Hormone-Free Organic Milk
- Hormone-Free Organic Milk
"No dairy products are hormone-free. There
are literally dozens of hormones in all
fluid milk, including estrogen..."
- Tom Helscher (Monsanto's director of
industry affairs October 25, 2005)
"Is hormone-free milk healthy?"
There is no such thing as hormone-free milk. The healthiest
milk from the healthiest cow is naturally loaded with lactoferrins,
immunoglobulins, steroid and protein growth hormones. In an effort
to provide their children with healthy foods, mothers and fathers
search out products that are advertised to be "hormone free." Such
marketing is deceptive. When drinking body fluids from animals, or
eating their flesh, you ingest their naturally occurring hormones.
The largest producer of so-called hormone-free milk in America
is Horizon Farms.
Horizon's organic milk contains animal fat and cholesterol,
dioxins, and bacteria. The amount of somatic cells (pus) in
organic milk is lower than milk from non-organic cows, but it's
still dead white blood cells and dead bacteria. Ask yourself this
question. Does organic human breast milk sound like a delicious
drink for an adult human?
Instinctively, most people know that there are substances in
breast milk that are not intended for their adult bodies. Same
goes for pig's milk and dog's milk. Same for cow's milk.
Some people may not be able to tolerate lactose, a milk sugar.
One hundred percent of humans are allergic to casein, a milk protein.
Eighty percent of the protein in Horizon's organic dairy products is
casein, the same glue used to adhere a label to a bottle of beer. Eat
casein and your body produces histamines, then mucus. This sludge
congests your organs. Give up all milk and dairy products for just
one week and an internal "fog" will lift from your body.
Is genetically engineered milk dangerous? You bet! Organic milk
contains just a little bit less of the same hormones. I find there
to be very little difference between the two.
The people at Horizon want you to believe that their cows are
so happy that they've trademarked the phrase "Happy Cows."
Each year, one out of every three Horizon happy cows are sent
on a truck ride to hell, the slaughterhouse. Ask Horizon if
they would allow you to become witness to the final 24
hours of a happy cow's life.
Horizon pretends to have happy cows, yet these animal's udders
become so large that it is necessary to milk them three times
per day. Most dairy farms milk their cows once or twice each day.
Horizon pretends to have happy family farms, but nothing could be more
distant from the truth. On March 9th, 1999, the World Street Journal
"Horizon buys about 40% of its milk from other organic-dairy
operations, but it has two farms of its own, in Idaho with
3,700 milking cows, and Maryland with 500 cows."
Folks, Horizon runs factory-farm operations. I've investigated the
Idaho farm which actually contains nearly 7,000 cows. Each animal
produces 80 pounds of body wastes daily. That's 560,000 pounds of
excrement and urine each day entering Idaho's environment.
Organic Pus is no better than conventional pus.
Scientists in Switzerland have explored the many
so-called benefits of organic milk, and have ended
up with some unexpected results. Their proverbial
chunk of Swiss cheese has been shot full of holes.
This statement was issued by dairy researchers at
Bern University's Faculty of Veterinary Science:
"Organic products are not automatically healthier."
What did doctor Jurg Blum and his colleagues discover
from their eight year study published in October of 2005?
They observed and concluded that organic Swiss milk is
more expensive than the non-organic variety, but that it
also contains "more disease-causing bacteria."
Data from the study indicates that organically raised cows
produce up to 12 per cent less milk than cows which are
treated with antibiotics. Non-traditonal supplements
prohibited by organic rules turn cows into less efficient
agricultural units. Sadly, organically raised cows are
less healthier and suffer from increased cases of udder
inflammation and mastitis. The result is that milk from
organically raised milk contains enormous amounts of
bacteria. One major concern of the scientists:
"A risk for consumers is that these germs can end up in
the milk we drink."
Swiss scientists compared the "health, nutrition and
milk yield of 3,000 cows from 270 organic and
Their final conclusion:
"Organic milk was not any better than
conventionally produced milk."
My conclusion: Whether one drinks organic milk from filthy
diseased cows, or conventional milk from filthy diseased cows,
it's still all pus with hormones and glue.