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Goat Milk!

You’ve read about Monsanto and their genetically altered corn, soy etc., how about the milk that is fed to children in public school lunches, the milk that is riddled with hormones which are passed on to innocent?
Below is the link the extract from the site:
http://www.organicconsumers.org/rBGH/rbghlist.cfm
  • “rBGH makes cows sick. Monsanto has been forced to admit to about 20 toxic effects, including mastitis, on its POSILAC label.
  • rBGH milk is contaminated by pus, due to the mastitis commonly induced by rBGH, and antibiotics used to treat the mastitis.
  • rBGH milk is chemically and nutritionally different than natural milk.
  • rBGH milk is contaminated with rBGH, traces of which are absorbed through the gut.
  • rBGH milk is supercharged with high levels of a natural growth factor (IGF-1), which is readily absorbed through the gut.
  • Excess levels of IGF-1 have been incriminated as a cause of breast, colon, and prostate cancers.
    IGF-1 blocks natural defense mechanisms against early submicroscopic cancers.
  • rBGH factory farms pose a major threat to the viability of small dairy farms.
  • rBGH enriches Monsanto, while posing dangers, without any benefits, to consumers, especially in view of the current national surplus of milk.
The risks of cancer to consumers and particularly their children, especially those enrolled in the Public School Lunch Program, are indisputable.”

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CONCLUSION:  If you research, you will find that cow’s milk is not compatible with humans, goat milk is a better alternative.

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August 21, 2009 - Posted by | Healthy Alert

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