Dairy: Essential Nutrition or Health Saboteur?

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  • A presentation by Joseph Keon, Ph.D..
    Americans are less healthy than citizens of many other countries that spend far less for healthcare. Much of the problem stems from poor dietary choices inspired by nutritional myths. Perhaps the biggest nutritional myth of all is that which says humans need the milk of a cow to be healthy. Joseph Keon, author of Whitewash: The Disturbing Truth about Cow's Milk and Your Health, will show how North Americans unwittingly sabotage their health every day by drinking milk, how our obsession with calcium is unwarranted, and that the inclusion of dairy products in the diet may increase the risk of serious diseases, including prostate, breast, and ovarian cancers, Crohn¹s disease, and osteoporosis.
    A wellness consultant for more than 25 years, Joseph Keon holds fitness expert certifications by both the Cooper Institute for Aerobics Research in Dallas, Texas, and the American Council on Exercise, and is a member of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. He is past chairman of the board of directors for Dr. Helen Caldicott's Nuclear Policy Research Institute, and past member of the Marin Health Council, an advisory to the Marin County Board of Supervisors. He has been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers internationally and has also appeared on local and national broadcasts, including Martha Stewart Radio, CBS Evening News with Dan Rather, and ABC News.
    Filming and editing by Dr William Harris M.D. on September 13, 2011 at Ala Wai Golf Course Clubhouse, Honolulu, Hawaii
    Sponsored by: Vegetarian Society of Hawaii www.vsh.org

Komentar • 194

  • Victor Tarin
    Victor Tarin 9 bulan yang lalu

    Awesome.

  • edepillim
    edepillim 10 bulan yang lalu

    It’s 1959 and lve moved to the senior school. We had free school milk in those days. 1/3 of a pint. The crates were left outside and in the hotter months it was foul having been warmed all morning by the sun. I refused to drink it. Just as well. It was the height of the Cold War and the USSR was doing multiple nuclear bomb tests and the situation was so bad with strontium 90 fall out that the UK government was about to ban school milk. Yes milk and dairy is truly a reservoir of all manner of pollution.

  • IW Nunn
    IW Nunn 11 bulan yang lalu

    Never been a big fan of milk. Never liked the taste

  • IW Nunn
    IW Nunn 11 bulan yang lalu

    What's going to happen to the kids today (2017)? They eat nothing but junk and no longer play outdoors. Parents need to wake up and actually parent!

  • renato demartino
    renato demartino 4 tahun yang lalu

    +FreeLion007 has his own IDclips subscription channel. I say, KNOW THINE ENEMY, hence I will subscribe, wearing an asbestos suit first, just in case the environment is too toxic. I will come back with findings.

  • Andy Vegan
    Andy Vegan 5 tahun yang lalu +5

    Great presentation! Dairy is just not something anyone should be consuming. It's the milk that was intended for another species by nature. That should be a good enough reason to lay off the dairy products. Plus, milk is for babies.

  • Why are we here?
    Why are we here? 5 tahun yang lalu

    Could i drink your breast milk?

  • Jennifer Wambaa
    Jennifer Wambaa 5 tahun yang lalu

    Great talk, thank you

  • Jester123ish
    Jester123ish 5 tahun yang lalu +1

    So what should you be eating you ask? A STARCH based diet with fruit, vegetables and legumes. Dump the meat and dairy and you'll get lean and healthy. Go watch Dr John McDougall's TED or " Tackling diabetes with a bold new dietary approach: Neal Barnard at TEDxFremont"

  • Jester123ish
    Jester123ish 5 tahun yang lalu

    Except that those studies that correlate dairy consumption with increased breast and prostate cancer are real. Add to that the recent findings about the effect of animal fats on insulin resistence and so on.
    The mainstream health professionals you cite will have to change their thinking, there is a small but growing number of other health professionals coming about against the conventional wisdom because, basically, it seems to be wrong.

  • Jester123ish
    Jester123ish 5 tahun yang lalu

    Small point, Agent Orange wasn't contaminated with 'enormous amounts of dioxin' as stated, it had very very small amounts of dioxin, as a by product of the manufacturing process. But dioxin just happens to be one of the most toxic things around.

