Milk Industry Admits That
Milk Made Japanese Kids Grow Taller - And Brags About It!
by Robert Cohen
believed that Chinas new obsession with milk took hold
with the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. When a documentary
was made about food in China a decade ago, people were interviewed
of a past generation, who repeatedly mentioned watching the
games. New mass ownership of television sets had allowed Chinese
people to see real foreigners, as opposed to actors, live
on TV for the first time. It made a huge impression
on people, it was reported. They were amazed to
see how strong and tall foreigners were. They could jump twice
as far, run twice as fast. They concluded that Americans ate
a lot of beef and drank a lot of milk and Chinese people needed
to catch up. And Chinese state planners were also
impressed by the way the Japanese had developed. When
the U.S. defeated and occupied Japan after the second world
war, they had introduced feeding programs in Japanese schools
to give children milk and eggs. Average heights increased
within one generation.
I came across an editorial while skimming through old issues of
Hoard's Dairyman, the "National Dairy Farm Magazine." In
their 10/26/63 editorial, Hoard's was proud of this factoid:
TALLER WITH MILK
average height of 15-year-old boys in Japan has jumped 3 1/2
inches since World War II. According to the Christian Science
Monitor, clothing and school equipment manufacturers are faced
with the problem of revising size standards to keep pace with
the sprouting Nippers."
politically incorrect! I do not know what is the viler act, verbal
insult upon the Japanese race, or the arrogance of what follows.
Yes, it gets worse. Hoard's continues:
is credited as being the primary cause of today's Japanese being
taller and broader. According to the 'Monitor,' milk is sweeping
Japan. It is readily available in railway stations, in offices,
and it seems more common for young people to drink milk for
refreshment than carbonated beverages. Consumption is expected
to rise 500 percent within 10 years."
Okay, so America's
dairy industry admitted that the enormous growth spurt was due
to cow's milk consumption, and they did so without mentioning
the "H" word, hormones. Milk contains powerful growth hormones.
These steroid and protein hormones obviously work. Japan is the
largest living laboratory study, an example of how an entire society
changed in only 18 years.
better? Whether or not you believe in creationist theory or evolutionary
theory, you should agree that the original "plan" is best. Humans
were either designed with, or developed, just the right skeletal
system to hold a body's organs. When you stretch the girders you
compromise the structure. That is exactly what man has done, with
the help of the dairy industry. And dairy products help make these
bigger bones weaker because of its acidifying nature. Is it any
wonder that osteoporosis plagues milk-drinking nations?
industry should take responsibility for bringing increased cancer,
osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, asthma, and diabetes rates
to a population of Asians who were once the model of good health.
With milk consumption, came American-style diseases.
The May 1, 2015 issue of Archives of
Disease in Childhood includes a study performed at the
Department of Pediatric Endocrinology at the University
of Virginia in which researchers evaluated the link between
the volume of hormone-rich cow's milk consumed by 8,950
four and five year olds, and height.
One factor the scientists assumed is that taller is better;
an attitude representing extreme experimental bias.
Scientists found that children who drank greater than four
servings of milk per day attained an increase of 1 cm in
additional height when compared to children drinking less
than one portion of milk each day. The growth hormones in
milk made a significant experimental difference. Growth
hormones work to change normal genetically programmed growth
into hormonally increased unnatural differences.
The researchers concluded:
"In a cohort of children at age 4
years, the volume of milk consumed was associated with
higher weight status and taller stature, while at 5 years,
higher milk consumption continued to be associated with
taller stature. This study supports current American
Academy of Pediatrics recommendations that pre-school
children consume two milk servings daily."
In other words, the American Academy
of Pediatrics ignorantly supports biologically-induced
chemical means to make a child taller than his original
genetics call for, even if there are correlations between
this practice and conditions of ill health (hormones "feed"
info on this fascinating and disturbing subject...
The Breast Cancer - Dairy
by Robert Cohen
and Don Bennett
Many of us
are aware of the correlation between early onset of menstruation
and the higher risk of breast cancer, but most are unaware of
the reason why. Earlier than normal puberty is not the cause of
the higher risk of breast cancer. The higher risk of breast cancer
is caused by the cause of the earlier than normal puberty, which
is primarily dairy consumption.
every year since 1946 tens of thousands of persons are interviewed
and their diets carefully analyzed along with their weights and
heights and other factors such as cancer rates and age of puberty
(the last measured by the onset of menstruation in young girls).
This study includes detailed personal interviews and is well respected
and accepted by scientists. In 1975, 21,707 persons from 6,093
households were included in the sampling. The results of the study
were published in a respected scientific journal, PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
(Yasuo Kagawa, Department of Biochemistry, Jichi Medical School,
Japan, 7, 205-217, 1978).
been devastated by losing a war and was occupied by American troops.
Americanization included dietary changes. Milk and dairy products,
relatively unknown to Japan, were becoming a significant part
of the Japanese diet. According to this study, the per-capita
yearly dietary intake of dairy products in 1950 was only 5.5 pounds.
Twenty-five years later the average Japanese ate 117.4 pounds
of milk and dairy products. The consumption of milk and dairy
products (containing powerful growth hormones) represented the
biggest dietary change for the Japanese people, according to table
#1 on page 206 of that study.
Tables 7 and
8 are even more revealing. While milk and dairy consumption increased
by twenty-one times, from 1950 to 1975, cerebral vascular disease
(strokes) increased 38 percent. Heart disease increased 35 percent,
breast cancer rates increased 77 percent. Colon cancer increased
to young girls and the impact of milk consumption on puberty is
even more dramatic. In 1950 the average twelve-year old girl was
4'6" tall and weighed 71 pounds. By 1975 the average Japanese
girl, after guzzling a daily diet of milk and dairy products containing
59 different bioactive hormones, had an increase of average height
of 4 1/2 inches, and the average weight increased 19 pounds. In
1950 the average Japanese girl had her first menstrual cycle at
the age of 15.2 years. Twenty five years later, after a daily
intake of estrogen and progesterone from milk, the average Japanese
girl was ovulating at the age of 12.2 years, three years younger.
No wonder breast cancer rates increased 77 percent!
had such a dramatic dietary change been seen in such a unique
population study. These very telling facts remained buried in
this 1978 scientific publication.
I have it
on good authority that one of the reasons the American Dairy Board
spends so much money on advertising is not because people need
to be reminded that milk and milk products exist, it's done so
that news such as the above never becomes public. Money buys influence;
in this case, suppression of damaging information for the purposes
of protecting an industry's financial bottom line. If you don't
like being taken advantage of for the sake of profit at the expense
of your health, educate yourself.
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