Is Dairy Making Your Child Ill? (Green & Natural Mamas Bloghop)

by Charise Rohm Nulsen

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Starting this week, I will be featuring one post from the previous week’s Green & Natural Mamas Bloghop. This week, the featured post is:

Is Dairy Making Your Child Ill? by Christine of African Babies Don’t Cry


Here is an excerpt from this informative and thought provoking post:

For the past fifty years milk has been idealised as the perfect food, without it we will not grow big and strong. It even has its food group in the dieticians food pyramid. But, is dairy the perfect food it is touted to be? Or, is it merely a marketing scheme by the multi-billion dollar dairy industry.

No other species, other than humans and their domesticated pets drink the milk of another species. Milk is the perfect food, but it is species specific. Human milk is the perfect food for human babies. Cows milk is a perfect food for calves.

It is most bizarre, unnatural and unhealthy to drink cows milk, and I will give you all the facts here.

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