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Published: 11 years ago
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Re: Dairy industry hipocrites?

 I only drink milk maybe once a month, but know others that love the stuff enough to drink it daily.

To reiterate, milk contains formaldehyde,

I DID NOT say ALL milk. I said PASTEURIZED milk contains formaldehyde.

blocks calcium absorption,

Yes, protein is well known for blocking calcium absorption. In milk the protein is casein. Event he dairy industry is well aware of this fact. This is why vitamin D is added to milk to help compensate for protein's calcium blocking effects. Milk is actually a leading cause of osteoporosis, with this being one of the factors. The US and Finland are the largest milk consumers in the world and they have the highest osteoporosis rates in the world.

and contains xanthine oxidase that damages the arterial lining.


We are not rabbits, nor do we have the same chemistry as rabbits. If we want to look at animal studies then let's also look at this study on cats, which does show injury from xanthine oxidase:

Now read the section in this article on xanthine oxidase, and what has been observed in humans:

Here is more:

In rabbits, intravenous injection of xanthine oxidase from bovine milk did not deplete arterial or coronary tissue plasmalogens, and did not induce arterial plaque formation. We, of course, are not rabbits and it's an old study.


Probable role of the enzyme in milk is it’s
antibacterial activity by virtue of it’s ability to produce oxygen derived free radicals. Oxy free radicals produced by the action of xanthine oxidase, in turn, oxidize cellular proteins and membranes resulting in myocardial cellular injury.

It is the free radical production by the xanthine oxidase that leads to the arterial lining damage.


Animal studies where bovine xanthine oxidase was given intravenously in large doses failed to deplete plasmalogen in the arteries or in the coronary tissue.

Hv, can you provide some references to your claims?

Posted some above.


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