3 Shocking Milk Lies Exposed


You’ve been lied to…

Milk is a staple of the American home. For 50 years, we’ve been told that it’s healthy and should be part of a balanced diet.

But, if you knew what’s really floating in that glass, you would never drink another drop of this toxic beverage as long as you live.

Milk has become the staple American drink of choice at meal time. We are told to eat our cereal with it, have a glass with dinner and to eat yogurt and cheese if we want to get our daily amount of calcium.

We have been told since we were children to drink our milk if we want to “grow big and strong”. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth.

Milk is loaded with chemicals

Milk is a toxic concoction of the following: Hormones, rBGH, pus, blood cells, gastrointestinal peptides, and antibiotics.

Does this sound like anything you should be consuming on a daily basis, let alone EVER?

Let me explain these further for you.

One glass of milk contains 59 different bioactive hormones, according to endocrinologist Clark Grosvenor in the Journal of Endocrine Reviews in 1992. Would you want you and your family taking estrogen, progesterone, and prolactin pills on a regular basis?

If you drink cow’s milk, and eat dairy products like cheese and ice cream, you are consuming these dangerous substances.

Cows are pumped with cancer related hormones

In case you didn’t know, rBGH, which is Recombinant Bovine Growth hormone, is a genetically engineered hormone that is directly linked to breast, prostate and colon cancer.

It is said that roughly half of the herds of cows in America are infected with this virus. In American dairies, the average lifespan of a cow has decreased from a natural lifespan of 25 years to just 5 years.

During those years the cow spends its time in a constant cycle of providing milk from painfully engorged udders. The pus from a cow that has developed mastitis ends up in its milk, which then requires an increase of antibiotics. Mastitis is a persistent, inflammatory reaction of the udder tissue that can be fatal to the cow.

Diseased cow fluids found in milk

National averages show that at least 322 million cell-counts of pus are in each glass of cow’s milk. This is well above the human limit for pus-intake, and has been directly linked to para-tuberculosis bacteria, as well as Crohn’s disease.

What it comes down to is that you are literally drinking body fluids from a diseased animal when you drink milk. If you are eating cheese, you are eating a concentrated amount of milk in a small serving! You’ve got thousands of studies published in scientific journals, plenty of evidence that tells us that milk does not do the body good.

Try healthy milk alternatives

With that said, try going dairy-free for a week or two and let us know what changes you notice in your body and the way you feel. There are great options for substitutions of milk; try coconut, almond, flax or hemp milk.

Try coconut and almond yogurt.

Instead of using butter, use coconut or palm oil.

We encourage all of our readers to do their own research to find out the scary reality of the dairy industry and the products they push on us every day. Be smart and be well.