Casin and Cancer:
Drinking milk is hazardous to your health, and to your family's health.
What can do to get your protein and calcium if you don't milk?
Well, first consider this:
"The primary biologic purpose of cow’s milk is to cause growth—from a 60 pound calf to a 600 pound cow in less than 8 months. This “miracle-grow” fluid has several qualities that help accomplish this feat. Cow’s milk is 50% fat, providing 600 “growth-supporting” calories per quart.3 Cow’s milk also has high concentrations of protein, potassium, sodium, calcium, and other nutrients to sustain rapid growth. (In comparison, these nutrients are at a three to four times lower concentration in human milk than cow’s milk.3)"
More is not better, it's unhealthy. Your body will do all it can to mitigate the overload, sometimes for decades, but at a great cost to your body's organs.
If you think you're in the clear if you drink low fat milk, or non-fat milk, you're still getting the casin, the major protein in cow's milk, only now in super concentrated amounts.
What's wrong with that? Well, it's strongly correlated with cancer, in not one, or two, or a few, but in multiple peer reviewed, documented research studies going back for decades.https://www.drmcdougall.com/misc/2007nl/mar/dairy.htmhttp://nakedfoodmagazine.com/casein-and-cancer/