Milk the worst food!
Why is milk the worst type of food?. These are the reasons why…..
- There is no other food as DIFFICULT to DIGEST as milk!!. Why?… 80% of the protein found in milk, is Casein. Once it enters the stomach, it clumps together, making it very difficult to digest.
- Another reason, is because of the process of HOMOGENIZATION, by which the fat content in the milk is equalized , by stirring it. When milk is stirred, air gets mixed in, turning the fat content of milk, into an oxidized fatty substance or hydrogenated fat. Therefore homogenized milk produces FREE RADICALS , which damages the body.
- Milk is also PASTEURIZED at high temperatures (100◦C), which DESTROY the ENZYMES. Life can’t be sustained with foods that do not have enzymes. Therefore, MILK IS DEAD FOOD!!. For example, a calf will die in 4 -5 days, if you feed it milk, sold in stores. In fact, no animals drink milk after becoming an adult.
Only humans deliberately take another species’ milk, oxidize it and drink it!.
It goes against natural law!!.
- Milk causes INFLAMMATION. Dr. Hiromi Shinya, MD, well known as the developer of the field of colonoscopic surgery (the Shinya technique), had experienced it in his own family, on how bad milk is for the body, more than 35 years ago, when his own children developed atopic dermatitis at the age six to seven months, after his wife stopped breastfeeding and gave the children cow milk, under the paediatrician’s advice. At the age of four, his son also began having severe diarrhea and blood in his stool. After examining him with an endoscope, he discovered that his son was in the early stages of ulcerative colitis. They eliminated all milk and milk products from their children’s diet and all their inflammatory conditions disappeared!. Following this experience, he developed clinical data on patients about their milk consumption and discovered there is a likelihood of developing a predisposition to allergies, by consuming milk and milk products. Dr. Shinya has also found that many of his patients who had childhood asthma, were given milk at bedtime, to make them sleep well, when they were young. Recent studies have shown that when pregnant women drink milk, their children are more prone to develop atopic dermatitis . During the past 30 years in Japan, the number of patients with atopic dermatitis and hay fever, has increased to one out of every five people…with the number one cause, being the introduction of milk in school lunches in the early 1960’s.!.
- Milk contains oxidized fatty substances and therefore increases the amount of BAD BACTERIA in the INTESTINES, destroying the balance of the intestinal bacterial flora.
- Milk is also linked to TYPE 1 DIABETES among children. Type 1 diabetes, is an auto-immune disease in which the body’s immune system attacks and destroys the insulin-producing cells or beta cells of the pancreas. The cause has been identified as exposure to cow’s milk.
For example , when a child consumes milk and the child has a leaky gut (where the single intestinal cell layer, has been damaged/ destroyed), the cow milk protein lands into the bloodstream; the body recognise the cow milk as foreign and make anti-bodies against a segment of the cow milk; but to keep on making these anti-bodies, it finds a similar segment of amino acids on the surface of the insulin -producing cells (beta cells) of the pancreas, attach to it and they die, causing Type 1 Diabetes.
- Drinking too much milk , causes OSTEOPOROSIS. The calcium concentration in human blood is normally fixed at 9-10mg. By drinking milk (and/or consuming calcium supplements), in order to get calcium, the opposite happens: the calcium concentration in the blood suddenly rises, the body tries to compensate , by excreting calcium from the kidneys through urine, decreasing the overall level of calcium in the body!!. All the big dairy countries, where a lot of milk is consumed, like America, Denmark, Finland and Sweden, have many cases of hip fractures and osteoporosis. In contrast, the Japanese , who consume fish , shrimp and seaweed, and do not drink milk, osteoporosis is unheard of.
- YOGHURT is healthy – a MYTH or the truth?…..you decide for yourself by listening to your body!. Yoghurt is advertised for it’s health benefits , of improving your gastrointestinal condition, due to the lactobacilli found in all yoghurts and improving constipation. BUT, when lactobacilli from the yoghurt enters the stomach , most are killed by stomach acid. Those that do reach the intestines alive, only disrupt the natural lactobacilli resident in the intestines. Also , yoghurt contains a lot of lactose and as we grow older , the enzyme (lactase) that breaks down lactose , begins to decrease. Therefore, when you eat yoghurt, it cannot be properly digested, which results in indigestion. Your intestine’s condition will worsen if you eat yoghurt every day – smelly stools are a sign of this, with toxins being produced inside the colon.
- People of most ethnic groups do not have enough of this enzyme lactase to break down lactose and are LACTOSE INTOLERANT: e.g. 90% of Asians; 75% Hispanics, American Indians and African Americans; 60% Mediterraneans; 15% of North Europeans . If babies are able to drink breast milk, rich with lactose, but end up losing the enzyme as they grow up, is this nature’s way of saying that milk is not something a grownup should drink?. Children and adults who dislike milk, should never be urged to drink it.
MILK DRINKERS, I REST MY CASE!!
INSTEAD, let us rather eat foods that are rich in calcium, magnesium and potassium, to maintain strong bones and normal muscle function. Those foods are:
- nuts and seeds: pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, sesame seeds, almonds, cashews, pistachios, brazil nuts.
- Legumes: soybeans (tofu), white beans, kidney beans, lima beans, black beans
- Whole grains: quinoa, amaranth, brown rice, oats, barley, wheat, spelt.
- Fruits and vegetables: figs, avocados, oranges, rhubarb; dried fruits such as: prunes, raisins, peaches, apricots; tomatoes, potatoes, carrots, radishes, garlic; leafy greens like spinach.
- Animal products: salmon, sardines, bass, mackerel ; eggs, turkey and chicken.