Throughout our lives, we have been told to drink milk in order to build strong and healthy bones, but if the health credentials are real, then why is the US milk banned in Europe?
The selling point of milk is actually that the calcium that it contains helps in building healthy and strong bones, especially in young children.
But, according to some recent studies, it has been shown that milk actually gives children no more protection whatsoever against broken bones than children who drink less or no milk from a cow.
Cow’s milk when tested repeatedly shows evidence of unnatural hormones, which can actually affect negatively on the growth of a children.
The US Food and Drug Administration has approved the Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH) in 1994 in the US, when it is banned in 101 other countries.
RBGH has been shown to increase the risk of cancer, and oestrogen, GMO’s, pesticides as well as many other undesirable ingredients are often found in the testing of the milk from a cow.
COW’S MILK IS REALLY ONLY SUITABLE FOR ONE LIVING THING, AND THAT THING IS ACTUALLY THE BABY COW.
The European commission has found that:
“The public health committee confirmed earlier reports of excess levels of the naturally occurring Insulin-like-Growth Factor One (IGF-1), including its highly potent variants, in rBGH milk and concluded that these posed major risks of cancer, particularly of the breast and prostate, besides promoting the growth and inventiveness of cancer cells by inhibiting their programmed self-destruction (apoptosis).”
Some doctors are now suggesting to not feed the children with cow’s milk, because of the health implications. Some common childhood ailments like eczema, nasal and stomach problems are often attributed to the consumption of this kind of milk in children.
Dr Michael Klaper MD said:
“It’s not natural for humans to drink cow’s milk. Humans milk is for humans.
Cow’s milk is for calves. You have no more need of cow’s milk than you do rats milk, horses milk or elephant’s milk.
Cow’s milk is a high fat fluid exquisitely designed to turn a 65 lb baby calf into a 400 lb cow. That’s what cow’s milk is for!”
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