MILK MATH

MILK MATH…

Some revealing milk related numbers

THE ‘WHOLESOME’ PROTEIN MYTH:
87% of milk is water. So milk drinkers are paying, maybe a buck-a-quart for mostly water. But it’s the other 13 percent, no matter what the cost, that is worrisome and even more costly than you can probably imagine. Broken down into its basic groups… WHOLE MILK is: WATER (87%), FAT (3.7%), CARBOHYDRATE / LACTOSE (4.9%), FIBER (0%), CASEIN AND OTHER PROTEIN (3.5) (note: that is 3.7% “milk-fat” which includes the 87% water.)

80% of the protein in milk is casein. Casein is a powerful binder… a polymer used to make plastics. It is an adhesive that is better used to affix labels to mayonnaise jars then eat or drink. It is sneaked into thousands of processed foods as a binder… It appears on the label as “Whatever” caseinate. Casein is a powerful allergen… it activates histamine which creates lots of mucus.

It’s not just about gobs of mucus, indeed, cows’ milk protein may be the single most significant chemical carcinogen to which humans are exposed, to say nothing of its other negative effects on health.

Sound science clearly demonstrates that: animal protein, when consumed in excess of protein requirements, is one of the most toxic nutrients of all. Risk for disease goes up dramatically when even a little animal protein is added to the diet.

Dr. T. Colin Campbell states: “casein as an animal protein promotes cancer, in spades. [ ] casein is the most relevant chemical carcinogen ever discovered”.

T. Colin Campbell, is Professor Emeritus of Nutritional Biochemistry at Cornell University

Many studies demonstrate that diets high in protein (Especially Animal Protein) lower bone density and increase rick of fracture.

CALCIUM, MILK AND BONE DENSITY:
Fact: Around the world, the higher the dairy intake, the higher the osteoporosis rates.
Osteoporosis is not a calcium deficiency disease! Bone is composed of at least a dozen minerals, going ape over calcium actually increases the risk and severity of osteoporosis.
Think you’re absorbing usable calcium from cow’s milk? Nutritionists consider the optimum ratio (For calcium absorption) of Calcium to Magnesium to be 1:2. The ratio in milk at 10:1is 20 times to the negative, and would seem to be one of the reasons that; the more milk people drink /eat, the ‘Swiss- cheesy-er’ their bones become. So, as a bone-density promoting agent, cows’ milk fails profoundly when used by humans. Unabsorbed (Cellular- ly) calcium does cause great harm however, accumulating as micro-gravel in joints and becoming part of the cross-linkage ‘plaster’ which is so good at clogging arteries.

BACTERIA:
Cow’s milk is allowed to have feces in it
and always does. This is one of the sources of bacteria that milk drinkers drink. Milk is typically pasteurized for only 15 seconds at 162 degrees Fahrenheit. To sanitize water we are told to boil it (190-212 degrees F) for 20 minutes. Curious.
Keep in mind that at room temperature the number of bacteria in milk DOUBLE around every 20 minutes. As you know, milk turns rotten (more rotten) very quickly. While pasteurization lowers the bacterial count (Good bugs and bad bugs) it totally wipes out all the enzymes which would help to digest the milky mess.

PUS:
ONE cubic centimeter (cc) of commercial cow’s milk is allowed to have up to 750,000 somatic cells (“PUS” cells) and 20,000 live bacteria before it is kept off the market.

That amounts to a whopping 20 million live (And rapidly replicating) squiggly bacteria and up to 750 MILLION pus cells per liter / quart.

Or:
1 cup = 236.5882cc 177,441,150 pus cells and 4,731,600 bacteria.

Or:
24 oz (3 glasses) (the “recommended” daily intake) = 532,323,450 pus cells and 14,220,000 bacteria The EU and the Canadians allow for a ‘tangy’ 400,000,000 pus cells per liter.

Based on allowable (And common) counts of white blood cells and bacteria, that famous movie, recording or sports star in the commercials and magazine adds is wearing a white mustache containing 300,000 white blood cells and 25,000 bacteria.
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CHOLESTEROL:
The cholesterol content of those three glasses of milk is equal to what one would get from 53 slices of bacon. 53 SLICES OF BACON!

