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Cow's milk may be the key to many of western society's health problems

Robert Cohen is the author of a book called: Milk, the Deadly Poison. He claims that milk is the root of many health problems. He believes that a dairy free diet is essential and concentrated milk products such as cheese and butter are even more problematic. He claims that countries with low dairy consumption have a significantly lower incidence of conditions and diseases such as teenage acne, diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, cancer, asthma, allergies, lung cancer, prostate cancer, excess mucus production, hemoglobin loss and allergies. He reports that Denmark, Norway, Holland and Sweden has the highest incidence of breast cancer and these countries have all shown a dramatic increase in consumption of cheese and other dairy products. He believes that the growth hormones in cows milk even if it is pasteurized, triggers a whole range of cancers. He also claims that dairy consumption may cause depression, irritability and mood swings. It may also exacerbate autism and attention deficit disorder. He recommends all people trial a dairy free diet for a few months in order to determine the benefits. He says that the protein from milk makes the blood acidic thus requiring leaching of calcium from bones to neutralize. He states that many countries with little or no dairy consumption have few if any bone problems. He also links cow milk consumption with sudden infant death syndrome.

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About: Cow's milk may be the key to many of western society's health problems

Date: 6 December 2004

Source: News Target Network

Author: Robert Cohen, Mike Adams


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