Milk Can Be Harmful To Health

Milk and the products made from it (yogurt, cheese, cream, etc.) are not as healthy as the dairy industry would have us believe. Some people tolerate milk and dairy products, but for others, dairy products cause or promote chronic diseases. Do you suffer from a chronic illness? Then just try it out! Stop eating dairy and watch how good you suddenly feel!

Breast milk – for humans and animals

Nature arranged it so that every mammalian mother has milk available to saturate her offspring immediately after birth until it is able to receive either pre-chewed mash from the mother’s mouth or until it comes with it eat with the help of their own teeth at adult meals.

For a long time, in emergencies, i.e. when the mother did not have enough or no milk, it was customary to go in search of a wet nurse. A wet nurse is a female of the same animal species. Wolves and wild dogs, for example, still do it that way. This way, the mother can go hunting and her puppies are still taken care of.

Cow’s milk and frequent children’s complaints

Humans, on the other hand, give their children cow’s milk or cow’s milk-based infant formula as a breast milk substitute. In some children, this can lead to or contribute to neurodermatitis, asthma, chronic colds, middle ear infections, or type 1 diabetes. Studies do not show clear results on these topics. But if your child has symptoms, just give it a try! Stop giving him cow’s milk/products and see what happens after a few weeks.

Milk – the absurdity of consumption

Cow’s milk or other animal milk is undoubtedly very nutritious and also very healthy, but especially for the respective child (calf, lamb, etc.) and not necessarily for an adult. It certainly doesn’t need a cow’s baby food to cover its calcium or protein needs!

Milk does not protect against osteoporosis

If mineral deficiency diseases occur nowadays, e.g. B. osteoporosis, then the cause of this disease is not only a low intake of minerals but also an overall unfavorable diet and lifestyle. Because many foods and beverages that are common today (soft drinks, dairy products, baked goods, chocolate, and other sweets, meat and sausages, etc.) in connection with a lack of exercise put a strain on the organism, lead to chronic inflammation and promote e.g. this way the development of chronic diseases.

The consequences of milk consumption

Runny and blocked noses as well as middle ear infections that recur at regular intervals, which are so painful that children cry all night long, are so common today that they are obviously simply part of being a child. Even adults experience several colds a year according to regulations and nobody is surprised about it.

Asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, and constant clearing of the throat are part of everyday life. Atopic dermatitis and psoriasis are just two examples of the almost limitless selection of allergies today.

Intestinal disorders in infants

Babies are already lying screaming in their cradles with weeping diaper eczema and how many adults plagued by itching are at the door of perplexed dermatologists who prescribe cortisone? Chronic stomach and intestinal complaints such as intestinal irritation, inflammation of the colon, and stomach ulcers are no longer classified as “rare phenomena”.

Thanks to seemingly endless colic that maltreats the tummies of their protégés, new parents are allowed to sleep through the night and eerie threats such as osteoporosis or tooth decay (caries) hang like gloomy clouds over anxious little people. Milk and all the products made from it are the main cause of these ailments.

Blood group dieters will now tell me that people with blood group B can very well tolerate milk and its products, in fact, they are made for milk consumption.

Unfortunately, I am a person with blood group B and can therefore report from my own experience: This blood group theory does not apply – at least to me!! Maybe I’m the exception that should prove the rule. In any case, I get mucus, constipation, and a runny nose IMMEDIATELY as soon as I eat a dish containing milk. If I avoid milk consistently, I feel great!

The agony of the dairy cows

Despite gigantic milk lakes, enormous amounts of energy and money are invested in the breeding of cows that have to carry around huge udders with a capacity of up to 8000 liters per year. No, they don’t have to be lugged around because they are tied down, so they can only stand or lie down, although most of them can no longer get up on their own anyway, as they suffer from joint inflammation and bone deformities due to a lack of movement and one-sided strain.

Then there’s the cow trainer, which is designed to “encourage” the cow to take a step backward when she “needs” to hit the gutter and not her box. A stable muck is not provided and so there is a part hanging over the cow’s back, which gives her an electric shock if she forgets to take a step backward. A new calf has to be brought in once a year so that the flow of milk does not dry up.

For love, there is no romantic meadow and no fiery bull. Artificial insemination by the vet is popular. After the birth, only the organic cow has the honor of keeping her newborn baby for about three days, after which it’s time to say goodbye. Please imagine that intensely!!!

How insatiable the craving for milk must be, how indescribable the lack of emotion and thought must be to take a child away from a mother – whether human or animal. How big must the misery be in these factory halls? How loud is the cow’s call for her child, how terrible are the child’s fear in all the loneliness and the freezing (emotional) coldness of its surroundings?

The child will either be exploited as a milk cow itself at some point or will be assigned to the fattening department. The conditions there are well known… In the meantime, it is part of the “normal” treatment of every cow kept conventionally in factory buildings that sooner or later the horns are cut off. Because of the risk of injury! According to real cow experts, however, this only exists if you don’t have the faintest idea about cows and their behavior. So what does horn sawing mean? Aggressive cows or stupid, uneducated cow owners???

Sunday walk to the cow

Furthermore, what would you think if, on a Sunday walk, you passed a pasture where a few (of the few and hopefully happy) cows were frolicking and under one or the other cow were sitting a folk or two, well dressed as they should be heard the Sunday and suckled the udder of the cow they had chosen?

They had waded through the damp meadow and the cow dung in their Sunday shoes to get their daily ration of minerals, protein, or whatever. Do you find this idea funny? Hair-raising? abnormal? Why then?

Fresh, untreated milk

At least these people drink raw milk, straight from the cow, without a milking machine, pasteurization, long transport routes, and without refrigeration. Apart from the fact that the farmer in question might not be too enthusiastic about this new variant of milk self-sufficiency by consumers, this would be the most honest way to get to the milk you love.

Although coming to think of it, it would be even more honest if you went to your mother and asked her for the breast. However, that would probably only make sense if you were of a certain age – let’s say three years? – have not yet exceeded.

Otherwise, you would most likely be making a pretty fool of yourself and you should reconcile the fact that it’s just too late for mom’s breast once and for all!! And just because your mother doesn’t have the nerve to breastfeed you for decades, you can’t just arbitrarily degrade all the cows to their substitute mothers, your lifelong wet nurse.

The “crown of creation” has fallen to the ground.

How can you, as the “crown of creation” with the smartest brain and supposedly the greatest intelligence, feel vastly superior to all other beings on earth in this permanent sucking state? Thinking about being the only being on this planet that will never be weaned?

What is it about the calf that is so desirable that people want to take its place? What is it that has people desperately looking for the best arguments to keep them consuming milk?

Food in times of need

Milk consumption originally began in inhospitable regions. In regions where there were long winters or periods of drought, where few vegetables and fruit trees thrived. Milk and milk products were a kind of emergency food.

Differences in milk production

Now we should differentiate between today’s milk and that of the past or that which is produced in non-industrialized areas. If the cow lives with “her” human family, cared for, cared for, pampered by her, spoiled with the best delicacies, i.e. pastures, and treated to hay in winter, then she will be happy to give the milk that her calf leaves to the ones who care for her give to people.

This milk will not be half as harmful as the milk that is on the shelves of the shops, scammed out of greed and repulsive methods. However, the milk must not be boiled or heated in any way. It is drunk in its raw, natural form!

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Written by Bella Adams

I'm a professionally-trained, executive chef with over ten years in Restaurant Culinary and hospitality management. Experienced in specialized diets, including Vegetarian, Vegan, Raw foods, whole food, plant-based, allergy-friendly, farm-to-table, and more. Outside of the kitchen, I write about lifestyle factors that impact well-being.

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