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Book review "MILK The Deadly Poison" by Robert Cohen

You will find out about a host of diseases caused by milk (products) including well-researched studies from scientists the world over.

Book "MILK The Deadly Poison" by Robert Cohen and text to the right.© CC-by-sa 2.0, Catalina Sparleanu, PhD, Foundation Diet and Health Switzerland


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Milk and dairy products are so well marketed that it is difficult for readers to take the contents of this book seriously enough. Only people who have acquired their own factual information independent of the food industry can understand the data provided in the book. Just on the subject of osteoporosis, the book makes clear how dishonest the food industry has been in manipulating the public opinion.

Minimally read the PDF report of a respected and very independent medical professor under the heading of mineral water. This PDF is in one of the yellow boxes and you can click on it to enlarge it.

Besides the combination of the components in milk which is harmful to humans, there is the problem of "growthhormones". A calf needs to gain 2.2 to 3.3 lbs a day...

Just like the dairy industry, this book also shows some one-sided research results. Therefore I wrote a later article on milk and dairy products, which is as balanced as possible; because nothing exists that has only disadvantages or only advantages.

Enough results from large studies can be found here, which prove explicitly that one should not use milk and dairy products, except as an infant and then it should be breast milk from the infant’s mother, who likewise should not consume dairy products for minimally the duration of the time she nurses!

Ask yourself this question: Why is there very little to no incidence of osteoporosis in countries with no or very low milk consumption and much less cardiovascular diseases?

The fact is that animal protein encourages the loss of calcium through the urine because it lowers the body's pH level, and because of sulfur-containing amino acids and sodium in milk.

Vegetable proteins, however, tend to integrate calcium into the bones. This is because there is enough magnesium. Vitamin D is also important for the absorption of calcium in the bones along with magnesium. However, oxalates, phytates and other substances can interfere with calcium absorption as well.

I have to admit, I do find the book "Milk Better Not!" by Maria Rollinger, better researched and more comprehensive. You can find a detailed book review on it here. I believe it is the best book on the subject. Unfortunately it is only available in German at this time.

1. Summary

Robert Cohen, an ardent opponent of milk and dairy products, reports what trickery Monsanto and its minions used to get approval for the genetically engineered "BovineGrowthHormone" rBGH ("Posil..") in the US. This can now also be found in the milk and blood of those who consume it.

The author takes up the possible reasons for diseases caused by milk and dairy product consumption especially in the last quarter of the book. They are documented through scientific studies. Animal welfare, ecology, and environmental awareness are addressed very briefly. The book essentially focuses on human health.

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The extreme title catches a lot of attention. But the author and his book leave room for attack, which led to retaliatory responses, mostly by representatives of the dairy industry. Based on a photo of the author taken four years after the publication of the book, i.e. 2002, I have to assume that he preaches water and drinks wine. See below. On his website he writes in his blog about fasting for 205 days in 1999 to 2000. Through my own experience with fasting, I must say that I doubt the truth of certain statements he makes on that.

After all, he presents 337 mostly verifiable references which are often based on studies. He lists many distinctive scientists on whose findings he based his statements. The dairy industry was not able to suppress everything Robert Cohen revealed.

Abridged cover copy, etc.

What are the disadvantages of milk?

I’ll summarize the important points. We should distinguish between the effects of milk consumption in specific cases and the consequences of many years of milk consumption with today’s average amounts consumed. In the first case, problems occur immediately or within a short period of time.

But most diseases arise only after decades of dairy products consumption, such as osteoporosis, arthritis, and coronary heart disease. Statistics also show an increase of certain types of cancer with increased milk consumption, but it has been difficult to get unambiguous verification.

Scheme of body height loss in osteoporosis by Prof. Dr. Karl-Hans Arndt© Public Domain, Karlarndthans, Wikipedia

Interested consumers can’t see the forest before the trees

Through complete elimination of milk and dairy products off of one’s diet and limited consumption of other animal proteins, such ailments can be cured, if not too advanced, in about 3 months. Many such success stories exist. A good amount of exercise and sports is also beneficial.

In studies on milk and dairy products, researchers found the following conditions common in children who drank milk: allergies, ear and tonsil infections (otitis, tonsillitis), bedwetting (enuresis), bronchial asthma, intestinal bleeding (gastrointestinal bleeding), colic and diabetes (diabetes mellitus type 2, juvenile diabetes). In adults the medical conditions tends to be coronary heart disease, arthritis, allergies, sinusitis (sinus infections), leukemia, lymphoma (lymph node cancer), and other cancers. (Page 212)

Dairy products and acne

Are there substitutes for milk?