The milk of each of the over 4,700 mammals on earth is formulated specifically for each species… In the milk that humans usually drink there are special lactoferrins and immunoglobulins (cow specific immunizing compounds) that in humans serve as allergens.

LACTOSE:
MOST of the world’s human population CANNOT tolerate the lactose in cow’s milk.
This includes up to 95% of the black population, around 55% of Hispanics, and most of the Anglos that I know.

LEUKEMIA:
According to the trade publication, ‘Hoards Dairyman’ (Volume 147, number 4)… 89% of America’s dairy herds have the leukemia virus.

MAD COW DISEASE:
There are also prions (pronounced prahy-on) in the milk and meat. This is a microscopic proteinaceous particle, likened to viruses and viroids and linked to Mad Cow Disease… with an “incubation” period of from 5 to 30 years. The end result (In homogenized milk) is MAD COW DISEASE! HOMOGENIZATION. Large fat molecules cannot get through the intestinal wall into the bloodstream… But because homogenization breaks up those large molecules into small ones that DO get into the bloodstream, this becomes an expressway for any fat-borne infectious agents and toxins (lead, dioxin’s, etc.) into your (otherwise) most protected organs.

A TRILLION POUNDS OF UNTREATED WASTE:
There are around 10 million dairy cows in the United States. Each dairy cow ingests 40- 50 pounds of feed and around 280 pounds or 33 gallons of water per day. Allowing for the best dairy production of 55 pounds of milk per day (over ten times what Mother Nature designed the cow to produce) we can see that the balance becomes “slurry”, or Poop and Pee Tea.
That means around 275 pounds of urine and feces per day… per cow, for a daily total of 2.75 BILLION pounds of ‘biologically active’ pollution. Per year… that amounts to ONE TRILLION pounds of UNTREATED pollution entering our streams, rivers, lakes… and drinking water systems… Entering us, even those who don’t drink milk.

10,000,000 dairy cows make a big mess:

Each cow’s intake:
50 lb. feed
+280 lb. water
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330 lb. input
- 55 lb. milk
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275 lb. output (Poop n’ Pee Tea) per cow, per day
X 10,000,000 dairy cows in U.S.
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2,750,000,000 lb. output (Poop n’ Pee Tea) per day
X 365
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1,003,750,000,000 (Over ONE TRILLION POUNDS OF ‘SICK COW POOP N’ PEE TEA.) That’s just the U.S.’s contribution.

Dare to look at ‘Active Numbers’…

Congress recently announced that they will be giving an additional $5 billion in subsidies to dairy farmers. Thanks guys.

These stats are a few years old. We can assume (as history shows) that the numbers get worse every year:
The Dairy Industry is really big business, with sales of over $11 billion for milk and $16 billion for cheese annually in the USA alone.
Dairy Management Inc., whose purpose is to build demand for dairy products on behalf of America’s 80,000-plus dairy producers released the Dairy Check-off 2003 Unified Marketing Plan (UMP) with a budget of $165.7 million. … To protect and enhance consumer confidence in dairy products and the dairy industry.
A significant portion of the money from the 2003 Unified Marketing Plan is specifically targeted to children ages 6 to 12 and their mothers. The goal is “to guide school-age children to become life-long consumers of dairy products, 2003 activities targeted students, parents, educators and school foodservice professionals.” (Similar words and intentions have been attributed to the tobacco industry.) All this marketing is working, too: annual fluid milk consumption among kids 6 to 12 increased to 28 gallons per capita, the highest level in 10 years. Children under 18 drink /eat 46% of the milk consumed in the USA. This includes all dairy products that are made from milk: non-fat milk, low-fat milk, buttermilk, cheeses, cottage cheese, yogurt, ice cream, whey, kefir, and butter. All of them share a similar nutritional profile (plus or minus the fat, protein, and sugar), and as a result, all of them contribute to a wide range of health problems and supply various dangerous agents: E. coli, AIDS and Leukemia Viruses… Lots of drugs.

