Marketing Milk and Disease: Why You Should Avoid Most Dairy Products

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Milk, Cheese, ButterThanks to Dr. Newman for sending me the link to the video. ~ PL Chang

Are dairy products (i.e., milk, cheese) good for your health? According to John A. McDougall, dairy products are not as healthy as they claim, especially conventional dairy products. The informational video in this article explains why conventional diary products are health hazards and how they are linked to chronic health conditions, such as chronic fatigue, atherosclerosis, anemia, constipation, degenerative disease, cancer, allergies, infection, food poisoning, etc.

Here are some shocking facts about dairy products that should make you think twice about eating or drinking dairy products:

  • Cow’s milk contains “pus” which is created when white blood cells fight infections caused by certain harmful microorganisms.
  • Many dairy cattle are infected with bovine immunodeficiency viruses (BIV) and bovine leukemia viruses (BLV). According to John A. McDougall, BIV is also known as Bovine AIDS viruses. “In the United States, results show that, on average, 40% of beef herds and 64% of dairy herds are infected with BIV and 89% of dairy herds infected with BLV.”
  • A study done on breast cancer found that “10 of 23 human breast cancer specimens were infected with BLV.”
  • Conventional cow’s milk is one of the causes of allergies and has been linked to diabetes.
  • In certain places, dead cows are still being used as feed for cattle. Many of these cattle are used to produce milk.
  • Conventional cow’s milk does a poor job of strengthening bones, because it lacks the right nutrients to help the body to absorb and utilize calcium.
  • Conventional cow’s milk has been linked to serious gastrointestinal disorders, neurodegenerative disease (i.e., Parkinson’s), heart disease, and brain disease.

Marketing Milk and Disease: John A. McDougall, M.D.

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Category: Cancer, Chronic Disease & Health Condition, Diabetes, Processed Food & Drink

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  1. Fred says:

    I agree about “conventional milk,” and avoided most dairy for ca. 15 years, before learning about the benefits of raw milk (definitely not ‘conventional’ today!) about 9 years ago. Since then, my family, including our two children, have been drinking good amounts of this extremely high-quality nutrition with outstanding results. Raw milk is a ‘live’ food, and hasn’t been compromised by pasteurization–therefore, you can not only tolerate it, but benefit from this outstanding whole food. Check out the Weston Price Foundation about this. As usual, those in power (those at the top of the food chain in the prevailing paradigm of thinking and consumption) work to discredit their ‘competitors’ and to ramp up fears, so raw milk producers continue to face ridiculous attacks. Do yourself and your loved ones a favor and see if raw milk can help you–it certainly has been a gift for us!

  2. kiwi girl says:

    Recently I stopped consuming cows milk. I previously had on average 2 cups tea with milk a day.

    Since I stopped the brain fog/chronic fatigue I gave suffered with for the last decade is gone. The pains I would wake up with in my thighs is gone.

    I make my own almond milk, easy as.

    Just makes me think how much poison is in milk and dairy products that caused me to feel that way, particularly as I didn’t consume much of it overall.

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