  • Rachel Berner
    Rachel Berner 5 tahun yang lalu

    Propaganda? You mean drinking the breast milk of another species is what nature intended? That's what I'd call propaganda.

  • toowaker37
    toowaker37 5 tahun yang lalu

    truthseeker, you can get calcium from popping a calcium supplement.....and guess what, it doesn't come with 60 hormones and pesticides. This isn't rocket science, but the meat and dairy associations have a lot of money and they have twisted and hidden the truth to suit their purpose. Sure we're anti diary because it's a disgusting food source, you don't need to drink a cows estrogen to be healthy, actually it's the exact opposite.

  • toowaker37
    toowaker37 5 tahun yang lalu

    007truthseeker, do you people work for the meat and dairy associations?

  • PureSunshineFruition
    PureSunshineFruition 5 tahun yang lalu

    I agree Melibita ;)

  • melibita
    melibita 5 tahun yang lalu

    The results of scientific studies published in journals are "lame propaganda"? Okay...

  • melibita
    melibita 5 tahun yang lalu

    Harvard's School of Public Health took a stand against the government's MyPlate advocating dairy as essential to diet, mentioning its links to increased cancer risk, lack of evidence it helps prevent osteoporosis, etc. They mention it specifically on their website comparing MyPlate to their Healthy Eating Plate. So yeah, keep following the party line that milk is needed for calcium, but I don't buy it.

  • nyxs60
    nyxs60 5 tahun yang lalu

    Hi VSH, freeloader is spamming again under his other name. Could you block him please? He has nothing useful to say...

  • Daniel Ananda Alexander
    Daniel Ananda Alexander 5 tahun yang lalu

    Amen!

  • nyxs60
    nyxs60 5 tahun yang lalu

    Much appreciated VSH!

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    By popular request I've blocked FreeLion007

  • PureSunshineFruition
    PureSunshineFruition 5 tahun yang lalu

    Ben Faust I agree with you totally. I'm leaving this narcissist to continue to chat to himself as I think he has shown himself up to be the sad repetitive bore that he is.

  • PureSunshineFruition
    PureSunshineFruition 5 tahun yang lalu

    And btw check your facts before you troll some more, I studied immunology and immunohaematology. You really haven't a clue, freeloader...

  • PureSunshineFruition
    PureSunshineFruition 5 tahun yang lalu

    Dear reader, anyone who doesn't seem to have an independent thought for themselves and must rely on a textbook to tell them how to live their lives, shows no signs of independent research or argument, should be aware that as long as they believe pigs fly, it is so. And everyone else must believe it also.

  • PureSunshineFruition
    PureSunshineFruition 5 tahun yang lalu

    And that goes for you as freeloader or untruthseeker or whatever you like to call yourself on these various threads....understand?

  • PureSunshineFruition
    PureSunshineFruition 5 tahun yang lalu

    Oh dear, you have scraped the bottom of the barrel to push your own agenda now. Sadly, the only mothers with worries about their children will be those who are looking for a dairy alternative to ameliorate the blocked sinuses, ear infections etc. by saying that a cow is not sentient, you have just shown yourself up for the ignorant clown that you are and I doubt anyone would take you seriously. On my part, case closed.....

  • nyxs60
    nyxs60 5 tahun yang lalu

    Don't muddle people with the white cells our own bodies produce against foreign matter or tumour markers with ingested white cells from another sentient being which are foreign to our own body. You need to think twice before calling others deceptive.....

  • PureSunshineFruition
    PureSunshineFruition 5 tahun yang lalu

    Yes, and the highest number of white cells are neutrophils, something else that freexxxx got wrong. I think a good textbook is needed....

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    I found the original USDA paper, the source I quoted misinterpreted the clinical mastitis numbers, its closer to saying a minimum of 1% in the USDA report. But that doesn't change the sub clinical mastitis numbers. As the Merck Veterinary Manual says: "All dairy herds have cows with subclinical mastitis; however, the prevalence of infected cows varies from 15-75%"

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    When epidemiological studies showed smoking was linked to lung cancer, we told people to stop smoking. Studies are showing milk is linked to some cancers -- we should ignore this?

