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When Did Milk Become Bad for You?

Chris from Kalifornia Wrote: Aug 13, 2012 8:38 AM
So yogurt, which is basically spoiled milk, is good for you but cheese, which is basically spoiled milk is bad for you? Many cultures that you speak of can't afford to buy milk to drink. As for it being for baby cows that's true but so what. By that logic, taken to it's logical conclusion, all we should ever eat is human flesh since it has everything we need (we are made of it so it must have). Soylent Green anyone?
lamiablk Wrote: Aug 13, 2012 3:07 PM
Tom24 - Which is why one should make yogurt at home ;)
Tom24 Wrote: Aug 13, 2012 12:25 PM
Very good points on yogurt and cheese and the Soylent Green analogy. Furthermore, I wonder if creativegirl knows that just about all commercial yogurts are also packed with extra insulin spiking sugar or high fructose corn syrup which negates any positive effects they might otherwise have. Raw milk of course would create the health effect she attributes to yogurt.
Last week, as I entered Union Station Metro station in Washington, I saw ads for what appeared to be First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” campaign. It was a series of three ads, the first said: “Let’s move hot dogs out of school lunch.” Okay, fine, because, let’s face it, while hot dogs may be scrumptious and all-beef, they look like small batons of questionable meat.

The second ad said: “Let’s move cheese out of school lunch.” I mean, I guess. Cheese, while a good source of calcium (and delicious), is not necessarily the healthiest thing in the world....