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Why cows milk and cheese is no longer safe

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posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 07:26 PM
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I've often thought that if you force nature, you end up with a type of food that no longer does you the slightest bit of good, but will actually end up as a slow poison. But if this said poison is making a corporation a great deal of money, to survive the Corporation will do everything it can to replace the truth with spin. Here we have a classic case of a good food being pushed to the point where we are now suffering long term serious health consequences. One of the main anti cancer drugs is called Tamoxifen (excuse the spelling) what it basically does is reduce the amount of a growth hormone in adults that seem to have to much of it which increases cell division. Which is what a cancer is, in fact an uncontrolled cell division. I was wondering why a perfectly good healthy adult should have too much of this growth hormone in the first place. The culprit seems to be modern dairy produce. The Cows growth hormone which changes a calf into a two ton beast, in about eighteen months is the same one that turns a human child into an adult after puberty. After this stage the hormone decreases as this accelerated growth is no longer required and can be counter productive. Where cows milk is not consumed, prostate and breast cancers are insignificant, but where it is consumed in larger quantities it is now reaching epidemic proportions.
The reason why, is that for a cow to produce milk all the year around ,it must have really high levels of hormones, in fact five hundred per cent more than said cow had in 1947.This has consequences for dairy consumers, as the LGH1 growth hormone that the mother cow produces for the calf and Oestrogen levels cant be removed by pasteurisation. In fact we might be looking at the cluster f%#$@ effect as most triglyceride levels are gained from Dairy, Which increases heart disease, also consumption of milk acidifies the blood, and the only place the body can get the calcium to neutralise it is from the bones leading to Osteoporosis, so milk is not good for bones as we have been told. In fact Areas of high milk consumption have the highest hip fractures in the elderly. This I know goes against what we have been told, and its up to you to make the decision to change. But what gave me the main heads up was this professor that had terminal breast cancer, many years ago and is still going strong and remains cancer free, if it was only her it could be passed off as an anomaly but twenty six fellow terminal sufferers, followed her dietary advice and reversed all signs of cancer. rense.com... I remembered her from a radio interview many years ago.I also note that she is well respected scientist in her field.




posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 07:27 PM
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Not in Canada.



posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 07:45 PM
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a reply to: Retikx

In England?



posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 07:45 PM
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a reply to: Retikx

I heard that they were onto it, but even mince meat is ground up dairy cows, Hamburgers anyone.?



posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 07:48 PM
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Oh ye and what about them cows on steroids...



posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 07:53 PM
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This is why I prefer synthetic lab based meats and cheeses.....at least it's produced in sterile environs.



posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 08:02 PM
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a reply to: PhoenixFreeman

Well I didn't want to hammer the point but, as far as contamination goes the list seems endless...Constant milking causes sore teats which causes mastitis, and requires constant antibiotics. Faecal contamination is endemic in the milk as well. The diseases MS and Diabetes have a link as far as a reaction to milk intolerance, any good the milk can do you is negated by the casein content which as an industrial glue is great but it also binds the nutrients up as well. To produce the copious gallons of milk a good dairy cow is required to, the special foods required to do this all end up in the end product which is after all a processed food. I wont start on cheese but to say that it has ten times the goodies in it that milk does. As it takes ten litres of milk to produce a kilogram of cheese.



posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 08:23 PM
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originally posted by: GENERAL EYES
This is why I prefer synthetic lab based meats and cheeses.....at least it's produced in sterile environs.


Pansy.



posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 08:36 PM
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a reply to: Sparkymedic

Oh hey now, it's more of a readily available option and easy on the pocketbook. I haven't been able to go fishing or partake of the spoils of a hunt in forever! Cut me some slack, lol!



posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 09:31 PM
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From my studies on milk I would have to say it is not good for most people to consume it on a regular basis. It is a great medicine, taken when needed or craved. I was BSed to believe milk was good for people and that those who can't drink it are defective. I was led to believe a lie. I no longer feel that my allergy and intolerance is a fault, I think a real lot of people have been led to believe that milk is good for you when in fact it has so many bad points that most people should not consume it. Real milk from properly raised cows is a lot better tolerated, but for half the world's population it is actually not good. We shouldn't be led to believe that the people who can tolerate it are superior, they aren't. They have a mutation that allows them to drink milk and this mutation has bad points.

