My good friend David sent this article on the history of soybeans. They have been around for a long time. They provide healthy nutrition, protein and are good in so many different kinds of recipes. Search the web for soybeans and try different ones. People enjoy veggie-burgers made from soy, humus, soy milk as a healthy alternative to cow’s milk, and many more. Try different things and enjoy new foods that are really healthy.
July 19, 2012
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Milk fat may be the culprit in bowl diseases. Inflammatory bowl disease is on the rise. Are these diseases being caused by milk? If you are a regular reader of this BLOG, you know my feelings about milk! Babies should drink mother’s milk not cow’s milk and no adult should drink any milk. It is an epigenetic soup designed to reprogram the DNA of a new-born. As an adult we don’t want our DNA to be reprogrammed. Search this BLOG for the word “Milk” to see other BLOGs on this topic.
- Sinai Hospital Offers Human Breast Milk Supplements For Preemies (baltimore.cbslocal.com)
- Not All Milk Alternatives Created Equally (chicago.cbslocal.com)
- Nutrition is politics (whitecoatunderground.com)
- Infant Feeding and Soy Formula (education.com)
- Tummy Troubles, Colic, and Mama’s Diet (scienceofmom.com)
- The Surprising Viruses in Our Gut [The Weizmann Wave] (scienceblogs.com)
- Homemade Almond Milk – The Angel’s Favorite Drink (maybe) (foragingsquirrel.com)
- Milk fats linked to bowel diseases (stuff.co.nz)
- Expressing Your Breast Milk (enfamil.com)
July 2, 2012
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A study reported by PSA Rising, says that eating meat and milk products seems to cause a favorable rise in tumor growth. This can lead to cancer. If you are a big meat and milk and cheese eater, try reducing your intake drastically. Supplement your immune system by eating more fruits and vegetables. Give yourself a fighting chance.
November 10, 2011
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Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) has a website which discusses the problems of consuming dairy products.
a. Osteoporosis – Tests show cow’s milk actually may cause it rather than prevent it
b. Cardiovascular Disease – all dairy products contain significant amounts of cholesterol and fat
c. Cancer – Several types of cancer have been linked to consumption of dairy. These include ovarian, breast and prostate cancers
d. Diabetes – Type 1 is linked to consumption of dairy products
e. Lactose Intolerance – Is becoming more common and is caused by consumption of dairy
f. Vitamin D Toxicity – Consumption of cow’s milk may not provide a significant source of vitamin D in your diet
g. Contaminants – Synthetic hormones in Cow’s milk is passed into our bodies and may cause inflammation
h. Health Concerns of Infants and Children – Dairy may pose health risks to children that lead to chronic illnesses, diabetes and heart disease
If you consume dairy, you should read the articles on this website and educate yourself on the dangers of dairy in out diets.
- Cows Milk… great for a baby cow, does it benefit us? (carriemullaly.wordpress.com)
- Idiocracy of American Diet (paleomomontherun.wordpress.com)
- What’s Wrong with Dairy? (easypaleo.com)