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Substances in cow’s milk may harm our bodies in unknown ways

November 12, 2010

Biologically active substances in cow’s milk include pituitary hormones, steroid hormones, hypothalamic hormones, gastrointestinal peptides, and thyroid and parathyroid hormones.

The composition of cow’s milk is far different than that of human breast milk. Cow’s milk is specifically formulated for bovine bodies and to help calves gain hundreds of pounds. The signalling molecules in cow’s milk, designed to direct the rapid growth of a calf, may initiate inappropriate signalling pathways in the human body that may lead to a range of illnesses, including cancer. Indeed, many studies have shown a link between dairy consumption and a host of diseases including cancer and diabetes.


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