Milk and Osteoporaosis

Milk Destroys Your Bones From the Inside

Milk and animals as food have been consumed by us for thousands of years. When the livestock are healthy and the people consuming milk and milk products as they have done in India for perhaps tens of thousands of years with the milk is primarily the A2 variety which is further processed before consumption, milk products and the animals that produce them are healthy.

Where we come to the west, the milk is the A1 variety, cows often suffer harsh conditions and a percentage of their diet is made up of agricultural chemicals which is passed on to us through the milk and meat.

In terms of osteoporosis, after

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Milk and Osteoporosis

We are what we eat

Russell Eaton offered controversy in his book Organic Milk Myth: Why Organic and UHT Milk are Much Worse for Health Than Regular Milk.

However in his latest book “Beat Osteoporosis Now” (only available from Amazon for kindle), author Russell Eaton says: ‘Dairy milk does increase bone density, but this comes at a terrible price.”

In an earlier book, “The Milk Imperative” (only available from Amazon), Russell broke new ground by revealing exactly how dairy milk causes osteoporosis. We know that dairy milk provides calcium, yet the latest research shows that osteoporosis and dairy milk consumption go hand in hand. In The Milk Imperative this

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A1 or A2 Milk?

New research validates consumer fears

Parents for many years have suspected that cows milk was causing health problems in their children and they were right. A1 and A2 milk refer to a type of beta-casein protein. The A1 is known for causing health problems such as lactose intolerance and the A2 milk better suited for human consumption.

Scientists tell us that Cow’s milk contains six major proteins of which two are whey proteins and four are casein proteins which make up about 80 percent of the protein in cow’s milk and of these four, a major one is known as Beta Casein (or β-casein).

Beta Casein is separated into beta-casein A1 and beta-casein A2 and the type of beta-casein present

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Milk a Food or toxin?

How Do We Decide

By Tim Triche, Jr

I came across an article recently which solidified a lot of what I have been reading lately (in between studying and working out a lot to kill the stress) about calcium, phosphorus, excretion studies, and Haversian system degeneration from calcium loss. I’m disturbed by what I’ve seen in the journals and scientific literature, and before anyone dares to blast “those know-nothing Western scientists”, I’d like to remind you that so-called common sense is often heavily influenced by advertising. Dairy advertising, in this case.

I like milk a lot. I have a glass of cold skim milk with any meal where I eat peanut butter or cookies or the like, and that’s a

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