The truth about dairy milk has been slowly getting out to the general public, despite the challenge in overcoming the aftermath of the wildly successful “Got Milk” ad campaign.
The same ad firm that created campaigns for Frito-Lay, Haagen Dazs and Dreyer’s Ice Cream, was hired by the California Milk Processor Board for the Got Milk? campaign.
The Got Milk? campaign has been running since 1993, and is credited with large increases in consumption of milk. Sadly, this ad agency – named “agency of the decade” – was paid millions of dollars to brainwash millions of people into consuming a product that harms.
Here’s what you need to know about milk:
1. Milk contains: pituitary hormones, steroids, hypothalamic, and thyroid hormones.
2. Milk contains nerve and epidermal growth factors, and the growth inhibitors MDGI and MAF
3. Milk contains Recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone, r BGH: a genetically engineered hormone DIRECTLY linked to breast, colon and prostate cancer.
4. Milk contains pus: National averages show at least 322 million cell-counts of pus per glass. This is well-above the human limit for pus-intake, (nice to know we have a pus-intake limit) and has been directly linked to Crohn’s disease. The pus comes from infected udders.
5. Milk contains Blood Cells: The USDA allows up to 1.5 million white blood cells per milliliter of commonly-sold milk.
6. Milk contains Antibiotics: Cows are in a chronic state of disease and mistreatment that they must continually be injected with antibiotics and treated with chemical ointments to deal with their infections. As of today, the “regulators” only test for 4 of the 85 drugs used in dairy cows.
7. The strenuous milking process that cows endure causes the cows to live in a permanent state of biochemical stress response and adrenal fatigue, which releases excessive amounts of cortisol (just as it does in humans). When we drink milk, we are then exposed to the millions of stress-response cells in the milk of cows.
Some people turn to raw sources of milk as a result, but this is outlawed in many states to to potential deadly bacteria.
IS ORGANIC MILK ANY BETTER?
There are not many dairies producing organic milk. Therefore, organic milk usually travels long distances before it reaches consumers. So, organic milk is pasteurized at ultra-high temperatures (UHT) to kill all the bacteria in the milk. Unopened organic milk can be shelf stable for 6 to 9 months! It doesn’t even require refrigeration (although it is usually refrigerated in stores because manufacturers realized people distrust shelf stable milk).
According to microbiologist Lee Dexter and other scientists, UHT flattens milk molecules to a degree that if the proteins get into the bloodstream (common problem among those who get “leaky gut syndrome” from drinking milk), the human body mounts an immune response against them. This makes people sick tired, lacking in energy and can depress the immune response so it won’t work when we need it most. So, although organic milk cows are not fed rGBH, and only receive antibiotics when sick, it is still not a healthy option because ALL dairy contains cancer causing casein..
Drink nut or seed milks instead!