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  • Dave Rietz (DORway.com)
    Dear Friends, The American Heart Association Statement has issued a statement on coronary heart disease. http://www.usnewswire.com/topnews/Current_Releases/
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 18, 2001
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      Dear Friends,

      The American Heart Association Statement has issued a
      statement on coronary heart disease.

      http://www.usnewswire.com/topnews/Current_Releases/
      0215-149.html

      According to the latest statistics cited in the
      February 16th, 2001 issue of Morbidity and Mortality, a
      Centers for Disease Control weekly publication, an
      estimated 60.8 million Americans suffer from one form
      or another of cardiovascular disease.

      The president of the American Heart Association, Rose
      Marie Robertson, M.D., had these words of wisdom:

      "It's imperative that we reduce death rates from
      coronary heart disease."

      Gee willikers, if only I had that kind of insight.

      What did the American Heart Association neglect to say?

      They did not reveal that the dairy industry is a major
      donor to the American Heart Association.

      They did not reveal that saturated animal fat and
      cholesterol have been identified as the major cause of
      coronary heart disease.

      They did not reveal that each day from milk and dairy
      products, the average American consumes the same
      cholesterol contained in 53 slices of bacon. By age
      52, the average American will have eaten from his or
      her cheese, butter, ice cream, and milk the same
      cholesterol contained in one million slices of bacon.

      Nearly 61 million Americans suffer from cardiovascular
      disease. Wow! I didn't know that the number was so
      high, but it really should not be such a surprise.

      In 1979, The Lancet, a British medical journal,
      reported that Finland ranks highest of all nations in
      milk consumption and mortality from heart disease.

      Two years later, a survey of 24 countries revealed that
      milk and dairy products gave the highest correlation
      coefficient to heart disease, while sugar, animal
      proteins and animal fats came in second, third, and
      fourth, respectively.

      Why do Greenland Eskimos, who have a very low incidence
      of heart disease, eat a high-fat, high-protein diet,
      but a very low intake of milk? Could fat and
      cholesterol from meat have very little to do with heart
      disease? Is milk the missing link? One day perhaps the
      American Heart Association will take a closer look at
      the destructive milk enzyme, xanthene oxidase.

      Two Connecticut researchers observed that xanthene
      oxidase survived digestion and destroyed the atrial
      material in the hearts of their patients. Oster and
      Ross wrote:

      "Bovine milk xanthene oxidase (BMXO) may be absorbed
      and may enter the cardiovascular system. People with
      clinical signs of atherosclerosis have greater
      quantities of antibodies. BMXO antibodies are found in
      greater in those patients who consume the largest
      volumes of homogenized milk and milk products." ("The
      X-O Factor," by Kurt Oster, M.D., and Donald Ross,
      Ph.D.)

      Robert Cohen
      http://www.notmilk.com


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