Bet You Didn’t Know Milk Is Bad For You And Your Bones
You’re probably asking yourself what does milk have to do with the mental dimension. Everything – you see your mind has bought into the belief that cows milk is good for you and nothing could be farther from the truth.
AND THAT IS A MENTAL DIMENSION ISSUE!
It’s Easier To Fool People
Than It Is To Convince Them That They have Been Fooled!
It’s time to give up all these misleading beliefs that do nothing but cause our society harm – and how do we do that – we get educated and we set aside all the folklore that has been passed down over time through family members and friends!
Milk drinkers – read and weep and then move forward with your life – you have been deceived – now know and grow!
Debunking The Milk Myth: Why Milk Is Bad For You And Your Bones
Did you know that in Medieval England parents would tie rabbits’ feet around their babies’ necks to ward off illness? Doctors would also spit on wounds because saliva was believed to have healing properties.
Indeed, history is replete with unfounded health beliefs, and to everyone’s detriment, the milk myth is among the most tenacious.
Milk is much more than just a drink; it’s a cultural phenomenon that can be traced back thousands of years. And still today, the milk myth resonates loud and clear: in 2001, the average American child consumed 104 quarts of cow’s milk.
Milk depletes the calcium from your bones
The milk myth has spread around the world based on the flawed belief that this protein and calcium-rich drink is essential to support good overall health and bone health in particular at any age. It is easy to understand that the confusion about milk’s imaginary benefits stems from the fact that it contains calcium – around 300 mg per cup.
But many scientific studies have shown an assortment of detrimental health effects directly linked to milk consumption. And the most surprising link is that not only do we barely absorb the calcium in cow’s milk (especially if pasteurized), but to make matters worse, it actually increases calcium loss from the bones. What an irony this is!
Here’s how it happens. Like all animal protein, milk acidifies the body pH which in turn triggers a biological correction. You see, calcium is an excellent acid neutralizer and the biggest storage of calcium in the body is – you guessed it… in the bones. So the very same calcium that our bones need to stay strong is utilized to neutralize the acidifying effect of milk. Once calcium is pulled out of the bones, it leaves the body via the urine, so that the surprising net result after this is an actual calcium deficit.
Knowing this, you’ll understand why statistics show that countries with the lowest consumption of dairy products also have the lowest fracture incidence in their population (there’s more on this later).
But the sad truth is that most mainstream health practitioners ignore these proven facts…
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Why Milk Is Bad For You
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