Three sides of a carton box with almond milk in the USA, 2013. Right of it our text.© CC-by-sa 4.0, Collage Catalina Sparleanu, PhD, Foundation Diet and Health Switzerland

Section 2.14 contains a summary on milk alternatives. My notes confirm that there are more concentrated sources of calcium other than milk. Compared to milk, you can receive several times the amount of calcium from certain vegetables.

Humans have been consuming animal milk for only a few thousand years and started drinking milk even more recently. This is less than one percent of homo-sapiens’ existence.

Good milk substitutes for calcium are kale, broccoli, fennel, leek, pak choi, almonds, figs and some mineral waters or suitable drinking water. The residential community should know the composition of drinking water.

After the book review I list books on the subject of milk and dairy products.

Statements by scientists and/or physicians in the book

Human - cow - sheep - goat - horse milk comparison (according to Wikipedia - German, July 2014, Breastmilk)

Content/100 ml Human Cow Sheep Goat Horse
Water 87,2 % 87,5 % 82,7 % 86,6 % 90,1 %
Carbohydrate 7,0 % 4,8 % 6,3 % 3,9 % 5,9 %
Fat 4,0 % 3,5–4,0 % 5,3 % 3,7 % 1,5 %
Protein 1,5 % 3,5 % 4,6 % 4,2 % 2,1 %
Trace minerals 0,3 % 0,7 % 0,9 % 0,8 % 0,4 %
kcal 70 64–68 86 65 43
kJ 294 268–285 361 273 180
Potassium (mg) 47 141
Sodium (mg) 14 45
Potassium:Sodium 3,4 3,0
Calcium (mg) 33 116
Magnesium (mg) 3 12
Calcium:Magnesium 11 10
Iron (µg) 58 59
Phosphor (mg) 15 92

We are not aware that only a small percentage of people show no lactose intolerance. Lactose intolerance can be developed later by not consuming milk for a few years.

Rough rates of lactose intolerance in different regions of the world.© CC-by-sa 3.0, Rainer Renz, Wikipedia

Personal Comments

"MILK The Deadly Poison" is an exaggerated title for this book and yet the direction is right. But the billion dollar marketing budgets of the dairy and food industry leave no room to access popular public print media and electronic media. The advertising income is too high. The advertising would be canceled quickly, not only for milk and dairy products.

Surely, you believe milk was particularly healthy, do you not?

The facts were partly created by highly respected scientists with studies funded independent of the dairy industry. They show such a different picture than the studies authorized by the dairy industry, that you barely want to trust it.

Although these scientists published very convincing evidence in the best scientific journals, the truth has no chance against the overwhelming power of manipulation described above with billion dollar budgets for propaganda. Moreover, few people can weigh those facts properly and reflect on the matter with the onslaught of the constant propaganda.

Thus, a rethinking by the public (or masses) is not possible. How, when even doctors believe such tales as “milk is good against osteoporosis?” And why should doctors get a different view if the myth is deeply embedded in their mind and where training invitations come from the industry representatives? They have to stick to the dogmas or the dictums (doctrines), which they have been taught.

About the author
Foreword by Jane Heimlich, abbreviated
Cohen’s preface

2. Book review

As explained above, I only briefly discuss the first few chapters, which go over the history of how Monsanto fraudulently obtained approvals for their artificial "growthhormone" in the US and its impact on animals and humans. This artificial "growthhormone" is not approved in Europe.

2.1. Wholesome Milk: The Dairy Industry Message

The first chapter covers the market power of the dairy industry, namely milk producers (milk production) and milk processors (dairies) and begins with the statement that hundreds of millions of dollars have been invested in the dairy industry in order to ensure that Americans consume dairy products.

This money flows partly to the media and partly to politicians, universities, researchers and their institutions. The American Dietitians Association (ADA) directly promotes the consumption of dairy products.

The author poses the question, what the reaction would be from adults if they were asked whether they wanted to drink breast milk or the milk of dogs and cats.

One would instinctively realize that milk is made for infants of their own kind, not for another species.

So what makes cow’s milk different?

According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) the average American consumed 584 pounds of milk products, 394 pounds of vegetables, 193 pounds of meat, 192 pounds of flour and only 121 pounds of fruit in the year of 1995. This also includes the milk hidden in pizza and ice cream, etc. According to current information that is an inverted food pyramid.

