS WHO
Furthermore, he outlines how milk drinking causes malabsorption.
The first reason is that milk and milk products have a great ability to
neutralize hydrochloric acid (this acid aids in the digestion of your food).
This forces your stomach to work harder to produce enough hydrochloric
acid to digest your food.

The second reason and most revealing is that MILK AND MILK
mucus in the intestines hardens and forms a coating on the inner lining that is
relatively impermeable to nutrients. This, of course, means poor
absorption, which results in chronic fatigue.
In full agreement, Dr. Kurt Esselbacher (Chairman of Medicine of the
Harvard Medical School) writes: “Tests on more than 25,000 blood
samples show adults using milk do not absorb nutrients as well as those
who don’t. Milk forms a mucous coating inside the intestines, resulting in
poor absorption and assimilation.
They also found that milk is a cause, rather than a prevention, of
osteoporosis. America being one of the largest consumers of dairy as a
country, has one of the highest rates of osteoporosis. Scientists have found
that there is a direct correlation between dairy intake and osteoporosis.
Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health looked at all of the
studies of dairy consumption in human beings and wrote, in 2005: “The
recommendation to drink three glasses of low-fat milk or eat three
servings of other dairy products per day to prevent osteoporosis is
another step in the wrong direction.
The problem is that cow’s milk is very high in protein. The excessive protein
in milk causes the blood to become very acidic. To buffer this rise in acid, the
body pulls off the calcium right out of your bones, a process known as
calcium leaching.
And the greater your protein intake, the higher your calcium losses will be,
and this calcium leaching will continue unless you reduce your protein
consumption (in other words drinking more and more milk won’t stop the
calcium leaching from your bones but increase it).
According to Susan Stockton, Author of ‘The Book of Health’:
“A major reason that we become calcium deficient is that we take in too
much protein (including diary product) which causes an over-acid
condition, necessitating the robbing of body’s storehouse (bones and other
tissue) to buffer the acidity with an alkaline mineral, calcium.”

Furthermore the calcium in milk is not absorbed because it does not contain
the appropriate ratios of other minerals such as magnesium and manganese as
as vitamin B 12 which our bodies require in order to properly assimilate
calcium. These substances are not present in milk in a way that our bodies
can absorb; cow milk is for calves, not for human adults.
The great Dr Frank Oski, the leading pediatrician in the US and former
Chairman of Pediatrics at Johns Hopkins, says, ‘There’s no reason to drink
cow’s milk at any time in your life. It was designed for calves, it was not
designed for humans, and we should all stop drinking it today.”

Milk and other dairy products weaken the bones and accelerate
That’s right, consumption of milk causes the very
condition it’s advertised to prevent. If you want strong
bones, don’t drink milk.

Harvard University’s landmark Nurses Health Study, which followed 78,000
women over a 12-year period, found that the women who consumed the
most calcium from dairy foods broke more bones than those who rarely
drank milk.

“The association between the intake of animal protein and fracture
rates appears to be as strong as the association between cigarette
smoking and lung cancer.”
—Dr. T. Colin Campbell

Dr. Ellis conclusively states: “Dairy products are “simply no good for
humans… There is overwhelming evidence that milk and milk
products are harmful to both adults and infants.”

So what can I do to prevent osteoporosis and build strong bones?

  • Get plenty of exercise. Studies have concluded that physical

    exercise is the key to building strong bones (it’s more important

    than any other factor).

  • Eliminate animal protein. Animal protein causes severe bone


  • Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. The healthiest and highly

    absorbable sources of calcium are dark green vegetables (such as

    broccoli, bok choy, kale and parsley), fruits, legumes, sesame

    seeds, almonds, figs, and seaweed.

So how come you didn’t know about the harmful impact of milk and how it
can actually give you weak bones rather than strong ones?
Remember, the dairy industry spends hundreds of millions of dollars every
year on advertising to convince us that their products are absolutely essential
for your health, to push the message of strong bones and osteoporosis
prevention inside almost every popular magazine, in as many strategically
placed television commercials, into the posters of celebrities with “milk
mustaches” hanging inside classrooms or on your own room’s walls. Never
mind the truth. Never mind the increased risks in heart disease,
diabetes, osteoporosis, and four kinds of cancer (colon, breast, ovarian and
The dairy industry is a very powerful force, controlling the USDA’s
nutritional guidelines and influencing people’s thoughts about milk.
The advertisers’ power to dictate the content of what we see as news and
entertainment keeps growing every year. And we’ve seen that corporations
will serve their own interest before they serve the public interest and have
historically demonstrated to also serve their own interest at the expense of the
public’s welfare.

Author : kaabinet



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