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Milk Hardens Blood Vessels

“Homogenized cow's milk transforms healthy butterfat into microscopic spheres of fat containing xanthine oxidase (XO) which is one of the most powerful digestive enzymes there is. The spheres are small enough to pass intact right through the stomach and intestines walls without first being digested. Thus this extremely powerful protein knife, XO, floats throughout the body in the blood and lymph systems. When the XO breaks free from its fat envelope, it attacks the inner wall of whatever vessel it is in. This creates a wound. The wound triggers the arrival of patching plaster to seal off that wound. The patching plaster is cholesterol. Hardening of the arteries, heart disease, chest pain, heart attack is the result.”


STOP RIGHT HERE! If the foregoing statement in a professional biomedical research peer reviewed journal is true, the rational mind instantly ceases ingestion of anything with homogenized milk in it. Certainly, you will instantly remove all such material from your abode if children are in your care—if you are rational and if the statement is true.
Picture of an homogenizer machine in a milk factory.

Homogenization is to mechanically whip whole milk so hard its butterfat molecules separate from their natural clumps to float in perpetual microscopic suspension throughout the water. This distributes the flavor-bearing fat all over the water of the milk. From a naturally totally blah white liquid with a floating layer of rich, creamy, fatty goo, you get a mildly tasty beverage absent anything floating above it. But now it's a killer poison circulating all over your body. In your heart, your liver, your brain! Milk is good for you?

The dairy industry food engineers invented this process to open a huge 1930s Great Depression market for milk, school children. Children were given a little carton of milk with a straw for payment of 1 cent at least once per day in classrooms.

When they added a dollop of chocolate flavor (with lots of sugar) to create sugared chocolate milk, the market flew to the moon. Suddenly little children began to experience epidemics of polio, tooth disease, bronchial disturbances, and head colds.

The tragedy of this systematic poisoning of little children under the guise of good nutrition, is that the tiny capillaries and veins of the brain close down completely when they clog with cholesterol patches triggered by fat globule released xanthine oxidase.
Picture of an homogenizer machine in a milk factory.

Children arriving from this era as late teens and early twenties, fallen Korean War soldiers in the 1950s, were autopsied and found with hardening of the cardiovascular system, heretofor an old man's disease.

Multiple sclerosis is suspected of coming from milk harboring an undiscovered virus that attacks people who have vulnerable immune systems. MS was rare when mothers breast fed.
Neuroepidemiology 1992; 11:304-12.

Milk is heavily promoted as the best source of dietary calcium. All false propaganda. Milk is a very poor calcium source because the calcium/phosphorus ratio is important for optimal use of all bone-building minerals. Too much phosphorus will upset the balance, which could lead to progressive bone loss. The ideal ratio is 2.5 to 1. The ratio in cow's milk is only 1.3 to 1. When calcium and phosphorus reach the intestine together, they compete for absorption. The more phosphorus there is, the less calcium will enter the body. Some phosphate compounds form insoluble calcium salts in the intestine. In addition, excess phosphorus triggers the release of parathyroid hormone, which sucks calcium out of bone.
Robert Atkins, MD

by Nathaniel Mead, Natural Health- July/August 1994

Galactose. Ovarian cancer rates parallel dairy-eating patterns around the world. The culprit seems to be galactose, the simple sugar broken down from the milk sugar lactose. Animals fed galactose go on to develop ovarian cancer. According to Boston gynecologist Daniel Cramer, women with this cancer often have trouble breaking down galactose.

About 10% of the U.S. population lacks the enzymes to metabolize galactose, says Cramer. Since you can't tell whether you lack these enzymes, unlike lactose intolerance, in which there are clear signs of digestive upset, I just tell my patients they don't need dairy. Yogurt, cheese, and other fermented dairy products, as well as those containing Lactaid, are the richest sources of galactose.

Pesticides Pesticides concentrate in milk of both farm animals and humans. A study by the Environmental Defense Fund found widespread pesticide contamination of human breast milk among 1,400 women in forty-six states. The levels of contamination were twice as high among the meat and dairy eating women as among vegetarians.

Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria Joseph Beasley, M.D., and Jerry Swift wrote in The Kellogg Report (The Institute of Health Policy and Practice, 1989) that even moderate use of antibiotics in animal feed can result in the development of antibiotic resistance in animal bacteria, and the subsequent transfer of that resistance to human bacteria.

