Source – greenmedinfo.com – “…Anyone over 30 years of age should have lower bone density than a 30 year old, as this is consistent with the normal and natural healthy aging process. And yet, according to the WHO definition of osteopenia, the eons-old programming of our bodies to gradually shed bone density as we age, […]BIG PHARMA: ‘Manufacturing Bone Diseases’, The Story of Osteoporosis and Osteopenia (Archive)
Milk (most likely from a cow here in the US) is said to make strong teeth and bones. And it’s true (at the START of a child’s life AND a short time after) but not long that milk (human milk for humans – cows milk for cows – goats milk for goats – etc) started doing the opposite.
Too much milk damages bones.
*** Milk – It does a body good…
“NOPE!” ~Gramma Tala (Moana 2016)