Shocking Findings Concerning Dairy Consumption And Human Health
It is possible that in the near future, patients suffering from breast, colon, and prostate cancer, as well as parents of children with juvenile diabetes, will file lawsuits against governmental health departments and dairy manufacturers for not making this data clear, just like the class-action suits against cigarette makers, and the inevitable cases against cell phone companies in a decade’s time. Time will tell.
Ramat Gan, Israel. A new eBook by Arieh Avni M.D., has been published on Amazon, revealing many findings concerning cow milk consumption and its effects on human health. Most of those findings have been known for a long time, but were hidden from the public in large.
The book, titled “Milk: Udder Nonsense - Dairy consumption and our health” is written in a simple language targeting common people rather than specialist nutritionists or doctors. The author is a specialist in pathology of the digestive system, summarizes the work of many researches as well as his own experience under his own practice. Some of his conclusions are based on out-of-the-box thinking, giving solutions to unanswered illness issues.
The book under discussion covers many of the diseases influenced by cow milk. Lactase deficiency, osteoporosis, diabetes, heart and blood vessel diseases, cancer – this is a sample list of many such topics.
The author emphasizes the importance of children’s nutrition and the possible outcome of dairy consumption for the rest of their life.
This book is not the first one on this issue, but it surely brings new findings, evidences and fresh ideas about dairy utilization and our health.
The book will be free on Amazon for two days - November 10-11.
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