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    You sure have a hard time admitting you were wrong.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    Not all milk comes from healthy dairy cows. -- USDA statistics show 1 in 6 dairy cows is infected with clinical mastitis. Even more with sub-clinical mastitis which is often undetected. In the words of a professor of dairy science: "Subclinical mastitis is 15 to 40 times more prevalent than clinical mastitis" So the milk you buy at retail is very likely to have pus in it.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    These textbooks also point out milk is not required for a healthy diet.
    Milk does have pus per Director of Public Health and Animal Agriculture at the Humane Society of the United States.
    Milk has been linked to cancer in large epidemiological studies.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    You asserted none of the authorities listed had written a college nutrition textbook -- wrong, then you claimed no colleges used the textbook to teach nutrition -- wrong. Whether its Graduate or Undergraduate is immaterial to your earlier assertions.

  • nyxs60
    nyxs60 5 tahun yang lalu

    It's obvious freewhatever is gagging a) to be right and b) to have the last word. I only hope VSH that you can block this and other narcissists as I find them pretty tedious.

  • nyxs60
    nyxs60 5 tahun yang lalu

    I'm surprised at the amount of time being spent trolling on this post rather than valuable teaching of mothers gagging for info on how good dairy is for their offspring lol. As far as I'm concerned there's only one twit here and it ain't me.

  • nyxs60
    nyxs60 5 tahun yang lalu

    Oh and don't call me dear...

  • nyxs60
    nyxs60 5 tahun yang lalu

    Dairy is cheap because it's subsidised heavily.....shame it's not so for the very essential fruits and veg..

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    So are you admitting that some kinds of dairy are bad?

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    "Nutritional Epidemiology" by Walter Willett. is the only required text for the Tufts University Fall 2013 course: NUTR 305: NUTRITIONAL EPIDEMIOLOGY

  • PureSunshineFruition
    PureSunshineFruition 5 tahun yang lalu

    Funded by the dairy board no doubt. Asian people don't rely on dairy and they don't have high rates of osteoporosis. The Government Dietary Requirements textbook states that the RDAs are an arbitrary figure agreed upon by the scientists whereby the minimum amount is sufficient to stave off disease. So even the government scientists aren't that sure they're right!

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    And 4 servings of whole milk gives you over 22 grams of saturated fat (same as 19 slices of bacon) -- are you suggesting this is safe and a good idea?
    And you think we should ignore the large epidemiological studies that found links between dairy consumption and some types of cancer?

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    "Nutritional Epidemiology" by Walter Willett.

  • PureSunshineFruition
    PureSunshineFruition 5 tahun yang lalu

    Great sources of calcium: tofu, almond butter/ milk, hummus. All cruelty free..

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    As I'm sure you have observed during your years of medical practice, textbooks can lag research finding considerably, in some cases it takes decades before they catch up. Consider the case of smoking and how long it took from the initial research findings in the early 1940's until textbooks caught up.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    Walter Willett is not the only prominent scientist/MD that does not buy the dairy message. T Colin Campbell (Cornell University, author of The China Study), Caldwell Esselstyn MD (Cleveland Clinic), Frank A. Oski, MD (John Hopkins), Neal Barnard MD, Michael Greger MD, Terry Shintani, MD, JD, MPH, KSJ, Joel Dr. Fuhrman MD, John McDougall MD, Michael Klaper MD, etc. All advise against eating dairy products.

  • PureSunshineFruition
    PureSunshineFruition 5 tahun yang lalu

    Ill let my universities know that I'm uneducated then. As for personal attacks...pot...kettle...black...

  • Ben Faust
    Ben Faust 5 tahun yang lalu

    It wasn't an attack, it was an observation. On the two videos I've been checking, I've confirmed it takes you no more than 10 hours to see a new comment (not a reply to one of your comments) and then to reply to it with insults and bragging. Perhaps you're just "off" for the summer and you troll while you're not working, but are "professionals" commonly that unstable? I've found that having a serious discussion with, even quoting facts to, trolls is a complete waste of time.

  • PureSunshineFruition
    PureSunshineFruition 5 tahun yang lalu

    Yes, one who obviously possesses every textbook in the world to prove that the world is flat and dairy is king .....