The ever-present milk advertising featuring celebrities

The National Fluid Milk Processor Promotion Board (NFMPPB) is responsible for the promotion of milk. This is an authority that denies proven findings such as milk contains a lot of fat and calories and calls them myths.

"Experts" do not possess appropriate expertise on the subject of milk.

USDA data from 1970-1995 illustrates the fact that Americans consumed significantly more skim milk instead of whole milk, but the overall use of milk fat did not fall because cheese consumption soared during that same time period.

It takes 21.2 lbs of whole milk to make one pound of butter, 12 lbs of milk to make one pound of ice cream and 10 lbs of milk to make one pound of hard cheese. The USDA indicates the amount of whole milk consumption, without taking into account that relationship and it therefore indicates only a fraction of the actual whole milk consumption.

Thus, the USDA reports, in 1995, that “only” 584 pounds of dairy products were consumed per person per year.

Is it 228 or 364 million dollars?

The author shows that the myth about milk has been in existence for seven generations. Like a prayer wheel, dietitians, doctors, nurses, teachers, etc., spread the falsehood that cow's milk and its products give you a healthy body and an excellent brain, although the opposite is true.

2.2. A Brief History of Milk in America

The author emphasizes that milk in the 21st century is in many ways different than it was in the 17th century. Farmers called it luck if you got “one quart” a day from a cow back then. Cohen briefly describes the changes that took place since the landing of the first cows in America in 1620 to this day. (Page 14)

Today, a cow is supposed to deliver 50 times the amount of milk it was producing more than a decade ago. Cohen explains the reasons for the huge increase, and how different the food of high yielding cows must be so that they produce this much milk.

Cow with mastitis Day 10: Teat on the ground black, "bovinesomatropin".© CC-by-sa 3.0, Lucien Mahin, Wikipedia

Without getting pregnant, a cow isn’t going to produce milk and after giving birth to a calf, it will naturally produce milk for only a number of months (lactation period). The exploitation of cows is so great, that they live for only a fraction of their life expectancy.

The exploitation of cows and the problems of milk

2.3. Milk Has Changed: Genetic Engineering

BST ("BovineSomaTropin") and BGH ("BovineGrowthHormone") are two abbreviations for the natural "growthhormones" in milk.

The author repeats Jane Heimlich’s arguments. A genetically engineered BGH in combination with bacteria gets the letter "r" before its name, for recombinant hormone. The abbreviation is thus rBST or rBGH. If the cows get injected with these artificial hormones, rBST will show up in the milk in addition to the natural hormones.

Intensive fattening of adult beef cattle

Monsanto brought this product on the US market in 1995 and promised farmers a 20% increase in milk production. Moreover, Monsanto claimed that the two "growthhormones" were indistinguishable, which convinced the authorities, primarily the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

The result: more diseases in cows, more use of antibiotics, more "growthhormones" in the milk and some calves born with genetic deformations.

Cover of "Criminal Indifference of the FDA to Cancer Prevention" by Samuel Epstein. Source: Amazon© CC-by-sa 2.0, Samuel Epstein

In his other book, entitled "Explicit Conflicts of Interest and Failure of the FDA", Epstein writes on page xxvi,

Unlabelled milk and other dairy products from cows injected with Monsanto's genetically engineered "growthhormone" (rBGH) are contaminated with high levels of IGF-1 and their consumption thus poses increased risks of breast, colon, and prostate cancers.

This generated opposition and thus a "Jane Heimlich milk column" was established.

The author discussed not only with these critics, but also with Robert Collier (Ph.D.) from Monsanto, who provided him eleven documents described in the book.

Critics and correspondence with Monsanto

2.4. Scientific Proof: Milk Hormones Are Hazardous to Your Health

In this chapter Cohen explains the importance of hormones, which are biochemical messengers such as pheromones (vertebrate pheromone), steroid hormones such as estrogens, progesterone (a progestogen and gonadal steroids), "testostero..", and adrenaline (called epinephrine in medicine, see INN) a stress hormone.

He describes some of the effects and then compares the two images, provided by the WHO in 1992, of the amino acid sequence of rBGH and rBST (artificial "bovinesomatotropin" "Posil.." sold to Eli Lilly), with the IGF-1 or "somatomed.." C (SM-C).

These hormones make cells grow. The natural IGF-1 of cows and humans have 70 identical amino acids in precisely the same sequence (order).