Dairy products were the foods most often recalled by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from the period October 1, 1993 through September 30, 1998 because of contamination with infectious agents, mostly bacteria. They are commonly tainted with disease-causing bacteria, such as salmonella, staphylococci, listeria, deadly E. coli O1573 and Mycobacterium paratuberculosis (thought to be one of the agents causing Crohn’s disease; a form of life-threatening chronic colitis), as well as viruses known to cause lymphoma and leukemia-like diseases, and immune deficiency in cattle.

AIDS and Leukemia Viruses:
Dairy cattle are infected with bovine immunodeficiency viruses (BIV) and bovine leukemia viruses (BLV), worldwide. (Bovine immunodeficiency viruses can also be properly referred to as bovine AIDS viruses.)

In the United States, results show an average 40% of beef herds and 64% of dairy herds are infected with BIV. In Canada the infection rate is 70% and in Argentina the rate is 84% for BLV. Herds infected with the BIV are usually infected with the leukemia virus (BLV) as well.
Both viruses can cross species lines thus infecting other animals, like sheep, goats, and chimpanzees and humans, who can then the develop disease. Nationwide and worldwide, leukemia is more common in the higher dairy consuming populations. An increased incidence of leukemia has been found among dairy farmers in multiple studies. BIV infection has been reported in at least one person. The bovine leukemia virus has been classified in the same group as the Human T-cell Leukemia/Lymphotropic virus type 1 (HTLV-1), which is known to cause leukemia and lymphomas in humans (Adult T-cell leukemia/lymphoma). BIV is structurally and genetically closely related to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) type-1 (the virus causing human AIDS). Pasteurization kills many types of microorganisms, but it is by no means foolproof.

KOSHER:
Is cow’s milk and dairy “Kosher”? Consider this: “D-3 always is derived from an animal”. The sunlight reaction that converts 7dehydrocholesterol to vitamin D-3 is a bio-chemical reaction that occurs in the skin within specific cells “The provitamin known as 7-dehydrocholesterol is extracted and isolated from the skins of mammals and purified.” (Marian Herbert of the Vitamin D Workshop U of C) Vitamin D-3 can come from four different sources: Pig skin, sheep skin, raw fish liver, and pig brains. Most of the time, Vitamin D3 is extracted from pig skin and sold to dairy processors. Short answer to “is milk kosher” – NO.

OTHER ‘STUFF’:
Fat and cholesterol. Lots of it. Per the dairy influenced USDA “food pyramid”, all milk, dairy and meats should represent no more than 8% of the diet. Statistically, by volume of sales in a nation of 300 million Americans, it works out to almost 40% of the diet just for MILK AND DAIRY. That’s without the meat.

LACTALBUMIN:
The protein lactalbumin has been identified as a key factor in diabetes (and a very good reason for NOT giving cow’s milk to infants).

CROHN’S DISEASE:
Mycobacterium paratuberculosis causes a bovine disease called “Johne’s.” Cows diagnosed with Johne’s Disease have diarrhea, and heavy fecal shedding of bacteria. This bacterium becomes cultured in milk, and is NOT destroyed by pasteurization. Sometimes the milk-borne bacteria will begin to grow in the human host, and the results are irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn’s Disease.

Otitis Media (infection of the middle ear):
More than ten million children a year suffer from ear infections in the United States.
The eustachian tube becomes clogged with mucus and the pressure in the ear rises and the ear becomes infected.
Otitis Media (infection of the middle ear) is the most frequent diagnosis recorded for children who visit physicians for illness. Two out of three children under the age of 3 experience this painful, often damaging malady… Most children in the U.S. are fed cow’s milk. An inner ear infection is the most common cause of hearing loss in children. Far too many kids end up with plastic ear tubes. The surgical procedure for placing tubes in the ears has become one of the most commonly performed operations of any kind. In the 90s a million or more children each year underwent surgery to have “ventilation” tubes inserted in one or both ears.

