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30-11-2003
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milk is real bad for me.......it gives me calcium lumps in my neck

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Drinking milk helps a lot for your bone formation and can prevent lots of things.

Milk gives you lots of vitamins and calcium (which is really good). Think about it : almost EVERYBODY drank milk when they were babies! If it wasn't good for the babies, the human body (well the women) would not produce it!

And milk tastes so good to! (I like to dip in cookies....!)

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Originally posted by kimkhuu@Nov 30th, 2003 - 2:50 pm
Drinking milk helps a lot for your bone formation and can prevent lots of things.

Milk gives you lots of vitamins and calcium (which is really good). Think about it : almost EVERYBODY drank milk when they were babies! If it wasn't good for the babies, the human body (well the women) would not produce it!

And milk tastes so good to! (I like to dip in cookies....!)
yes well thats what the ads funded by the dairy farmers of america tell you.

and human milk is specially formulated to provide the right hormones for a growing human baby. cow milk contains the nutritional equivalent to turn a calf into an 800+ pound steer in a matter of months. its way too rich for humans and thats why so many people report health problems from milk. No other species drinks milk beyond infancy, and no other species drinks the milk of another species. its unnatural and unhealthy.

soy milk is really good too once you get used to it. i used to love cow milk too but now i cant even stand the smell of it!

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http://www.notmilk.com/

lots fo intresting information for and against milk

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also...... www.milksucks.org

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I drink milk from time to time and I couldn't live without my cheddar and marble cheese!I don't eat cheese very often though.

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mmmm... dairy. Can't live without it.

I read somewhere too that too much high fat, like dairy is not good for you, but then again women need calcium and protein to prevent certain diseases.

So cheers...

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Just don't eat really fatty dairy such as Brie, Gouda or Dutch Edam Cheese.

Or sugary dairy like Yoghurts and Ice Cream.

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I officially turned vegan when i stopped eating all the yogurt and skim milk i was into... i didnt realize how truly unnecessary it was until i was completely off of it- i dont even crave cheese anymore- and cheese pizza was one of my favorite things! Calcium can come from many other sources. Cows produce milk for... you guessed it... their calves. The one thing i have noticed since going off dairy is that my skin is much smoother on my face and body, no dairy is the only thing i can correlate it to. Bottom line is do what works for you, i'd definitely recommend giving no dairy a try, see how it makes you feel.

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I'm a vegan so I don't drink milk.
Here's a link I found. http://www.strongbones.org/

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And milk tastes so good to! (I like to dip in cookies....!)
dipping orio cookies in milk....heaven!

I don't really like cheese and yogurts so I don't have that much dairy but I'm worried about getting osteoporosis when I'm older so I try and drink milk regularly

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I avoid dairy... but I do love my cheese....

Milk is completely and utterly terrible for you...

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What does milk do? is no fat milk bad too?

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like some members who have posted here, i have also recently stopped drinking milk and gone soy.

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I avoid dairy... but I do love my cheese....

Milk is completely and utterly terrible for you...
I don't believe any food is "bad" for you in moderation.

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