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Dairy is still very inflammatory and mucus forming. Whether you are allergic or not almost everyone as some reaction to dairy. Plus the whole baby cow being ripped away from its mom, the fact that once the mothers all dried up (after being impregnated over and over again and having the trauma of having her calf ripped away from her over and over again releasing cortisol and adrenaline into the milk along with mucus and puss) She will be slaughtered.

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Organic diary still has large amounts of hormones and antibiotics. That is what it does for the calve. It provides the mothers hormones and antibiotics while the calves endocrine and immune system are still developing.

 

It has animal protein which is shown to leech calcium from the bones. Countries with the most animal protein consumptions have the highest rates of bone fractures.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11034231

 

Caisen, a protein in dairy, is found to strongly promote cancer growth.

http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/85/6/1667.full

 

Cow's milk is made for calves and the ratios of minerals and vitamins to macro nutrients is not conducive for health in humans.

http://www.vegetarian.org.uk/campaigns/whitelies/wlreport05.shtml

 

Cow's milk is highly linked to type I diabetes. (Yes, you can still get it as an adult.)

http://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/17/1/13.full.pdf

 

Dairy has no nutrient in it that can't be better obtained from plant sources that don't have all the fat, cholesterol, hormones, and antibiotics.

 

Not to mention is involves the forced rape of a female cow, the abduction of her daughters to be raped and enslaved and she is, and the abduction and slaughter of her sons at only a few weeks old to become veal. If you have ever lived near a dairy farm when they take the calves from their mothers, the sound is torturous. Moaning for weeks at all others. The pain they feel is the same that we feel.

 

What do you think you can get from dairy that you can't get from plants?

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Organic diary still has large amounts of hormones and antibiotics. That is what it does for the calve. It provides the mothers hormones and antibiotics while the calves endocrine and immune system are still developing.

 

It has animal protein which is shown to leech calcium from the bones. Countries with the most animal protein consumptions have the highest rates of bone fractures.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11034231

 

Caisen, a protein in dairy, is found to strongly promote cancer growth.

http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/85/6/1667.full

 

Cow's milk is made for calves and the ratios of minerals and vitamins to macro nutrients is not conducive for health in humans.

http://www.vegetarian.org.uk/campaigns/whitelies/wlreport05.shtml

 

Cow's milk is highly linked to type I diabetes. (Yes, you can still get it as an adult.)

http://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/17/1/13.full.pdf

 

Dairy has no nutrient in it that can't be better obtained from plant sources that don't have all the fat, cholesterol, hormones, and antibiotics.

 

Not to mention is involves the forced rape of a female cow, the abduction of her daughters to be raped and enslaved and she is, and the abduction and slaughter of her sons at only a few weeks old to become veal. If you have ever lived near a dairy farm when they take the calves from their mothers, the sound is torturous. Moaning for weeks at all others. The pain they feel is the same that we feel.

 

What do you think you can get from dairy that you can't get from plants?

 

Interesting, I'm also glad that you showed some studies to back your claims as well. I have no answer for your question though, because the only reason I asked my question was out of plain curiosity. Nothing more.

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