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PostSubject: American Milk Banned in Europe Because it Does No Body Good   Sat 19 Jan 2013, 21:16

American Milk Banned in Europe Because it Does No Body Good


Anna Hunt, Staff Writer
Waking Times

As a mother of three young children, the debate centered around the
nutritional value of cow’s milk has been at the forefront of my mind for
quite some time. Conditioned by the well-known campaigns of milk
marketers “Milk. It does a body good.” and “Got Milk?”, I’ve been led to
believe that milk is needed – especially by young children – for good
bone growth, brain development and, of course, to meet the body’s
calcium needs.

If milk does a body so much good, why is US-produced milk banned in
Europe? It turns out that in 1994, the US Food and Drug Administration
approved the use of recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH). rBGH in
milk is believed to increase the risk of cancer.
In an attempt to protect its citizens from genetically-modified milk,
the Codex Alimentarius Commission, the U.N. Food Safety Agency
representing 101 nations worldwide, has banned rBGH milk in the 101
nations that it represents. Canada is another country where rBGH milk is
banned.

The European Commission organized independent research to review the effect of rBGH on public health. Here is what they found:

<blockquote>“The public health committee confirmed earlier
reports of excess levels of the naturally occurring Insulin-like-Growth
Factor One (IGF-1), including its highly potent variants, in rBGH milk
and concluded that these posed major risks of cancer, particularly of
the breast and prostate, besides promoting the growth and invasiveness
of cancer cells by inhibiting their programmed self-destruction
(apoptosis).”
Source: Samuel S. Epstein, M.D.
</blockquote>

rBGH is another one of Monsanto’s
genetically-engineered products that mimics the cow’s
naturally-produced BGH hormone. American dairy farmers inject their cows
with rBGH to increase how much milk each cow produced – usually by 20%.
The use of rBGH results in cows also producing more IGF-1 hormone, to
such excess that milk from rBGH-treated cows has up to 80% more IGF-1.

Researchers throughout the world argue that consumption of excess
IGF-1 hormone, which is also found in humans, may result in a higher
risk of breast, colon and prostate cancer. Yet, in the US, Monsanto and
the milk industry do not clearly label which milk comes from
rBGH-treated cows.

And the effect on humans is just one of the problems. The use of rBGH
also has a serious effect on the animals. Here’s a short 3-minute video
about Monsanto’s deception regarding rBGH.



If the idea of consuming hormone-filled, cancer-causing, Franken-milk
doesn’t turn you off of cow’s milk, at least the non-organic non-labeled
brands, then perhaps some of the following facts will give you more
food for thought:


  • Milk is believed to deplete the body of natural calcium, which is
    used up in the process of digesting milk. It offers an inorganic calcium
    that cannot be easily digested and used by the human body. “Just like
    our bodies cannot use the iron in a magnet, they cannot use the calcium
    in milk.”
  • Milk is acidic,
    making it difficult for the body to digest. As a result, the pH of
    human intestines may become unbalanced, making them more susceptible to
    injury and disease.
  • Cow’s milk contains at least 59 active hormones, allergens, fat, cholesterol, herbicides, pesticies, antibiotics, blood, pus, bacteria and viruses.

<blockquote>“It’s not natural for humans to drink cow’s milk.
Humans milk is for humans. Cow’s milk is for calves. You have no more
need of cow’s milk than you do rats milk, horses milk or elephant’s
milk. Cow’s milk is a high fat fluid exquisitely designed to turn a 65
lb baby calf into a 400 lb cow. That’s what cow’s milk is for!”
– Dr Michael Klaper MD
</blockquote>
Yes, our bodies need calcium. But perhaps milk is not the best source, as we’ve been led to believe. Try eating more lettuce, kale,
broccoli, almonds, oranges, flax seed, sesame seeds, dill, thyme and
other dried herbs. For cereal, try almond or hemp milk instead of cow’s
milk. Calcium from plant sources is more easily digested by our bodies
than calcium from cow’s milk, because plants have a high magnesium
content, and magnesium aids in the assimilation of calcium by the body.
Decreasing your intake of cow’s milk will do your body good!

Source:-
http://www.wakingtimes.com/2013/01/18/american-milk-banned-in-europe-because-it-does-no-body-good/
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