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The Poison Called Dairy - We Put It In Our Body Everyday

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Countries consuming the most milk products also have the highest rates of
degenerating bone disease (like osteoporosis), heart disease, breast cancer, allergies,
diabetes and multiple sclerosis. The United States consumes more dairy than the rest
of the world put together and yet has the highest levels of osteoporosis and weak bones
in the world.
Milk does NOT put calcium in our bones- it does the opposite- it PULLS calcium from
our bones making them weak, soft and brittle. Why ? Because dairy products are acidic
to our body, which forces our body to protect itself by pulling alkaline minerals from
wherever it can get it- namely our bones- to neutralize the acids. This ironically leads to
calcium deficiency. Cow's milk is not the same as human milk. The calcium in cows
milk or cheese is not the same as calcium from organic plant sources like leafy greens
(that's where cows get their calcium !)
Milk and cheese are the leading cause of arthritis, constipation, allergies, asthma, colic,
sinus issues, heart disease, ovarian problems, anemia, insulin-dependent diabetes,
cataracts, obesity, congestion, lung problems and even cancer. It has been directly
linked to heart attacks and stroke. When people are autopsied, they cut open the heart
and all this white thick goo pours out... gues what it is ? Calcium plaque ! That's like
trying to use cement instead of oil in your car's engine.
Dairy creates mucus which clogs up our intestines, lungs and reproductive systems,
overloading them with slimy mucus that smothers our cells so they can't breathe. When
white spots start appearing on different parts of the body, it means fat and mucus has
spread throughout the respiratory and reproductive systems. Hormonal imbalances
often result, including thyroid, pancreatic and gonad functions. This condition results in
cysts and tumors, eventually leading to cancer, expecially breast, colon and
reproductive areas. All animal products lead to fat and cholesterol deposits in the
arteries and heart, lining them with a white thick pasty cement made of inorganic
calcium.
Nothing clogs up your intestines faster than cheese and dairy. It is glue.
Cows milk contains higher levels of saturated fat than human milk, meaning cholesterol
buildup and blood circulation problems in babies and adults.
Too much bad unusable calcium is actually the real cause of osteoporosis. Milk and
cheese is one reason more women are dying today of heart problems and cancer than
ever before. People have all kinds of inorganic calcium clogging up their bodies and
hardly any good absorbable calcium.
If you think cheese isn't an addictive substance, try and separate a woman from cheese.
Pasteurizing milk (boiling at high temperature) kills the enzymes, so the milk cannot be
properly digested. The pancreas can't replace these missing , so here comes diabetes.
Homogenizing milk makes fat particles so tiny they go through the intestinal mucus,
directly into the bloodstream where they become an alien substance ( like hydrogenated
oils or margarine) that he body doesn't know what to do with, it so it accumulates in the
arteries, joints, heart and other organs.
Pasteurized milk is dead food. Calves (baby cows) fed pasteurized milk normally die
after 8 weeks !
Even if you drank it raw, you wouldn't want to. Most cows are sick and diseased. They
are milked by a machine causing blood and pus to be in the milk.
When a human drinks milk, only half of the protein is used, the rest becomes foreign
protein in the body... and foreign proteins are the number one cause of all disease in
humans. It puts a serious strain on the kidneys ( the kidneys of a meat eater or
someone who drinks milk or eats cheese) has to work 3 times harder than the kidneys
of a vegetarian. They ultimately turn to stone. It's very hard on a baby because the
kidneys aren't even fully formed yet.
A 12 year Harvard study of 72,000 showed those who drank the most milk (3 or more
glasses a day) had more bone fractures than those who drank very little. Where do
cows and horses, goats and elephants get calcium ? From grass. Greens have more
nutrition than almost anything on the planet. The best way to make greens digestible
for humans is to put them in a blender with some fruit. That makes all the nutrients
instantly absorbable.
Excerpt from HEAL YOURSELF 101 by Markus Rothkranz

We don't eat meat because of compassion for animals - then why do we steal milk that was intended for calves ? Also as we all know cows at dairy farms have horrendous living coniditions - why be part of a system that is hurtful ?

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HEALTHY MILK- 3 easy versions

30 second milk:

VERSION A. (in blender)- 1 cup soaked sesame seeds, 2 cups water, 2 pitted

dates Sesame seeds are VERY high in natural absorbable calcium, and also have lots

of B vitamins and iron.

VERSION B. (in blender) coconut milk (the liquid from young thai coconuts) and

some kind of dark leafy greens (kale, spinach etc). This is very very very healthy

*note- do NOT use coconut water from cans. They are processed. Crack open your

own.

VERSION C .(in blender) 2 tablespoons of raw almond butter with a couple cups

water, a tiny pinch of sea salt, and a dab of raw honey

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What about organic milk? What about foods like margarine and yogurt etc. And how will I make paneer? I actually like the idea of omitting diary products out my diet. Sounds like fun.

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Credible source?

Milk has been drank for years upon years, I don't think people had much trouble.

The USA has all these health probelms because of crap diet. Junk food etc.

However, homogonised milk may be worse than non-homogenised because the fat particles are made smaller, this might make it harder to absorb vitamins like A and E.

I've been drinking 5-10 cups at least for the past 15 years of my life. I've never broken a bone.

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Soya milk, rice milk and almond milk are common vegan alternatives. Also, nowadays there are vegan substitutes for lots of things, eg. vegan cheese, ice cream, yoghurt, chocolate, the list goes on.

Apparently the dairy industry is more cruel to animals than the slaughtering of animals for meat and I heard that a lot of people (vegetarians especially but also non-vegetarians) turned vegan after watching the documentary 'Earthlings' (you can find it on YouTube) which exposes many industries that use animals for different purposes- meat/dairy/fashion/scientific/medical and so on.