Milk is not supposed to be a beverage, it is a food. This food does cause more problems than it does good half the time.



posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 10:32 PM
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There is no food of any kind that is churned out by modern processes in factories that is going to be any good for you I'm afraid. Mass production for profit will wreck anything. People have been drinking cows, goats, sheep, yak and buffalo milk for thousands of years and our bodies are adapted to it. One of the problems with much of the milk produced now is that there has been a change in one of the proteins which causes a reaction in some people. The old fashioned cows like Jerseys, Guernseys and Dexters still produce the old fashioned milk which is easier to digest. They are not as profitable I suppose.
I milk my own cow when I can and the milk is great. It is free of any nasty chemicals, additives and hormones and it is good to know that my milk is coming from an animal that is well looked after and is more of a pet and member of the family.
One thing that some people are not aware of is the danger of drinking soy milk and using soy products. I seem to have an allergic reaction to the stuff and it is far more common than we are led to believe. There is a cover up for you. I thought I was going to die one night after eating a packet of honey soy potato chips.
Here is another one. A Finnish study found that children who ate less butter and more margarine developed more allergies than others. Milk and dairy is good for you but like everything they will find a way to wreck it.
cheers



posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 10:48 PM
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I loved the taste of natural milk at farm but the milk bought from shops seems like drained down of its natural essence and added chems as protein and what not, to me it tastes disgusting compared to natural milk, i do not live at farm or that near i could get my milk so i quit drinking it, its been about 15 years since i drunk just cup of milk, sometimes i use milk on coffey tho but just barely. I use cheese enough and also drink yogurt time to time, seem to be enough milk for my needs anyhow. It does seem like great many product suffers the same faith as milk, natural essence its destroyed from em and replaced with chems, most likely business in mind too (last longer etc), so i just go with what tastes natural enough for me its good to eat or if i would start read the labels i would fast run out of the products i could consume..



posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 11:22 PM
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a reply to: anonentity

I still like 1/2 and 1/2 in my tea, but no longer drink animal milk like I did as a kid. I have almond or oat milk on my cereals, and the cashew cheese is really quite nice as well. I do still eat some animal cheeses, but have cut back



posted on Nov, 27 2014 @ 11:52 PM
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We drink the milk from the GMO fed cows and eat the GMO fed chickens , drink beer made with GMO corn , someone has thought this through and have shares in the Medical side of things



posted on Nov, 28 2014 @ 12:45 AM
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a reply to: douglas5

Or maybe it the farmers. For them GMO stands for "Get More Ovvit"



posted on Nov, 28 2014 @ 05:01 PM
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This is terrible news... how can we fix the milk and cheese? Does it require us to consume less of it? Those poor cows, being milked half to death...



posted on Nov, 28 2014 @ 05:21 PM
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a reply to: 3n19m470.

Fixing things might be very difficult, Instead of taking a drug that lowers the level of a hormone that causes cell proliferation, why not just stop taking the foods that cause unnatural cell proliferation in the first place.? Firstly most of the Dairy is addictive they even put cheese with mince. So denial would be the first reaction. Secondly the profits generated by a general populations poor health run into the megabucks. All the jobs etc. Thirdly mostly its only adults who have reached their use by date that seem to be getting the main thrust of the bad nutrition. If they have the money for health care all well and good if they haven't the system doesn't give a stuff.



posted on Nov, 28 2014 @ 05:28 PM
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a reply to: 3n19m470

Factory farming exists because there's a huge demand for animal products, so yes, consuming less of it. If we'd all cut back dramatically on these foods the whole concept of factory farming would become obsolete but sadly we probably won't, especially in the USA where meat consumption and meat snacking (as well as other animal products such as cheese) are very high and demanded for low price.

One could engage in animal welfare/rights activism or try to get anything done through the political channels but that'd obviously be a painstakingly slow process, also given the lobbying influence of the meat industry, and besides, I don't really know what could be done politically in the US. One could raise public awareness though, spread the word and spread the knowledge about the implications of consumption of several products regarding health, animal well-being, environment and so on. It'd also help if people'd purchase more free range and organic products, as well as indeed simply cutting back on the consumption of said foods as we tend to eat way more than we need of it anyways.

I just hope the situation improves. The ones that are benefitting now are the big corporations and people who want to snack endlessly on hamburgers and such for a tiny price, while we should strive for a better balance imo.



posted on Nov, 28 2014 @ 05:32 PM
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Grow your own vegetables, keep your own chickens. Job done.



posted on Nov, 28 2014 @ 05:46 PM
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a reply to: Dabrazzo

Not everyone has the space, money or time



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