COW MILK IN HUMANS

One of the most common misconceptions in regards to human health is that a cow's milk is necessary and beneficial to our growth and development as children. The fact of the matter is, cow milk is a foreign substance to the human body. It contains high levels of protein that are known to cause digestive problems and intolerance in humans. Cow milk has also been linked to the following conditions:


Impaired absorption of nutrients

Autoimmune disease

Hormone imbalance

Childhood diabetes

Bowel disease

Ear infections

Heart disease

Osteoporosis

Hyperactivity

Cataracts

Obesity

Cancer

Colic


Human children need the saturated fat and cholesterol found in their mother's breastmilk to grow and sustain healthily. Bovine milk fat and hormones are not intended for human consumption. Hormones in general are not meant to be consumed by older children and adults. As functional beings, we produce our own hormones and our body's naturally regulate that production to keep them at levels that are considered healthy. The fat in cow milk is concentrated with pollutants, pesticides, and large amounts of drugs that are given to cows, such as steroids.


No, thank you!