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1. Remember that humans used to be lactose-intolerant because once weaned, they did not consume milk. There are areas in SE Asia where the population is largely lactose-intolerant still. This has been shown through genetic testing.☺

2. Boosting calcium intake through dairy products has been proven to reverse osteoporosis (measured through DEXA scans). Where is the evidence for your claims?

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1. Remember that humans used to be lactose-intolerant because once weaned, they did not consume milk. There are areas in SE Asia where the population is largely lactose-intolerant still. This has been shown through genetic testing.☺

2. Boosting calcium intake through dairy products has been proven to reverse osteoporosis (measured through DEXA scans). Where is the evidence for your claims?

Lactose intolerance may also be a cultural thing.

India is less intolerant than E. Asia and Africa but more than Europe.

This may be because of culture, and also due to fact that many had nomadic ancestors who did/still do drink milk.

You heard of lactose intolerance in Punjab where people drink milk straight from the cow?

I've even read a lot of papers saying raw milk is one of the best foods for you but when milked from a healthy cow.

edit - Are you also going to refuse dehi, roti (chappared with butter), kheer, paneer, etc.?

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Are you also going to refuse dehi, roti (chappared with butter), kheer, paneer, etc.?

No way i love it !! :biggrin2:

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I think you need to look up the meaning of toxic and poison.

'Man the side effects of this milk yoo', 'he poisoned his drink with 25ml of milk'

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Lactose intolerance may also be a cultural thing.

India is less intolerant than E. Asia and Africa but more than Europe.

This may be because of culture, and also due to fact that many had nomadic ancestors who did/still do drink milk.

You heard of lactose intolerance in Punjab where people drink milk straight from the cow?

I've even read a lot of papers saying raw milk is one of the best foods for you but when milked from a healthy cow.

edit - Are you also going to refuse dehi, roti (chappared with butter), kheer, paneer, etc.?

i agree with you singh

kids these days and there chochaleyas :)

remember old singhs were the ones who prefered milk

they used to drink a bucket of milk

now a days vegans say anything to keep people from consuming milk product.

Lassi peeo thand rakho, kadi globul warning :)

dodh kheer paneer te kheo fer ni milne :)

saag chete karata haha

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I think we have to be very careful before milk is dismissed.

Firstly we must look at Gurbani and see what Guru Jee says. Now if we look at Ramkali Ki Vaar, both Bhai Satta Jee & Bhai Balwand Jee praise Mata Kivi Jee for her seva in the langar and make particular reference to how beautiful the 'kheer' in the langar was.

balava(n)dd kheevee naek jan jis bahuthee shhaao pathraalee || la(n)gar dhoulath va(n)ddeeai ras a(n)mrith kheer ghiaalee ||
Balwand says that Khivi, the Guru's wife, is a noble woman, who gives soothing, leafy shade to all. She distributes the bounty of the Guru's Langar; the kheer - the rice pudding and ghee, is like sweet ambrosia.

Ang 967

Bhagat Dhanna Jee, who is not wealthy ask Vaheguroo Jee for some essential for him to servive in life:

dhaal seedhhaa maago gheeo ||
Lentils, flour and ghee - these things, I beg of You.

Ang 695

I’ve particularly not quoted Gurbani which refers to or uses mother’s milk as a metaphor. But the quotes above clearly show praise or highlight the necessity for milk or ghee (both being dairy). So clearly our Sat Guru, Sri Granth Sahib Jee Maharaaj speaks of milk with praise.

If you go further, all Mahapursh's speak of the importance of drinking milk and the inner and external use of Ghee for Naam Abhiyaas. Mahapurshes such as Sant Attar Singh Mastuanwale and Sant Gurbachan Singh Bhinderanwale (to name a few). So dairy is and has always been considered an important part of a Gursikhs diet.

But your concerns regarding milk is not without merit...actually i believe you are correct in that the milk readily available today is bad for us...but not all milk is. The milk available today is for commercial use, to be produced on mass, to look beautiful and have a long shelf life. In order to ensure this, todays milk goes through two processes, Homogenisation and Pasteurisation.

Homogensied milk ensures the fat never separates from the milk and remains consistent throughout the milk in order to beautify the milk, this is very dangerouse as the fat molecules become so small that they can go into our blood stream when we drink it, leading to all sorts of illnesses (cancer, arthritis).

Pasteurisation kills off all healthy bacteria that are essential to help us digest milk. Pasteurisation of milk is at extremely high temperatures, much higher than we can achieve on a stove, this also has negative effect on the milk and on our health but not to the extent the homogenised milk does. I'm not an expert on milk so i recommend everyone to please study homogenisation of milk in particular. Ask your parents about buffalo milk in Punjab and how the fat always rises to the top...well that doesn't happen in ur milk from the supermarket does it?

We need to go back to drinking milk how it was supposed to be. The best form of milk to drink that is both organic & raw...straight from a cow to ur fridge. The fat will still separate but a quick whisk with a spoon makes it mix and it will still have all the healthy bacteria present.

Unhomogenised milk is available today in shops in UK but is quite card to get, the only one i've found is Duchy milk from Waitrose...but this too is pasteurised so it's a compromise i make. Most people argue it's the homogenisation process of milk that is most dangerous to the human body, more than pasteurisation.

I thought i’d share my thoughts on milk especially since we are vegetarians. But the most important thing regarding the debate of milk for me is, did our Guru Sahibs drink milk or use it? Well, milk was used in kheer and ghee was and still is used in parshaad from Sri Guru Nanak Dev Jee Mahraaj till today. So if Guru Sahib used milk, i think we should too, unless one is allergic or has lactose intolerance.

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