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The Real Reason The Dairy Industry Adds Vitamin D To Your Milk. Why Skim Milk Will Make You Fat and Give You Heart Disease. Joke: How do you dramatically increase sales of a new or unpopular food product to the American public?

Why Skim Milk Will Make You Fat and Give You Heart Disease

Answer: Call it a health food! This joke, while funny, is also very sad as it illustrates with humor what common sense, logic, observation, and facts cannot for the vast majority of Westerners. Time and time again, Americans are completely duped by the clever marketing of a food product, falling all over themselves to buy it just because it has been touted in the media and by their (equally duped) doctors as a food that will improve their health. Don’t believe it? How about margarine? Dairy industry has a cow over plant-based milks.

The dairy industry seems to feel udderly upended these days.

Dairy industry has a cow over plant-based milks

Almond milk, soy milk, coconut milk, hemp milk, cashew milk: As consumers move beyond the bovine in our coffee and on our cereal, the industry and its supporters are feeling so threatened that they’re pushing the federal government to crack down on moo-free milks. More than 30 members of Congress — led by representatives from Idaho and Vermont, both major dairy-producing states — are urging the FDA to take action against plant-based milk manufacturers for calling their beverages, well, milk. Nestle Baby Milk – The Scam. There is a lot of talk about corporations controlling the food supply, but Nestlé does not have much to do with food control.

Nestle Baby Milk – The Scam

However they value their profits far more than Human rights and this has had devastating effects on some of the developing countries. They promote their product of Infant Formula and have for decades spread misinformation abroad and here about breast feeding. For ages, Nestlé have advertised their pro-formula campaign in order to increase sales of their infant formula. Experts Explain How Low-Fat or skim Milk Encourages Weight Gain. July 8, 2013 by MARCO TORRES Experts Explain How Low-Fat or Skim Milk Encourages Weight Gain Processed and pasteurized milk is already a dead liquid, lacking any real nutritional value, but if you think drinking skim milk will help keep your weight down, think again.

Experts Explain How Low-Fat or skim Milk Encourages Weight Gain

Fast food Recipe: The Skim Milk Scam. In 1980, the USDA’s first dietary guidelines suggested: “If you prefer whole milk to skim milk you can reduce your intake of fat from foods other than milk.”

Fast food Recipe: The Skim Milk Scam

Then in 1985, the USDA recommended a switch to low-fat dairy as a way of managing fat intake. And since 2012, public schools have been required to serve only non-fat and low-fat milk to students, a change brought on by the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. In 2010, even Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! Campaign promoted skim milk, and groups like the International Dairy Foods Association created campaigns advocating more milk-drinking among kids. Almond Milk: Healthy Alternative or Harmful Scam? Milk intake and risk of mortality and fractures in women and men: cohort studies. Abstract Objective To examine whether high milk consumption is associated with mortality and fractures in women and men.

Milk intake and risk of mortality and fractures in women and men: cohort studies

Design Cohort studies. Setting Three counties in central Sweden. Participants Two large Swedish cohorts, one with 61 433 women (39-74 years at baseline 1987-90) and one with 45 339 men (45-79 years at baseline 1997), were administered food frequency questionnaires.