saw my look of surprise, and almost apologetically explained that his grandchildren loved milk, so she had bought specially for his visit.
But what really hurt me to know that she was giving their grandchildren a toxic concoction such.
Fortunately, savers and know to avoid milk because it is both acidification and toxic.
But today you will learn how milk harms bones and overall health in multiple ways rarely ever mentioned, some of which I’m sure will surprise you.
“drink a lot of milk”
That’s what my doctor told me when I was diagnosed with osteoporosis. However, as will be seen, that advice is totally wrong … in fact, it is harmful, even if you are part of the minority that is tolerant to lactose.
So let’s look at three reasons why this advice is so wrong, and …
How the bones and the sector will have Avoiding milk
1. You bring your hormones back into balance
Many people It assumes that if a milk carton claims “no added artificial hormones”, then the milk is free of hormones. The reality is that milk naturally contains many hormones, either raw, pasteurized, grass-fed, organic, or “hormone-free”. In fact, milk contains about 60 hormones, even if it is a cow that has never been given hormones artificially.
These are just some of the hormones in your glass of milk:
- Progesterone (pregnenolone)
- 5α-pregnan-3β-ol-20-one, 20α- and 20β-dihydroprogesterone (progesterone)
- insulin like growth factors 1 and 2 (IGF-1 and IGF-2)
- Bovine Growth Hormone
to keep milk production up, dairy cows are injected routinely with recombinant bovine growth hormone (rBGH), a hormone FDA, synthetic production increases approved cow milk. It is not only possible for a cow to give the amount of milk needed to meet demand without artificial hormonal stimulation.
rBGH causes an increase in levels cow factor similar to insulin (IGF-1), which then ends in their milk growth. IGF-1 is impermeable to pasteurization and even digestion, which means that is absorbed into the bloodstream almost unchanged.
In addition, rBGH itself may be present in milk and absorbed, increased IGF-1 in the human body as it does in the body of the cow.
As their names imply, rBGH and IGF-1 are intended to grow things (specifically, calves). The problem is, they grow things wrong in humans -. Because cancer cells
Yet another problem with this synthetic hormone is that it makes cattle more susceptible to infections of the udder, which requires the use antibiotic. (More information about antibiotics in milk later.) In fact, many dairy farmers who administer rBGH systematically to antibiotics, even if there is no infection, paving the way for the development of “superbugs” or resistant bacteria antibiotics then enter the food supply.
Remember, even the cows that were never given rBGH-free milk do not produce hormones. Raw milk, organic milk, no matter; whole milk is naturally rich in growth hormones since it is designed to grow calves.
2. You Do not eat pus cells and antibiotics
I I know – yuck! That was my reaction upon discovering this. But the fact is that the glass of milk contains an alarming amount of pus, and here’s why.
As mentioned above, when cows given rBGH, which makes them susceptible to chronic mastitis (udder infection). The prevalence of this disease has led to the US dairy industry an allowable number of “somatic cells (body cells”) is stated to be present in milk.
Somatic cells are present in all mammalian milk; that is inevitable since milk is produced in the body. If cow’s milk is healthy, somatic cells are no big deal. In diseased and infected cows, however, somatic cells are much larger in number and take the form of neutrophils, or pus cells forming.
take this into account when considering this fact: the average number of somatic cells present in American milk is 1,120,000. And most of them are pus
Here’s another problem with chronic infections and antibiotics: Antibiotics end .. in milk, and antibiotics actually accelerate bone loss
3. You reduce your exposure to pesticides
according to a study in 2004 by the pesticide data Program USDA (PDP), pesticide residues in milk are alarmingly frequent and widespread. More than 95% of milk samples in the study contained dde1, a chemical that results from the breakdown of the infamous pesticide DDT, which was banned in the 1970s Despite the ban, DDT is fiercely persistent in the environment environment, particularly on the ground. Cattle eat this when they eat hay, corn, grass, etc. grown on land that was once soaked with DDT.
The PDP also found diphenylamine (DPA) in 99% of samples, an industrial chemical used in the manufacture of certain drugs, plastic and rubber.
Dieldrin is another banned pesticide, found in 41% of samples of PDP.
The list is endless include endosulfan sulfate, which disrupts the endocrine system, and 3-hydroxycarbofuran which is a highly toxic byproduct of carbamate insecticide fault.
There are still other poisonous pesticides found in milk … the list is very extensive.
The conclusion is that by avoiding milk, which is avoiding contact with an important source of pesticide exposure and ingestion.
Personally, I need nothing more convincing than a myth that cow’s milk is good for the bones.
What about yogurt, cheese and other dairy products?
I know that all dairy products are made from cow’s milk. That’s why, despite natural yogurt, organic is alkalizing, never recommend the consumption of large quantities of the same or any meal. Cheese is acidifying, like all dairy products that are not fermented and not containing probiotics. So when followthe Save Program our bones will not be ingesting a lot of cheese or other dairy product.
What about raw milk?
Many of you have written and asked about raw milk, unpasteurized, organic and correctly pointed out that usually it is less contaminated than the processed, pasteurized, homogenized milk. But I still do not recommend drinking milk, and here’s why.
As mentioned above, all milk contains hormones. Store-bought milk has rBGH synthetic, and raw, organic milk has natural hormones to boost growth of calves … not intended for people.
In addition, pesticide residues can still be found in organic milk, grass-fed due to the persistence of pesticides in the environment.
Finally, raw milk that is safe and affordable is very difficult to obtain. No health benefits (and damage to the proven health), which is not only worth trying to get raw milk, especially when so many delicious alternatives are available (as discussed below).
So what is a saver drink?
addition of distilled water with lemon juice, lemonade healthy bone, and other health drinks, drink milk unsweetened almond milk as an alternative healthy bone.
There are many other nut milks available as well, such as hemp and coconut. You can easily make your own nut milk at home, too, hazelnuts, cashews, almonds, and so on – The Internet is full of DIY recipes for these healthy drinks. This is a good option if you want to avoid sugar and other additives that sometimes make their way into commercial nut milk.
When switching from cow’s milk nut milk and other healthful drinks, you might be concerned about the accumulation of toxins incurred in last years -. And rightly