Toxic Milk (pasteurization & bovine growth hormone--rBGH or rBST)
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[Monsanto is Chief of Poisons.]

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Pasteurized Milk Speeds Death, Heart Disease, Cancer, Bone Fractures; Yogurt and Cheese Have Opposite Effects

[2012 Feb] Harvard study: Pasteurized milk from industrial dairies linked to cancer

[2009 Oct] Is Eli Lilly Milking Cancer by Promoting and Treating It? by Jeffrey Smith  Would it be too crass to point out the obvious conflict-of-the-public's-interest that Eli Lilly also markets cancer drugs? In fact their drug Evista, which might help reduce the risk of breast cancer, may lower IGF-1 (according to one small study). So on the one hand, Eli Lilly pushes a milk drug that might increase cancer, and on the other, it comes to the rescue with drugs to treat or "prevent" cancer. Call it the perfect cancer profit cycle.

[2009 April] Get Our Milk Off Drugs by Jeffrey Smith

[2007] Monsanto Declares War on 'rBGH-free' Dairies

[2006] 'Diet change cured me of depression'   The 71-year-old then cut out wheat and dairy and within three weeks was feeling better.  "It was a miracle. I just woke up one morning and my problems had gone."

The Pottenger Cat Study

The Role of Pasteurization by Nina Planck

How Raw Milk Got a Bad Rap by Nina Planck



External links
Not Milk

[vid] Milk The Deadly Poison For More Information about Milk go to:

Milk is unhealthy and causes many diseases
Celebrated author, lecturer and clinic director John McDougall MD presents part of the massive research showing that -- contrary to advertising -- dairy products promote a multitude health problems including heart disease, cancer, diabetes and osteoporosis.

john mcdougall md on the perils of dairy

Your Milk on Drugs - Just Say No 1/2 A film by Jeffrey M. Smith.
Dairy products from cows treated with Monsanto's genetically engineered bovine growth hormone (rBGH or rBST) may sharply increase cancer risk and other diseases, especially in children. Already banned in most industrialized nations, it was approved in the US on the backs of fired whistleblowers, manipulated research, and a corporate takeover at the FDA. This must-see film includes footage prepared for a Fox TV stationócanceled after a letter from Monsanto's attorney threatened "dire consequences."

Your Milk on Drugs - Just Say No 2/2

Milk The Deadly Poison WATCH THIS!!!

    Pasteurized dairy is known to cause osteoporosis. In Medical Doctor William Campbell Douglass' book "The Milk Book", he supplies many scientific reports that show raw milk causes strong bones free of osteoporosis. Dr. Francis Pottenger. M.D. demonstrated in his work with 900 cats over a decade that raw dairy and raw meat built strong bones without the consumption of bone.
    My experience with others has repeatedly confirmed that osteoporosis reversed by eating raw meat and raw milk. According to Vilhjalmur Stefansson in his book "Not By Bread Alone - Chapter 4: "The Laboratory Check," no osteoporosis can he associated with eating an exclusively animal and water diet, even when some meat was cooked. Interview with Aajonus Vonderplanitz

In 1990, I organized a meeting of citizen groups opposed to the Monsanto company's genetically engineered bovine growth hormone, called rBGH. Surveys of consumers and farmers showed overwhelming opposition to injecting a hormonal drug into cows to force more milk out of them. Unfortunately, thanks to the hundreds of millions of dollars spent by Monsanto on public relations and on influencing the Clinton administration, rBGH was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 1993 and is now in wide use. What's worse, milk and dairy products produced with the use of the drug are not labeled, which means consumers have almost no way of avoiding it. Some companies, like Ben & Jerry's and Stonyfield Farm, that have refused to accept milk from cows injected with rBGH have been threatened with legal action by Monsanto. Back in 1990, when rBGH was still just a billion-dollar gleam in Monsanto's corporate eye, I organized a meeting in Washington, D.C., of the Consumers Union, the National Family Farm Coalition, the Humane Farming Association, and other groups. Shortly before the meeting, I received a call from a woman who identified herself as "Lisa Ellis, a member of the Maryland Citizens Consumer Council." She said she'd heard of the meeting and asked if her organization could send a representative; it wanted to make sure schoolchildren could avoid rBGH-produced milk. I said they were certainly welcome, and a woman named Diane Moser attended our meeting.
    A few months later, a reporter told me that Monsanto was bragging about having placed a spy in our meeting. A little sleuthing revealed that the Maryland Citizens Consumer Council was a ruse, and that both Diane Moser and Lisa Ellis were working for Burson-Marsteller on the Monsanto account. A former employee of that firm later told me that it routinely sends new employees into deceptive and unethical situations to see if they're willing to be dishonest on behalf of its clients. At the time, though, I'd never heard of such a thing. I felt invaded and swore I would find out what kind of scum went around spying this way. Who was Burson-Marsteller?
    Through the Freedom of Information Act, I was able to obtain thousands of pages of internal documents from their PR campaign. I found I was up against one of the largest, most effective, best-funded, best-connected public-relations campaigns in history. Few people even knew the battle was going on, however, because most Americans had never heard of genetically engineered bovine growth hormone. Many of those who did hear about the drug heard about it under a different name. A 1986 survey done for the dairy industry - which has worked hand in hand with Monsanto to promote rBGH - showed that the term "bovine growth hormone" caused consumers to worry, so the industry began calling the drug bovine somatotropin, which is Latin for "growth hormone." Then a PR firm that monitors reporters began giving positive marks to those who called it bovine somatotropin, and negative marks to those who referred to it by its proper name, bovine growth hormone. WAR ON TRUTH The Secret Battle for the American Mind An Interview with John Stauber

How do they do it? Well, sad to say, there are sexual rituals involving demonic beings known as sucubus and incubus. These reptilian beings densify during the slaughter of a young virgin girl, no older than 12, but menstruating. That's the reason for the growth hormones in milk - to produce more menstruating young women in western countries. It was getting tough - as the CIA continued its Satanic expansion of itself into every town, city, and hamlet in the North and Southern Americas, to fill the needs of the Beast. Plus, keeping their own undead here, requires a whole cataloge of young children.