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From: Charles Seabert
To: Charles Seabert
Sent: Sunday, December 09, 2007 6:30 PM
Subject: Fw: WAL-MART MILK
FROM ON OF OUR OWN.
Now this does not surprise me in the least! When I was driving bus, I had
the occasion to travel through areas that had dairy farms. I was raised
helping out on my Uncle's farm of which included milking cows by hand. I
can absolutely guarantee you that with all of the cows that I have milked I
never saw one with an udder as huge as the one's that are currently waddling
around the pastures on the farms. It is all due to growth hormones to
produce more milk. Profit margin again wins out over health and safety of
our food products. My granddaughter is blessed/cursed by being well endowed
and then some. She has lived with us for years and I got to thinking quite
awhile ago about her problem/situation. We stopped drinking regular milk
and went to organic with no growth hormone in it several years ago. She
went from a 42-44 triple "D" cup down to a 38 C/D cup depending on style in
about four years. I have been wondering for years when young girls
developing would start lactating even if they are very young. Like I said,
I am not surprised! It is not just Wal-Mart but any and all milk with the
growth hormone to produce more milk for the same costs.
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Subject: WAL-MART MILK
WAL-MART MILK: Just in case any of you shop at Wal-Mart like me, you
Might want to reconsider buying their Milk after reading this... Please
read This and pass along to as many people as you can think of. Mitzi
Lyons and Her husband Kyle live in Gainesville, TX.
Their daughter, Marissa, has been experiencing menstrual problems
(bleeding every day) for three years and within the last year; she
started Producing milk (lactating). They have performed every test, every
surgery, put her on birth control and in January were scheduled to
undergo a hysterectomy.
Mitzi's dad started researching his granddaughter's condition on the
internet found out about RBST in milk. RBST is a hormone injected into
cows to produce more milk. Wal-Mart Great Value milk contains RBST and is
the brand that the Lyons family has used for years. Three months ago,
they pulled Marissa off Great Value Milk and she quit bleeding and
Her doctors in Houston are going to write a medical journal discovery
about Her case, because the FDA says that RBST is safe. Mitzi asked me to
please Share this with everyone I could think of to I hope that save
someone the pain and suffering that Marissa has endured. I have pulled my
family from Wal-Mart Great Value milk and bought Borden instead.
Borden has a label on their milk that states that RBST is not used on
Please pass this on......