"Either way milk is not good for the body. It may be high in calcium but the protein in milk blocks the absorption of calcium. And milk is one of the biggest causes of heart disease due to the presence of xanthine oxidase in milk, which damages the arterial lining. It does not matter if it is raw or not."
Sorry for butting in. I had no idea that protein in milk blocks absorption of calcium.
So what are the options for my kids? We rarely eat meat. How would they get their protein and other nutrients which are supposed to be coming from Milk?
Soy milk, rice milk, almond milk........
The body actually does not require high protein. The body only utilizes about 90 grams (roughly 3 ounces) of protein daily. Anything beyond that is waste the body must eliminate.
Plants also contain protein, so with three meals a day you should easily meet your families protein needs.