Later, Cohen describes his fight against the FDA, which Searle did not take into consideration or failed to publish in 1989 as part of the studies commissioned by Monsanto. Those studies proved the harmfulness of milk.

On the basis of seven tables, the author shows the clear and stark results in animal studies. Under the guise of trade secrets, Monsanto refused access to any and all documents concerning these tables.


2.5. Domino Effect: How FDA Misled America

Since this topic in the book "MILK The Deadly Poison" mainly affects the milk in the United States, I will detail only the most important deceptions committed by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). They were the first authority to be provided research by Monsanto on their own product. Following that, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) received the positive and uncritical assessment by the FDA.

This adopted assessment and the comments by the GAO then went to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for further assessment. The papers completed by the NIH were then passed on to the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA).

Finally, even the "Journal of the American Medical Association" (JAMA of the AMA) gave their blessing including the World Health Organization (WHO).

The question is, who is going to go through a study consisting of 55'000 pages? (p. 33)
How representatives of such organizations do business with the industry

The author draws attention to the simultaneous endorsement of the artificial "growthhormone" rBST by separate organizations, which would indicate collusion between various organizations. He lays out how this was an extraordinary strategically organized operation between JAMA and "Science News" publications by the FDA (Science).

The author explains as follows:

The verdict, previously decided, was in. Each report contained innumerable contradictions and falsehoods. After formal approval on November 5, 1993, a three-month moratorium was placed on actual rBST use until the White House had the opportunity to issue their report. That report, reviewed in this chapter proves that the best comedy writers in America are employed by the Executive Branch. (p. 97)

There are serious problems that can result from the proteins, sugar, fat and contaminants in milk products

2.6. The Plot Thickens: Collusion Between Monsanto, FDA & Congress

In this chapter Robert Cohen reveals the involvement and collusion between Monsanto, the FDA and Congress. On page 129 he lists the names of 13 Congress members and how much they were paid in bribes, which totals at least $2'647'921. The data comes from the Center for Responsive Politics and Federal Election Commission, 1994.

He further explains the collusion with the Dairy Committee of Agriculture. The American Medical Association (AMA) had donated money in this way to government officials. It received, for example, $30'000 for the "education of the public" from Monsanto.

There is even an official committee to influence the public, the Political Action Committee (PAC). He covers the role of Margaret Miller at Eli Lilly, to whom Monsanto later sold the rights for the marketing of rBST. The key issue in this chapter is the issue concerning the approval of genetically engineered "growthhormones".

There are a host of studies that clearly show how damaging rBST, BST and IGF-1 are for humans. Unfortunately an easy to grasp overview is missing as the studies are too detailed.

2.7. The Fourth Estate: What America Was Told About the New Milk

The author takes up what the media covered and how lobbyists influenced politicians like Todd Sieben, who tried to get a law passed that would prohibit and imprison anyone who tried to publish disadvantages of products that contain rBST.

Monsanto also sued companies that sold milk which did not contain rBST and had “rBST-free” written on their product labels.


Cohen cited some examples of advocates of truth and of specific publications from magazines. He also shows on the example of Sam Epstein that criticism had no chance (p. 183). Monsanto and the FDA had so much power and so much to lose, that they did everything possible to stifle such voices.

Various professors such as Erik Millstone (not Eric, not Dr.) at the University of Sussex, England, uncovered the deceptions, for example in "Nature" (UK), one of the best-known trade journals aside from "Science" from the AAAS (USA): "Plagiarism or Protecting Public Health" (Nature Vol. 371, October 20, 1994, p. 647).

2.8. (Not So) Wholesome Milk

Cows nowadays are milk machines and dairy is big business, writes Cohen. After a short period of time, the animals end up as "fast food” which is a criticism of modern animal husbandry. These practices seem to be far more cruel in the US than in Europe.

"Milking the Public" and correspondence between Cohen and Danone

Something that was of great interest to me was the information provided by Dr. Alan Greene M.D. regarding breastfeeding (starting on p. 203) and the impact on the quality of the milk.

Problem areas such as immunoglobulins, i.e. antibody proteins in the milk, lactoferrin, a protein with multifunctional enzyme activities (catalyst activity) and other substances are taken up in that section. Essentially, the amount and activity of certain substances are much different comparing mother's milk (breast milk) to cow's milk.