  • Ben Faust
    Ben Faust 5 tahun yang lalu

    Obviously "people with advanced degrees" also have multiple IDclips accounts they use to thumb down all the positive comments in videos they dislike and flood the comment space. I suppose it IS possible for a highly educated person to be a troll, but it seems more likely you're a mentally ill welfare recipient sitting in your mom's basement who, without any real life, friends, or job, can spend hours every day bragging about his imaginary credentials and the brilliance they imply.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    Walter Willett's views on calcium and milk are well known. He is probably the most credible and well known critic of the "dairy is good for you" idea. I agree many textbooks have not caught up.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    OK, then what is pus and what is in it?

  • PureSunshineFruition
    PureSunshineFruition 5 tahun yang lalu

    As for being a physician, I have advised doctors who could not differentiate between the numbers 3 and 0.3, despite my having to spell it out for them. My partner has even had a doctor ask how to spell ESR. I have great respect for physicians, but only those who don't blindly follow the textbooks and open their eyes to reality. Most of the speakers on here are registered professionals.

  • PureSunshineFruition
    PureSunshineFruition 5 tahun yang lalu

    Ok if you are so fond of textbooks, here is a quote from the Review of Medical physiology grading the circulating white cells in our body: granulocytes, subset neutrophils: 5400 cells per micro litre. All the rest, lymphocytes, basophils etc, are less than that. Personally, I wouldn't want any white cells from another sentient being unless I had been in a road traffic accident, activated or not.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    Walter Willett, MD, DrPH, Chairman of the Department of Nutrition, Harvard School of Public Health: "If you care about your bone health and preventing fractures, don't drink the milk, but take your cow for a walk! The bones that are the strongest are the ones we put stress on. Calcium and dairy are definitely not the solution to osteoporosis."

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    We were talking about your contention that milk is the best source of calcium and whether it contains pus, not whether milk is poison.
    Neutrophils are the predominant cells in pus, and milk from cows with subclinical infections contain activated neutrophils.

  • PureSunshineFruition
    PureSunshineFruition 5 tahun yang lalu

    Anyone buying textbooks for information must be doing their first degree still....sorry, I've moved beyond that....

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    Back to including an insult with every post?
    Harvard sums it up: "Calcium is important. But milk isn’t the only, or even best, source."

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    Mastitis is not rare, USDA stats say 1 in 6 cows are infected.
    Do you are agree that neutrophils are pus cells?

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    Subclinical mastitis is usually not detected and generates pus in milk.
    When a cow is infected, greater than 90% of the somatic cells in her milk are neutrophils, the inflammatory immune cells that form pus.
    The fact that the legal limit for high Somatic Cell in the USA counts allows this milk to be sold doesn't alter the fact that there is pus in milk.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    Harvard School of Public Health Diet Recommendations:
    "Should You Get Calcium from Milk?: Milk is actually only one of many sources of calcium-dark leafy green vegetables and some types of legumes are among the other sources-and there are some important reasons why milk may not be the best source for everyone." They go on to detail the reasons: Lactose Intolerance, High Saturated Fat Content, Possible Increased Risk of Ovarian Cancer, and Probable Increased Risk of Prostate Cancer.

  • non existant
    non existant 5 tahun yang lalu

    thanks for the tips on how to die...ill be sure to drink milk when i wanna get calcium build-up in my brain.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    From the same book: "The CHD-related benefits of plant-based, vegetarian, and vegan diets have been demonstrated repeatedly in epidemiological and clinical trials and are endorsed by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) as one of several healthy diets."

  • PureSunshineFruition
    PureSunshineFruition 5 tahun yang lalu

    I had a smoothie today with a generous handful of spinach and kale, the calcium levels were off the charts! I felt so good afterwards too, no stuffed up sinuses or heaviness. Tons better than pus filled milk....

  • PureSunshineFruition
    PureSunshineFruition 5 tahun yang lalu

    I think some people's education has been funded by the Dairy industry....!

  • Tom Sawyer
    Tom Sawyer 5 tahun yang lalu

    Shaolin martial artists along with half the world don't eat dairy and get along fine well into old age without half the physical ailments of those common in the US.

