Nutrition Scientist Reveals Why You Should Stop Drinking Cow's Milk
Downward trend in dairy consumption has been reinforced by Professor of Nutritional Science
As milk becomes more unpopular for health-conscious people, the downward trend in dairy consumption has been reinforced by Professor of Nutritional Science who claims it is hazardous to your health.
The Professor of Nutritional Science at the University of Osnabrück, Bodo Melnik, has criticized the beverage, explaining why he finds it problematic to consume cow's milk
"Milk is not a product," he explains.
"Milk is a highly complex signaling substance for the care of a newborn. You're signaling growth."
It could also be understood as a kind of doping.
But this must end after weaning, Melnik explains.
"All animals will stop - except humans."
The scientists also claim milk transmits a signal to the human body and aims at growth, which is why milk is essential for newborns.
But stimulating an adults body to grow could be problematic.
Tumors are generated by unchecked cell proliferation.
According to pcrm.org: In 1997, the World Cancer Research Fund and the American Institute for Cancer Research concluded that dairy products should be deemed a possible contributor to prostate cancer.
And yet another research study came out in April 2000 pointing to a connection between dairy and prostate cancer:
Harvard’s Physicians’ Health Study followed 20,885 men for 11 years, finding that having two and one-half dairy servings each day boosted prostate cancer risk by 34 percent, compared to having less than one-half serving daily.2
Melnik has put forward a hardware-software argument.
Milk and amino acids bring the hardware with it.
These form the basis of proteins and stimulate the growth of cells.
Scientists have found 250 genetic particles in cow's milk, and high consumption may lead to a transformation in one's genetics
A general thesis is that the drink is necessary for healthy bones.
Counter opinions maintain that the protein content over acidified the body, whereby the so important calcium is discharged more often.
Is milk a good source of calcium?
According to 'Vegan World' magazine the balance of dairy products is positive, but whether bones can be strengthened by this is questionable.