Michael Klaper, M.D., explains how the proteins found in Cow’s milk create a health hazard. He writes, “A common reaction to such an assault by a foreign [bovine] protein in our immune systems is an outpouring of mucus from the nasal and throat membranes. The resulting mucus flow can create chronic runny nose, persistent sore throats, hoarseness, bronchitis, and the recurrent ear infections that plague so many children.”
A Georgetown University study showed that up to 86 percent of ear infections improved when children stopped drinking cow’s milk and other allergens.

CUMULATIVE EFFECTS:
How does all this impact humans who consume cow’s milk and dairy?

Obesity (more than 34 percent of Americans are obese 33 percent are overweight, and about 6 percent are “extremely” obese. And all the numbers are rising), heart disease, cancer, allergies, digestive problems, diabetes, asthma, desensitization to antibiotics, behavioral problems, and the constant ingestion of dioxin’s, herbicides, pesticides (and all other poisons that a cow eats or is exposed to), that winds up getting stored in HUMAN fat… is not healthy by any measure. One reason people get fat (Fatter) is because the body needs more and more storage media to pack-away the never ending input of funky stuff taken in through poor diet. Fat is a high-capacity storage media.

So much for cow’s milk being “nature’s perfect food” for humans! Mother Nature knows better and someone who honestly thinks about just what milk is, must get it as well.
See: Milk, and the many ill conditions it causes

COMMON QUESTIONS:
Where was this massive “milk is a must” before refrigeration, pasteurization and mass transportation? Back when cows gave only 1-4 pounds a day it was quickly made into BUTTER and cheese! Now that cows have been tweaked and shot-up with Posilac to produce up to 55 or more pounds of milk per day… almost all year long… it is suddenly (after many thousands of years) a daily “staple” for those of us who eat according to diabolical advertising and corporate programming… And still, most of the world’s people don’t use the stuff, you know, people who never deal with osteoporosis, people who are not inundated with ‘dairy counsel’ advertising and where the schools’ nutrition-educational material is not provided by meat and dairy interests.

MORE POLLUTION:
Cows are hot-blooded mammals. Like all other mammals they produce methane gas. The English New Scientist (page 5 -31.8.96) mentions that cattle produce around 48 kilograms (110 pounds) of methane each per year and that much more bubbles out of the animals’ manure. Dairy cows eat more because they produce milk. Ten million dairy cows, times a minimum of 100 pounds of methane gas per year… that amounts to about a billion pounds of methane gas released into the atmosphere each year, just in the U.S. With around 100 million beef cattle… pigs, sheep, and other “factory farmed” animals it should not be difficult to fathom the extent of this problem. This means that “Beef / MILK is a greenhouse-intensive food” and a major cause of climate change (with dairy a significant part of that problem).

ANOTHER MAJOR POINT IS:
Milk itself is a very potent pollutant: it is about 400 times more polluting than untreated sewage. To put it another way, 1,000 gallons of milk has the same polluting potential as the untreated sewage from a town of 7,000 people.” Morlais Owen. Chief Scientist for Welsh Water. North Wales Weekly News. 24.3.88.

SOME QUESTIONS ANSWERED:
Q: What is WHEY?
A: Whey results when the FAT and CASEIN are removed from milk. In making cheese, the curds become the cheese. Whey’s main components are bovine serum albumin and lactalbumin. There are other hormones contained in whey.

Q: What happens to the: 59 hormones, scores of allergens herbicides, pesticides, dioxins up to 52 antibiotics when made into cheese?
A: Everything gets concentrated.
When made into butter?
A: The allergens get lost: but the dioxin and pesticides and antibiotics remain in the fat.
In the digestive system?
A: Steroid hormones survive, as do dioxin and antibiotics.
In homogenized milk, protein hormones survive… depending upon the gastric pH, some protein hormones in cheese survive, but not all… But at least eleven steroid hormones survive.

AND WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
Eventually, everything is broken down, but not before the chemical messengers (hormones) “deliver their message.” Each of those hormones and proteins acts differently and has different rates of degradation. BOTTOM LINE… they all survive to a certain degree… and the effects are cumulative.