Children with a prolonged breast milk diet show amazing differences compared to infants who received early infant formula or pre-packaged baby food

The allergens contained in cow’s milk and soy milk are an important factor for infants. One reason for this is the very different time of deactivation. These strange but similar proteins pass through the stomach, because the stomach passage takes up to four times longer than that of breast milk (Page 206). Also, the lipid content of milk, the milk fat, is quite different in breast milk and is designed to prepare the baby for future digestion of a large number of other types of food. See also formula diet.

2.9. Milk Consumption: A Second Opinion from the Medical Establishment

Cohen states provocatively that:

doctors have neither the time nor inclination to scrutinize the patient's diet or to clarify the nutritional needs of their patient’s body. Doctors try to eliminate diseases by suppressing the symptoms through medication and rarely look for the causes.

He gives the example of migraine headaches and epileptic symptoms in patients. Doctors send them to neurologists instead of asking whether they take the artificial sweetener aspartame in the form of diet soft drinks such as Coca Cola Zero, which is known to cause those symptoms.

Word Cloud in red and black for Milk, Dairy, Asthma, Leukemia, Acnee, IGF-1, Pus, Salmonella etc.© CC-by-sa 2.0, Catalina Sparleanu, PhD, Foundation Diet Health Switzerland

Physicians usually don’t know either the reactions to cow's milk, nor the influence of the taste enhancer monosodium glutamate (MSG). A strong lobbying group and paid scientific studies prevent conventional medicine from paying attention to such substances.

The training of doctors and preventive medicine
The so-called scientific studies or "don’t trust any statistic that you have not falsified yourself"

None of the authors from the 500 scientific works that Cohen studied designated milk as good food. Most of those studies examined the effects of milk as intestinal colic, intestinal irritation, intestinal bleeding (gastrointestinal bleeding), anemia, allergies in infants and children or infections caused by milk, for example salmonella.

He noted infections caused by viruses such as the bovine leukemia virus (bovine leukemia virus (BLV) and enzootic bovine leukosis) and the presence of diabetes mellitus. Contamination of milk by blood, pus, chemical impurities and insecticides are also discussed.

In children, the following diseases were linked to milk consumption: allergies, ear and tonsil infections (otitis, tonsillitis), bedwetting (nocturnal enuresis), bronchial asthma, intestinal bleeding (gastrointestinal bleeding), colic, diabetes (formerly diabetes mellitus type 2 and type 1, juvenile diabetes, but not MODY diabetes).

In adults who consumed milk, there is a high incidence of coronary heart disease, arthritis, allergies, sinusitis (sinusitis), leukemia, lymphoma (lymph node cancer), and other cancers. (p. 212)


Prof. Dr. Benjamin McLane Spock M.D. (1903-1998), the most well-known pediatrician in the US, was an advocate of breast milk. He claimed that a really cheap trial comparing babies of vegan mothers and those on a normal diet would never be done because no one can pull a profit from it.

Other problems caused by the use of raw or pasteurized milk: salmonella infections, diabetes mellitus type 1

Kradijian then provides information that the bovine leukemia virus in the US occurs in about 80 % of the herds and the contamination increases up to 90 to 95 % because milk from different suppliers gets mixed. But this is only a problem in raw milk, not with correct pasteurization. He refers to dairy specialist Dr. Virgil Hulse M.D., who thinks that the United States is the runner-up to Venezuela which has the highest rates. (p. 221)

Bovine leukemia virus

Next, he describes a study about Norway, published in the "British Medical Journal", 61: 456-9 of March 1990. (Pages 222-223) The study followed 1422 people for over eleven years, who drank two glasses of milk daily. They developed 3.5 times more malignant lymphoma (lymph node cancer) than the general population.

Highly significant relationship between human deaths from lymphoma and milk consumption

According to Kradjian there is a correlation between milk consumption and ovarian cancer with 3.1 times more risk for those consuming more than one glass of milk a day. For lung cancer the risk increases only by a factor of 2. This explains why smokers in Japan have a lower risk than people in areas of high milk consumption.

In terms of prostate cancer, a study from the Roswell Park Memorial Institute, published in Cancer 64 (3): 605-612, from 1959 found 2.49 times more incidence of cancer because of increasing milk consumption and links this to the content of animal fat. Today this is the most common cancer with the second highest death rate for men.

Atherosclerosis, osteoporosis and eventually kidney disease will set in if you consume too much animal protein. Without water, milk and dairy products as compared to meat are extraordinarily high in protein.

Regarding kidneys, Kradjian, the author of the letter, refers to Prof. Dr. Barry M. Brenner M.D., who was awarded several honorary degrees, including for his standard work on kidneys.