Vitamin D Toxicity Heavy consumption of milk, especially by small children, may result in vitamin D toxicity. Records show that dairies do not carefully regulate how much vitamin D is added to milk. A study reported in The New England Journal of Medicine, April 30, 1992, showed that of forty-two milk samples, only 12 percent were within the expected range of vitamin D content. Testing of ten infant formula samples revealed seven with more than twice the vitamin D content reported on the label; one sample had more than four times the label amount.

Immune System Dysfunction Cow's milk proteins damage the human immune system. Amino acids, the units that make up proteins, are building blocks for all living cells. When protein in our food is properly broken down by the digestive system into amino acids, it does no harm to the immune system. Some food proteins, however, are absorbed into the blood fully undigested, provoking an immune response. Repeated exposure to these proteins disrupts normal immune function and may eventually lead to disease.

Cow's milk contains many proteins that are poorly digested and harmful to the immune system. Removing dairy from the diet has been shown to shrink enlarged tonsils and adenoids, indicating relief for the immune system. Doctors experimenting with dairy-free diets often report a marked reduction in colds, flus, sinusitis, and ear infections.

Dairy is a mucous producer and a burden on the respiratory, digestive, and immune systems. Poorly digested bovine antigens (substances that provoke an immune reaction) like casein become allergens in allergic individuals. Frank A. Oski, M.D., author of Don't Drink Your Milk (Teach Services,1992) and chief of pediatrics at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, cites evidence that at least 50% of all children in the United States are allergic to cow's milk. Dairy products are the leading cause of food allergy, often revealed by diarrhea, constipation, and fatigue. Many cases of asthma and sinus infections are reported to be relieved and even eliminated by cutting out dairy. The exclusion of dairy, however, must be complete to see any benefit.

Diabetes and Autoimmune Diseases Consumption of cow's milk has been associated with insulin-dependent diabetes. The milk protein bovine serum albumin (BSA) somehow leads to an auto-immune reaction aimed at the pancreas and ultimately to impairment of the pancreas's ability to produce insulin. According to a 1992 report in The New England Journal of Medicine, all of 142 diabetic children studied had abnormally high levels of BSA antibodies. This research suggests that a combination of genetic predisposition and exposure to cow's milk leads to juvenile diabetes.

Milk Diabetes

Juvenile onset (Type I) diabetes is caused by destruction of the insulin-producing cells of the pancreas. This type of diabetes is thought to occur in genetically susceptible individuals, when an unknown environmental factor triggers the immune system to attack the pancreas. Recent evidence suggests that exposure to dairy products early in life may be an important triggering factor.

In epidemiologic studies, children who did not receive cow's milk during the first three months of life had 40% fewer cases of diabetes than children who did consume milk. Animal research has provided evidence that at least two different cow's milk proteins can promote damage to the pancreas. Now, a group of Italian researchers has studied the relationship between dairy-product consumption and Type I diabetes in nine regions of Italy. What they found is a very close association between fluid milk consumption and the incidence of Type I diabetes. However, cheese consumption was not related to the incidence of diabetes.
Fava D, et al. Relationship between dairy product consumption and incidence of IDDM in childhood in Italy. Diabetes Care 1994; 17:1488-1490

The main allergen in milk is the protein casein. If you are allergic to this protein, it doesn't matter whether the casein came from polluted, organic, raw or pasteurized milk, chocolate, sour cream, ice cream, yogurt, cottage cheese, whipped cream, any kind of cheese, or butter. Allergic reactions here are dosage independent, whether a thimble full or a bucket full is ingested, the reaction will be the same. This allergy causes chronic headache and joint pain.
Clein, NW Cow's Milk Allergy in Infants and Children, J.Nutr Med 1991;2:201

Hunter, JO Food Allergy, Cor Enterometabolic Disorder? The Lancet, Aug 24,1991;338:495-496

Juvonen P et al, Macromolecular Absorption and Cow's Milk Allergy. Archives of Disease in Children, 1990; 65:300-303

Milk is a factor in rheumatoid arthritis.
Clin & Exp Immunology, 1981;45-2:299-304.

Milk may cause a permanent, irreversible inability to metabolize blood sugar. Insulin-dependent Type I diabetes is also called juvenile diabetes.
Amer J. Clinical Nutrition, 1990;51:489-91.

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