  • Tom Sawyer
    Tom Sawyer 5 tahun yang lalu

    Then kindly explain why the US has some of the highest rates of osteoporosis and one of the highest rates of dairy consumption. As a personal example my dad has never consumed dairy at all (no milk, no butter, no cheese) and at 81 has no signs of osteoporsosis.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    The Somatic Cell Counts in American milk >200,000 are high enough to indicate there is pus in milk. Especially since this is an average and thus includes both high and low count milk. Subclinical mastitis is often undetected and causes higher Somatic Cell Counts.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    Harvard school of Public Health Quote:
    "Calcium is important. But milk isn’t the only, or even best, source."

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    You asserted that there was no pus in milk, clearly there is.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    Nice try, but you are the one that asserted dairy was required for all kids. It only takes one case to disprove this thesis.
    Why is it you almost always include an insult in your replies?

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    Okinawa's on their traditional diet (non-dairy) well studied and one of the healthiest and longest lived in the world.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    From the Harvard School of Public Health Diet Recommendations:
    "Should You Get Calcium from Milk?: Milk is actually only one of many sources of calcium-dark leafy green vegetables and some types of legumes are among the other sources-and there are some important reasons why milk may not be the best source for everyone." They go on to detail the reasons: Lactose Intolerance, High Saturated Fat Content, Possible Increased Risk of Ovarian Cancer, and Probable Increased Risk of Prostate Cancer.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    USDA says 1 in 6 dairy cows in the United States suffers from clinical mastitis. Somatic cell counts over a 200,000 cells/ml are “almost always” caused by mastitis (Univ of Wisconsin). When a cow is infected, greater than 90% of the somatic cells in her milk are neutrophils, the inflammatory immune cells that form pus. In 2010 the average somatic cell count in U.S. milk was 224,000 cells/ml.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    All the cultures where they don't eat dairy would be surprised to learn that you can't successfully raise kids without dairy.

  • WisheyJakey
    WisheyJakey 5 tahun yang lalu

    007PusSeeker Go F*ck yourself ok.

  • WisheyJakey
    WisheyJakey 5 tahun yang lalu

    Hey 007PusSeeker why don't you do every one a favor and shut the f*ck up!

  • WisheyJakey
    WisheyJakey 5 tahun yang lalu

    Yes it is...

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    Plants can contain B12 if grown in B12 rich soil, but not enough to be useful.
    The primary source of K1 in diets is leafy greens such as collards or kale.
    Humans can make K2 from K1. K2 is also present in natto (fermented soy beans) and many animal products.
    Coenzyme Q10 is present in many animal products and plant foods, good plant sources include nuts, seeds, some vegetables like parsley, and some fruits like avocado.

  • tortillitas18
    tortillitas18 5 tahun yang lalu

    I would like to know what plant foods contain the following vitamins: K12, COQ12 and
    B12. I do hope you answer my question.

  • Elizabeth Barrett
    Elizabeth Barrett 5 tahun yang lalu

    You need to take your head out of that text book and seek the truth. These vegan doctors have all the proof to see what the truth really is.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    Did you check this?

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    Milk is likely to have pus in it as noted by the USDA statistic that 1 in 6 dairy cows in the United States suffers from clinical mastitis.
    You also neglect to mention that the Harvard School of Public Health (among others) recommends limiting milk consumption due to its negative effects.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    There are many calcium fortified foods with the same calcium content as dairy products, so dairy is not the only way to get high levels of calcium intake. Much of the world does not eat dairy products so obviously does not get their calcium that way.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    Your right, Pus is not the same as somatic cells, but they are usually an indication of disease.
    Somatic cell counts greater than a million per teaspoon are abnormal and “almost always” caused by mastitis. When a cow is infected, greater than 90% of the somatic cells in her milk are neutrophils, the inflammatory immune cells that form pus. The average somatic cell count in U.S. milk per spoonful is 1,120,000.

  • Robert Hansard
    Robert Hansard 5 tahun yang lalu

    cow milk is specifically designed for calves just like dog milk is for puppies and cat milk is for kittens.How could people be so brain washed to believe that drinking the milk from another species is natural,you haven`t needed milk since you were old enough to eat solid food let alone the milk that comes from another species.Is it natural to separate puppies from a dog and drink the dog`s milk?

