The figure below shows just how recent dairy foods and other staples of the western diet really are when evaluated on an evolutionary time frame.
Unless you are lactose intolerant, have an allergy to milk and dairy products, or have been a devoted follower of The Paleo Diet, most people don’t give a second thought about whether or not they should consume a food group that seems to be found nearly everywhere in the western diet. Solar UV doses of adult Americans and vitamin D(3) production.
Like the public at large, they have bought into the milk processing industry’s ad campaign portraying milk right along with motherhood, apple pie and the American way. Virtanen SM, Räsänen L, Ylönen K, Aro A, Clayton D, Langholz B, Pitkäniemi J, Savilahti E, Lounamaa R, Tuomilehto J, et al. Relationships between vascular calcification, calcium metabolism, bone density, and fractures. Immune reactivity towards insulin, its amyloid and protein S100B in blood sera of Parkinson’s disease patients.
This is exactly the message the milk processing industry wants to convey to the general public because it sells more milk and dairy products – plain and simple. Mineral element balance and coronary heart disease. Early introduction of dairy products associated with increased risk of IDDM in Finnish children.
Before I even get into the extensive science underlying milk’s unfavorable effect upon our health and wellbeing, let’s take a step back and look at the vast, hype advertising campaign that the milk processing industry has shoved down our throats for nearly 20-30 years.
This glitzy promotional crusade called “Got Milk” depicts movie stars, sports personalities, politicians and just about any public figure you can imagine with a wet, white film of what appears to be milk on their upper lips.
You may even think that you are doing your body a favor by eating these calcium rich foods. I imagine that world class athletes, dancers and actresses with far better hand to eye coordination than I have, also would not make this clumsy maneuver. However, this issue really doesn’t matter and simply is part of the industry’s advertising strategy – if the movie stars and sports heroes do it, so should you. Milk consumption in relation to incidence of prostate, breast, colon, and rectal cancers: is there an independent effect? It looks like you’re trying to find a page that may have been moved or not longer exists.Please try using our search function to find your content.Even though these tiny residues of milk in processed foods seem to be trivial, you may want to reconsider.