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Don't Drink Your Milk!

I've been preaching since the late 1970s that milk is not only unnatural but actually a disgusting poison. It has no health merits, probably CAUSES osteoporosis and it's only value in calcium and bone metabolism is that it supplies vitamin D (crucial). However we can easily get vitamin D from other sources, notably fish oils.

There a great website run by Robert Cohen called "notmilk,.com" I hearily recommend you go over there and rummage through the torrents of material which condemns milk as fit for human food.

Here's sample piece from the website:

There is a new plague, and it may soon be thriving in your bloodstream, and you'll never again for the rest of your life have a normal bowel movement. You can become infected by drinking just one glass of milk, or by swallowing your next bite of cheese.

The September issue of a most esteemed British medical journal, The Lancet (364: 1039-44), confirms that the blood from Crohn's patients is teeming with bacteria (mycobacterium paratuberculosis) that cause irritable bowels and worse.

Dirty disgusting dangerous pathogens from diseased animals pass directly to you from their tainted body fluids. Concentrated in the cheese and ice cream. Is it worth the risk to continue eating such toxic disease-bearing food?

In their study, scientists at the Department of Molecular Biology and Microbiology at the University of Central Florida cultured mycobacterium paratuberculosis directly from the blood of patients suffering from Crohn's Disease. Data from their experiment suggest that this bacterium may very well be the cause of Crohn's Disease.

So, what else is new? We've been making that same claim, based upon scientific evidence, since June of 1998:

How many people with irritable bowels, ulcerative colitis, and Crohn's Disease would have been spared a lifetime of suffering, had the truth been released to all people eight years ago? The most painful part of this unprecedented conspiracy of silence is that gastroenterologists knew the truth, but remained mute. So too did the folks at USDA. Of course, this bacterium is the biggest fear of America's dairy industry. They knew, and continued to poison trusting Americans.

Numbers do not lie. In September of 1996, the Proceedings for the National Academy of Sciences reported in their journal: "Mycobacterium paratuberculosis RNA was found in 100% of Crohn's disease patients, compared with 0% of controls."

The most serious bacterial disease of cows is caused by Mycobacterium paratuberculosis. Mycobacterium paratuberculosis causes a bovine disease called "Johne's." Cows diagnosed with Johne's Disease have diarrhea and heavy fecal shedding of bacteria. This bacteria becomes cultured in milk and is not destroyed by pasteurization. Occasionally, the milk borne bacteria will begin to grow in the human host, and irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn's results.

How long has the scientific establishment known about this horror story? In 1992, the Journal of Clinical Microbiology (1992;30 (12):3070-3073) reported:

"It is reasonable to conjecture that M. paratuberculosis may be responsible for some cases of Crohn's disease."

Is there proof that dairy farmers knew? On January 24, 1995, Hoard's Dairyman, the national dairy farmers magazine, revealed: "Johne's disease and Crohn's disease are remarkably similar in clinical signs and intestinal pathology."

In February of 1998, a study performed by J. Hermon-Taylor and published in the British Medical Journal revealed: "Mycobacterium Paratuberculosis crosses the species barrier to infect and cause disease in humans."

Why didn't you know this? Because...your doctor did not tell you. He or she reads medical journals. Was there not an obligation to inform patients? Keeping people sick is certainly good for business.

Does pasteurization destroy mycobacterium paratuberculosis? Not on your life. The March, 1998 issue of Applied Environmental Microbiology revealed:

"Mycobacterium paratuberculosis is capable of surviving commercial pasteurization, when there are more than 10 bacteria per milliliter in raw milk."

In her "Ministry of Healing," Ellen G. White wrote (page 271): "In order to have good health, we must have good blood; for the blood is the current of life. It repairs waste and nourishes the body. When supplied with the proper food elements and when cleansed and vitalized by contact with pure air, it carries life and vigor to every part of the system."

White wrote about diet's role in maintaining good blood. She never suspected that human blood could become contaminated by a bacterial infection.

Bacteria in the bloodstream? Your kids? Your family? Your friends? You? Before it's too late, take the advice of a man who was once chief of pediatrics at Johns Hopkins Medical College. Long before he knew of the Crohn's connection, Dr. Frank Oski wrote a book with this title: "Don't Drink Your Milk!"

Robert Cohen

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