Brenner was the first to point out the problem of too much protein intake for the kidneys. The dangers of fat and cholesterol were already known. Human milk contains about three times less protein than cow's milk. Sheep's milk and goat's milk show an even worse ratio than cow's milk.

Kradjian also mentioned in his letter the problem of vitamin D and how living Northern Caucasians (i.e. Northern Europeans) shut off the naturally occurring lactose intolerance at the end of lactation. Therefore too many toddlers suffer from milk allergies, increased permeability of the intestine, intestinal bleeding, and anemia because of milk. He also shows that skimmed milk still has 24 % to 33 % fat, which has a lot of calories, if the water is not counted in.

There is no nutritional need for dairy products and the truth about iron deficiency

The lactose tolerant body breaks lactose apart into glucose and galactose. Too much galactose generates ovarian cancer and cataracts after enough time. In lactose intolerant bodies, however, bacteria digest the milk, with a corresponding development of gas and diarrhea.

He also lists certain by-products in milk and goes over osteoporosis again. He mentions that the body gets significantly more calcium from, for example, kale than the same amount of milk. Animal proteins can cause calcium loss in the bones!

2.10. Analysis: What is in Milk

A sip of milk contains hundreds of different substances. That is a fact, but Cohen goes a little too deep into the color of milk, claiming that all the colors mixed together would result in white (p 235). However, this is only for additive color mixing (such as light). This is not the case for integrated color mixing (Harald Kuppers). Object color or the body color adds up to gray or brown.

Cholesterol and a list of known hormones and "growthfactors" in cow's milk

The authors, Dr. Kurt A. Oster M.D. (1909-1988) and Dr. Donald J. Ross M.D. called their book from 1983 on the problems of milk "The XO Factor: Homogenized Milk May Cause Your Heart Attack". As cardiologists and cardiac researchers, they found the absence of plasmalogen in the hearts of heart attack patients.

A high correlation between consumption of homogenized milk and death rates due to heart disease

First Cohen shows how much time passes before a cancer is detectable at all and that it takes even more time for a person to notice that something is wrong. Every cancer requires the "growthhormone" IGF-1 in order to grow. The body builds its own IGF-1. People, who consume milk and dairy products, take on too much IGF-1.

The hormone IGF-1 promotes more than breast cancer

Up to at least 1994, there was no nationwide cancer registry in the United States. Robert Cohen raises the question, if this isn’t an intentional inefficiency because neither the powerful food industry nor the powerful industry that lives from disease, is interested. Thus, unfortunately, he alleges a conspiracy theory: “It seems that some ‘power’ has inefficiently designed a system intended not to reveal facts about cancer rates.” This whole system is that way and requires no conspiracy.

How the data gets compiled

To summarize: In six pages Cohen tells us briefly what at least 25 scientific teams found out: milk and dairy products promote numerous cancers. In the appendix of the book you will find the relevant works and references, mostly from 1991 to 1994, listed out. Among others: bone tumor, osteosarcoma, renal cancer, and (again by A. Krasnick et al.) ovarian cancer are found there.

"New Ability To Find Earliest Cancers: A Mixed Blessing?"

2.12. The Truth About Calcium, Osteoporosis and Milk Allergies

At least in the US, drug stores and food chains (retailers) are well-supplied with remedies to fix the physical reactions to milk and dairy products consumption. These include headaches, mucus, nasal congestion, sinusitis (sinus infection, including often maxillary sinusitis), asthma, allergies, irritable bowel syndrome in children, and earaches.

All people who consume dairy products produce antibodies against cow proteins with anti-histamine production. But worse are the long-term consequences such as joint problems (hip and knee), cancer, cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis.

The author is convinced that we definitely do not reach our genetically planned age because of milk and dairy products. Many diseases have been attributed to milk and dairy consumption. Not only have bovine proteins been linked with allergies but they’ve been implicated as the cause of serious diseases such as cancer, heart disease and osteoporosis. (p. 258)

Milk as one of the main evils causing allergies

The "Townsend Letter For Doctors" gives advice from doctors to doctors. This pamphlet to which you may subscribe, launched the first controversy over milk products, by exposing the cunning and financially strong marketing by the dairy industry and then explains the real facts about milk and dairy products:

Mucus production Hemoglobin loss Diabetes Type I
Heart desease Arthesclerosis Arthritis
Kidney stones Mood swings Depression
Irritability Allergies
Do not Drink Your Milk! Milk and the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome


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