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Milk is not good for the bones, It causes more harm than good. Here's why

According to the latest statistics, the countries with the highest milk consumption in the world are the US and many countries in the EU. But, you should also know that the highest rates of osteoporosis, which leads to bone loss, are also found in the United States and Europe.

I think that we’ve all hear that milk is “so good for all of us, especially for the health of our bones”, “the milk will help us build stronger bones”, etc., right? However, what do you think - is that the genuine truth? The clinical specialists all throughout the planet say that the cow's milk purchased in stores isn't actually useful for our wellbeing. They additionally say that this kind of milk is purified, and during this cycle – the milk is warmed to a particular temperature, and afterward it's cooled. 

The makers are doing this cycle to expand the timeframe of realistic usability of the purified milk and to annihilate every single destructive bacterium, which can be the most ideal reason for certain sicknesses. In any case, interestingly, during this cycle – they are obliterating the acceptable microscopic organisms (probiotics), other solid supplements, catalysts, and so on 

You should realize that the purifying system eliminates the normal catalysts and obliterates the substance make-up of calcium in crude milk. Calcium is essential to the development and soundness of kids. Purification has been ensnared in everything from hypersensitivities to coronary illness to malignancy. Calcium is a mineral that the body needs for quite some time, including building and keeping up with bones and teeth, blood coagulating, the transmission of nerve motivations, and the guideline of the heart's musicality. Ninety-nine percent of the calcium in the human body is stored in the bones and teeth. The remaining 1 percent is found in the blood and other tissues.

Whether or not raw milk carries pathogens depends totally on the way the milk is produced, how the animals are fed, and the care that’s taken to keep the milk clean during production. Today’s pasteurized milk comes from cows crammed in cages loaded with synthetic hormones and antibiotics. These harmful substances are banned in some countries around the world, such as: Japan, Australia, Canada and the European Union, but they are still used in the US and other countries. Homogenizing intentionally obliterates crude milk's regular butterfat with an end goal to separate and conceal the cream from the shopper. European examinations show that this is perilous and may cause coronary illness. Obviously our FDA debates this.

The milk produced from these cows can contain as many as 20 painkillers, antibiotics and growth hormones in a single glass of milk, which some studies have linked to excessive tumor growth and cancer. The cows are typically fragile and prone to disease, and their milk contains large amounts of pus. This is the place where the purification interaction comes in. The milk goes through a fast warming interaction that delivers no assurance of tidiness. Indeed, numerous salmonella episodes as of late have happened from purified milk — milk that should be spotless.

You should also know that when the milk goes through the pasteurization process, it becomes an acidic food, which presents a big problem. The body must maintain a particular pH level in order to maintain homeostasis. The more handled and refined food varieties we eat, the more acidic our bodies become, making the steady need to discover approaches to hold the pH level under control. This is finished by filtering antacid minerals (calcium, magnesium) from different spots in the body — including the bones. After some time, this steady cycle makes bones become powerless, fragile, and filled with osteoporosis. Tumors also thrive in an acidic environment. The more milk we drink, the more we are destroying our bones. I really hope you find this article helpful and don’t forget to share it with your friends and family. Thank You.



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