Dairy Industry Shocker
June is National Dairy Month, and at the same time dairy industry executives were deceiving last summer's consumers by promoting ice cream and cheese as foods to lose weight by, these same cretins were carefully guarding a secret that they determined you had no need to know.
That secret will now be revealed five months after their annual milk celebration, and today's column should inspire thousands more Americans to immediately jump onto the Notmilk wagon of dairy abstinence.
The November issue of the journal Dairy Science (Volume 87
(11):3770-7) contains a study in which slaughtered cows were tested for paratuberculosis, a bacterium that is not killed by pasteurization. Mycobacterium paratuberculosis is often passed directly from cow to human in milk and dairy products, causing irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, and Crohn's Disease.
Dr. Shawn McKenna and associates randomly sampled lymph nodes and intestines from 984 cows that had ended their lives in slaughterhouses. During the month of June, 2004, an amazing event transpired. Forty-two percent of those cows tested positive, infested with dangerous mycobacterium paratuberculosis.
In February of 1998, the British Medical Journal reported:
"Mycobacterium Paratuberculosis crosses the species barrier to infect and cause disease in humans."
The following month, the Journal of Applied and Environmental Microbiology revealed:
"Mycobacterium paratuberculosis is capable of surviving commercial pasteurization..."
Combine today's news with a publication in the September,
1996 issue of the Proceedings for the National Academy of
"Mycobacterium paratuberculosis RNA was found in 100% of Crohn's disease patients, compared with 0% of controls."
How could any mother ever again buy milk for her family, armed with the above information? Please help to spread this news far and wide.