reply to post by rickymouse
""""""Did enough studying on milk to know that this is true. Pasteurization and Homogenization also take a lot of the good out of milk. If you
use their false ways of evaluating nutrition than their evidence makes everything look right. That doesn't mean I have to believe what they say
though, I see how they formed the nutrition guidelines, excluding anything that gets in their way. """""""
Thank you for the information by the way, but none of this is new. Everyone and their grandma and her neighbor knows about the pasteurization,
homogenization, and chemicals put into the food. We know they're *really* bad for us.
But what happens when you come home one night after running for your life all the way home after you miraculously escaped from being held at gun
point? and you're glad for your life, and starving?
You find a Nestle or a Snicker's bar that you had forgotten that you bought because who remembers those kinds of things considering out ungrateful we
are, who remembers them until you realize how special they are...
you open it up, eat it, and think of how amazingly delicious it is. No regard to what may or may not be in it.
Same example applies to a third world country person starving, or anyone *actually* starving. Just tastes like
delicious wonderful food, and I *bet* you they'd be more than grateful for the same milk you're trying to "expose".
My point? It's just food. When it's not food any longer, YOU will know it. You won't need studies, I promise you.
We are all (I have to a bit of insulting here) so fat and lazy and our immune systems so unconditioned to take out even a little bit of garbage in the
diet, that you run screaming and crying when there's a few too many chemicals in the food. If you DID something other than focus on such
'inconveniences' then your bodies would be well capable to fight this off.
What about the fact that there are people all over the world who don't get to live to see tomorrow?
With all that said, yes, there are cancer causing chemicals in food. This has been known for years. Elder persons and disabled can't exercise or
defend themselves against these carcinogens, and it leads to cancer. The rest of you don't have an excuse. For the elderly/disabled, then something
should be done about it.
But, again, the question is asked... why this, why now... why milk? We've known this for years. It's not even a conspiracy.
If you want to make a REAL difference, or even begin to, try compiling ALL the evidence for ALL inconsistencies and immorality of food companies or as
much as you can into ONE thread. This individual milk thing/thread does nothing, it is one of the many "chemicals found in food" threads/new
So, OP, if YOU really care. Instead of being lazy and sitting behind the computer while digesting the pesticides in your own food, why don't you do
something instead of relying on other's to come to a conclusion that is only going to be the same conclusion. The conclusion that YOU, the OP, need
to do a lot more if you wish to make a change. Stirring up some folks here on a specific example isn't going to do you any good, and I hope you
reached that conclusion by now, if you didn't already know it.
In fact, how could you not know such a small, typical example of "chemicals in food" would achieve you no motivation or real response?
Bad thread? Just writing to write? Helpin fill up some space on ATS? Or is there more to this?
Again, this all smells. Like what? Rotten milk, but not the kind you came here hoping to see.