  • foggymedia
    foggymedia 5 tahun yang lalu

    It is sickening how some people will do anything for financial gain and promote health destroying foods and chemicals. Thank God that people like Dr.K is helping to turn the tide.

  • Wakeupsleepyhead1984
    Wakeupsleepyhead1984 5 tahun yang lalu

    uuuuh guys like 007ts are such douches with their broscience... the truth is dairy is not good for you at all. try quitting it and going through the withdrawals, not touch it for a while and watch yourself instantly get sick and have mucous up to ur ears from just dabbling in it. wake up the next morning with a sore throat... 'oh it's just a cold'

  • nyxs60
    nyxs60 5 tahun yang lalu

    Lol the truth seeker obviously fell for the pack of lies! Explain the high rates of osteoporosis in the dairy orientated countries then....

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    I've disabled voting on this video, all the down voted posts should now be visible again.

  • gyrate4
    gyrate4 5 tahun yang lalu

    "militant..."--- 007TruthSeeker See the irony here? You have multiple accounts and spend hours each day using them all to malign physicians who are critical of dairy. You're the most militant poster I've seen.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    All youtube videos (vegan or otherwise) are not equally reliable, does not mean they are all wrong.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    Pus is the common term used for "somatic cell count" (SCC) which is a common measure of milk quality in the dairy industry. USA Milk regulations allow a considerably higher SCC than is allowed in Europe, and normal USA milk cannot be exported to Europe as a result.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    You are the one wrong about the bioavailability of calcium in plants. Many commonly consumed plants have higher bioavailability than milk. For example Broccoli is 61.3% compared to milk's 32.1%. See table 28.2 in Present Knowledge in Nutrition by John W. Erdman Jr., Ian A. MacDonald.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    According to one of the text books you like to recommend, the the bio-availability of calcium in bok choy is 53.8%, considerably higher than milk's 32.1%. See table 28.2 in Present Knowledge in Nutrition by John W. Erdman Jr., Ian A. MacDonald.

  • Daniel Ananda Alexander
    Daniel Ananda Alexander 5 tahun yang lalu

    I will re-post the facts below indefinitely. 007 is either deluded, a liar or both, he clearly exhibits dangerous delusional behavior (obsession), which may be due to actual mental instability or, alternatively, he may work for the dairy industry, wherefore he spams youtube dairy boards to maintain the industry's biased and false message at the very top of the board: either way, stay away from his message and dairy. Be careful.

  • Daniel Ananda Alexander
    Daniel Ananda Alexander 5 tahun yang lalu

    A warning to all mothers: STAY AWAY FROM DAIRY. There are so many factors besides the presence of a single nutrient to consider when deciding whether to include or exclude a food from our diet. 100's of recent studies question the safety of dairy; concerning a myriad of issues, too many to mention briefly, one such issue, however, concerns the natural hormonal content of a substance designed to foster calves; developing at tremendously rapid rates in comparison with human children. Be Careful.

  • Daniel Ananda Alexander
    Daniel Ananda Alexander 5 tahun yang lalu

    Brussels sprouts, kale, mustard greens, broccoli, bok choy, cauliflower and certain fruits, figs and oranges, for example, have the highest bioavailability of calcium +50%, and they do not contain saturated fat and have far more antioxidant potential! They are therefore the best sources of calcium, by far! Another example, a meager 100 grams of sesame seeds provides almost 1000mg of calcium with a 20% absorption rate, a rate only 33% less than dairy which has a 30% absorption rate.

  • vshvideo
    vshvideo  5 tahun yang lalu

    Physicians are not a good source of nutrition information: "Less than a quarter of medical schools have even a single dedicated course on nutrition, and less than 6% of graduating physicians may have received any formal nutrition training."
    "There was even a study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition that pitted doctors versus patients in a head to head test of basic nutrition knowledge, simple true or false questions. Guess who won? The patients."

  • therawlifefamily
    therawlifefamily 5 tahun yang lalu

    (cont) require as much protein as we are made to believe.
    As far as mother trying to feed their kids on a budget, I think the best way for them to do that is to grow their own food wherever possible.