I think that is worth to read dr Robert Kradijan's article about milk.
This is a little part:
IS ALL MILK THE SAME?
Then there is the matter of where we get our milk. We have settled on the cow because of its docile nature, its size, and its abundant milk supply. Somehow this choice seems "normal" and blessed by nature, our culture, and our customs. But is it natural? Is it wise to drink the milk of another species of mammal? ...
...LEUKEMIA? LYMPHOMA? THIS MAY BE THE WORST--BRACE YOURSELF!
I hate to tell you this, but the bovine leukemia virus is found in more than three of five dairy cows in the United States! This involves about 80% of dairy herds. Unfortunately, when the milk is pooled, a very large percentage of all milk produced is contaminated (90 to 95per cent). Of course the virus is killed in pasteurisation-
-if the pasteurisation was done correctly. What if the milk is raw? In a study of randomly collected raw milk samples the bovine leukemia virus was recovered from two-thirds. Isincerely hope that the raw milk dairy herds are carefully monitored when compared to the regular herds. (Science 1981;213:1014).
This is a world-wide problem....
Read more these very informative article by Robert M. Kradijan, MD
THE MILK LETTER : A MESSAGE TO MY PATIENTS
I stoped drinking cow's milk many years ago and I never regreted. If I want to drink milk, there are many other good, healthy milk: soy milk, rice milk, almond milk.
I like almond milk, especialy raw almond milk.
Almonds are very healthy.
It is very easy to prepare.
Most of the people on this planet live very healthfully without cows' milk.
You can too.
God bless your day and whatever you do!
What I Eat In a Day @VeganLight
1 year ago