A sip of milk contains hundreds of different substances, each one having the potential to exert a powerful biological effect when taken independently of the others. Pus, blood, feces, allergenic proteins, naturally occurring powerful growth hormones, fat, cholesterol, pesticides with vitamin D added, viruses and other bacteria (including bovine leukemia, bovine tuberculosis and bovine immunodeficiency virus) all combine to produce a vast array of aliments in our society.
America’s drug stores and supermarkets are stocked with numerous remedies designed to counteract adverse reactions brought about from consuming milk and dairy products. Pills for headaches, sprays for clogged nasal passages, decongestants and antihistamines to alleviate allergic symptoms line the shelves. Stool softeners and laxatives are needed to relieve intestinal gas, bloating, diarrhea and irritable bowel syndrome, cause by lactose intolerance which plagues three quarters of the human race. Casein in milk has been described as a primary cause of mucous, congestion and childhood earaches. Without dairy consumption, there might not be a need for those antidotes.
Milk – The Deadly Poison by