posted on Dec, 11 2013 @ 01:12 PM
reply to post by Gothar
Actually, a price rise in milk could be a beneficial thing to the health of many Americans who cannot afford it. Commercially processed cows milk, to
my knowledge so far, is very unhealthy for humans.
It's extremely unhealthy for us...it's made for calves, not humans. The fact that we've been trained to think it tastes good makes no difference.
Try doing without dairy in your diet for a week or two and see the massive difference it makes to your health, especially your intestinal health. It
wouldn't be a bad thing at all for it to be unaffordable for a lot of people, from a health perspective anyway. There are many other things that can
be used as a much healthier food source for us, like nut milks. The protein casein which is in milk is thought to be a major cancer promoter...and we
wonder why there is a cancer epidemic. We've been marketed products that will kill us slowly, and now we're being told that we won't be able to
afford the "healthy" stuff...it's a game.
I agree completely. Human milk is for human adolescents to a certain age, and cow milk is for calves until a certain age.
Consumption of trans-specie milk (usually commercially processed) on rare occasions should not be harmful, but should be done sparingly.
In most of Asia the dairy products are so bad I don't even bother. Outside of the big cities here are processed vegetable oil cheeses, powdered,
evaporated and condensed milk, UHT milk, and other variants of processed cow "milk" products, which are usually oxidized through the processed
rendering it very unhealthy.
I enjoy cow dairy, but seldom get the chance to eat it, or let alone buy it