OTHER HEATH-TRASHING SUBSTANCES IN COW’S MILK:
Whey: Blood proteins. Bovine serum lactalbumin has been identified as a trigger for diabetes and other autoimmune diseases. Lactose: Two sugars. Glucose and galactose. Galactose has been identified as a trigger for glaucoma. …

T. Time:
According to a report released by the ‘National Association
for Continence’, which studies bathroom behavior, the average
American spends 55 minutes per day sitting on the toilet. This is the ‘average’ not the worst.

Eschewing meat and dairy, which provide ZERO fiber, helps produce an efficient elimination system allowing some people to spend only about three minutes per day tending to the same chore. They’ve got about six hours more free time each week, and three hundred free hours per year.

Eighty percent of milk protein is casein, the major mucous producer.
Casein from cow’s milk is a foreign protein. When you eat this antigen, your body’s immune system manufactures an antibody. The antibody is histamine. As a result of histamine production, you produce mucus, and lots of it.

Sprinkle Parmesan cheese on your pasta and ten hours later, you’ll have produced enough mucous to fill the empty quart container of Ben & Jerry’s Salmonella Vanilla. Most Americans continuously eat one form or another of dairy products. The average American eats the equivalent of 30 ounces per day from this food group (Many children, and ladies trying to protect their skeletal density, consume much more). For many of them, ‘unproductive’
bowel movements are a way of life, and they don’t know what it is like to be regular.

A diet style which supports efficient bathroom experiences profits a person with 15 – 20,000 extra productive hours over the average American’s lifetime.

Cases of type 1 diabetes in children under five years is predicted to double in the next decade, yes double in 10 short years. The main culprit is likely diet (Not responsibility-relieving genetics), and ‘wholesome’ milk is likely the critical dietary component… Type 2 diabetes, now an exponentially growing, raging epidemic is always dietarilly self induced, and dairy junk is part of that problem as well… All totally preventable. Stop drinking someone else’s milk, eating someone else’s body and eating junk. Not too hard to figure out.
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According to: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/8624.php
Just a handful of foods are to blame for 90% of allergic reactions to food.
From the short list of the worst offenders:
Milk is number ONE
Eggs is number two

THE VEAL CONNECTION:
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Some 750,000 calves are raised and killed for veal in the United States (American Veal Association, 2000) each year. Those baby boys are bi-products of the milk that humans drink. Most veal calves are unwanted males from ‘the business of dairy’.

Dairy cows must give birth to continue producing milk, but male dairy calves are of little or no value to the dairy operation.
Two types of veal are recognized by the USDA: bob veal, produced from calves slaughtered at up to three weeks of age, and special-fed veal, from calves slaughtered around 16-weeks. These little guys would live 25 years if left to nature. Those who live till 16 weeks weigh up to 450 pounds but are still held captive and totally immobile in their life-long cage measuring about two feet by five and a half feet. I would like to see an average weight human spend one day in such ‘accommodations’, and it would seem only empathetically fitting that a milk drinking / veal eating person would spend some time ‘getting-a-feel’ for where his milkshake and cutlet come from.

Ouch!
Because so little attention is given to the welfare of the cows, 100% of them are [miss] treated inhumanely and an estimated 200,000 per year become so sick they’re unable to walk or even stand. Their meat must still be harvested. Profit, Profit, Profit. Some is eaten by humans, some is fed back to the cows and beef steers and some becomes chicken feed… Some is cooked, compressed and ends up in BABY FOOD. Baby food for human babies. How nice, and let’s wash that down with a bottle of nice room temperature milk, what do you say junior.

And…

What the ‘Milk Pushers’ were up to fifty years ago:
The front cover of the June 25, 1959 issue of Hoard’s has an imprinted map of the United States announcing “June is Dairy Month.”
This milk promotion program has been going on for a long time!

While America was being conned by milk ads, what truths were dairy insiders reading?

Opening the front cover of the June 25, 1959 issue,
the reader found a full page ad for:

“The NEW Teramycin for mastitis” treatment.

