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Re: Much confusion over milk-Little Use

Posted By: Gary O
Date: Tuesday, 20 June 2000, at 4:09 p.m.

In Response To: Much confusion over milk (Scott (O-))

Few people thrive on milk. In fact, it provides more problems than benefits for most. With this in mind, I use only real butter and a very small amount of buttermilk to make homemade buttermilk salad dressing. (we are cutting back on these two by about 75%) We never buy milk.
There are many other "better" sources of calcium, such as collards, kale, broccoli, beet greens, even almonds. And for the protein, fish, nuts, beans, eggs, rice, etc; have as much or much more than milk.
Other than these two nutrients, there is no real benefit to milk. (other than deforesting half the world for cattle pastures)
I would really like to see public schools eliminate milk and replace it with some "real food", including greens, broccoli, seafood, etc.
We raised our two (17 & 16 yrs old) kids on these foods, and they love them, even asking for steamed broccoli, greens, seafood, and salads.(how many kids, these days, will eat these foods, let alone ASK for them!)

Good Health and Good Luck,
Gary O


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