The ad copy reveals that the NEW Pfizer drug controls ten or more kinds of mastitis germs causing infections.
Infections? Germs?
If only Americans knew what was going on with those udders back in 1959. Five decades later, most milk consumers are still in the dark. In 2009, the cost of mastitis control per cow now exceeds $200 per year.
That’s over $2 billion dollars of drugs in their bodies and yours (If you partake.)

The inside rear cover of the 1959 issue of Hoard’s contains a full page ad for
what’s marketed as a “hidden drug treatment,” American Cyanamid’s Aureomycin, an antibiotic that was once placed in animal feed.
The ad copy lets dairymen know:

“Grass alone [their natural diet] can’t give your cows all the food values they need for sustained high production. When you’re feeding cows…
an effective antibiotic in the ration becomes more urgent.”

Cows [and the people who eat and drink them] have been fed antibiotics for generations, and few people outside of the industry knew.
Little boys and girls were fed these same antibiotics, day after day. Ever wonder why we had such a runaway Candida (Infective yeast / fungus) epidemic in the eighties, and why the world is now plagued with antibiotic-resistant super-bugs?

Here’s an appropriate June quote by which dairy farmers can celebrate their special month. The following appeared ten years ago in the June, 1999 issue of a peer-reviewed scientific journal, Food Protein (Volume 62):

“The administration of sub therapeutic doses of antibiotics to livestock introduces selective pressures that may lead to the emergence and dissemination of resistant bacteria. The present findings clearly demonstrate that antibiotic-resistant bacteria in beef and milk pose a serious problem.”

Today, little boys and girls cannot be treated effectively with allopathic medicine for infections because antibiotics no longer work. Doctors are blamed for over-prescribing medicines. This is but part of the problem… All the while, new strains of germs grew within cows and developed immunities to antibiotics. If one eats antibiotics every day, and drinks antibiotic-laced milk containing germs with immunities, she / he will gain nothing by taking those same antibiotics when they are needed to treat human infection. Duh!

Got antibiotics?

Happy National Dairy Month.

Love, Billy

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About the China Study and Professor Campbell:
The message of the China Project is one of simplicity. You might say we are primarily interested in the symphony, secondarily interested in the individual musical notes. We believe the notes are most meaningful when perceived within the larger composition, especially when the symphony represents the very essence of our planetary well being. We must take more seriously the comprehensive effects of whole diets, rather than randomly tracking the misleading effects of individual nutrients and other odd chemicals. The time for making these linkages is now. The China Project data rigorously challenge many of our long-held nutritional assumptions and offer immense opportunities for improving our dietary habits on a global scale.
T. Colin Campbell is a Co-Director of the Cornell-Oxford-China Diet and Health Project. He was trained at Cornell (M.S., Ph.D.) and MIT (Research Associate) in nutrition, biochemistry and toxicology. He presently holds the endowed chair of Jacob Gould Schurman Professor of Nutritional Biochemistry at Cornell University.
For full REFERENCES:
www.NewCenturyNutrition.com
About Dr. Campbell
T. Colin Campbell, who is Professor Emeritus of Nutritional Biochemistry at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, has had a long career in research, teaching and development of national/international on diet, nutrition and health. His studies have ranged from work in the Philippines developing a nationwide program for feeding malnourished children to the organization and directorship of a nationwide study on diet, health and disease in the People’s Republic of China, commonly known as the China Study.
Along the way he also managed a large laboratory based program of research on the basic biology of the relationship of diet with disease, especially concerning cancer. He has been a member of several expert committees that developed national and international policy on diet and cancer, food labeling, food safety issues and saccharin toxicity.
He is probably best known for his work in the China Study and as Senior Science Advisor during the formative years of the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) and the World Cancer Research Fund. AICR awarded him the 1998 Lifetime Achievement Award in Cancer Research. Also, as a result of his work in China (the most comprehensive study on diet and disease ever conducted), he was recently named to the Board of Directors of a new government agency in China responsible for developing national diet and health research and education programs for the country.

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