Admission That Irritable Bowels Caused by Dairy Will Go On & On & On
"This is the song that never ends
It just goes on and on my friend
Some people started singing it not knowing what it was,
And they'll continue singing it forever just because..."
(repeat, etc., until your friends end up screaming)
"There are in nature neither rewards nor
punishments — there are consequences."
- Robert G. Ingersoll
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As a child, if you do something good, you are rewarded
with ice cream. Ice cream is a delicious motivator.
Should you enjoy your Sundae one Saturday, be prepared
to pay the consequences on each one of the next 10,000
consecutive weak days."
The July 7th, 2014 issue of Agriland magazine
(which considers itself a "The Home of Agriculture")
contains a painful admission from a well-respected
veterinarian whose position regarding a serious
diarrheal disease transmitted from cows to humans is:
"We need to be cognizant that this disease will not
be eradicated from the national beef or dairy herd."
Dr. Dan Ryan (who can be contacted at cowsDNA.com)
is a bovine fertility expert. The good doctor writes:
"There are many reasons to be due diligent about the
risks of Johne's Disease in your dairy herd. Johne's
Disease which is scientifically noted as Mycobacterium
Avian Paratuberculosis (MAPS) causes severe debilitation
of stock with eventual death. Johne's Disease has been
linked to Crohn's disease in humans..."
(NOTMILK NOTE: Veterinarian Dan Ryan is a birdbrain,
as he wrote "Mycobacterium Avian Paratuberculosis".
The correct middle name of the bacterium is "AVRUM".
I assure you that despite his error, the irritable
bowels and ulcerative colitis and Crohn's one
catches from cows has nothing to do with creatures
who take to the sky, unless, perhaps, it was that cow
who jumped over the moon.)
Notmilk has previously reported (on many occasions):
Hoard's Dairyman, the National Dairy Farm magazine
Admitted in their January 24, 1995 issue:
"Johne's disease and Crohn's disease are remarkably
similar in clinical signs and intestinal pathology."
In March of 1998, the journal Applied and Environmental
Microbiology terrified dairy consumers with this finding:
"Mycobacterium paratuberculosis is capable of surviving
In 1996, The National Academy of Sciences did nothing to
ease the extreme lifetime of discomfort of Crohn’s victims
"Mycobacterium paratuberculosis RNA was found in 100% of
Crohn's disease patients, compared with 0% of controls."
After reading all of the above, do you still continue to
consume dairy products? If so, you are invited to immediately
unsubscribe from the Notmilk letter, as you are a Grade-One
ignoramus. You care more about the taste of what goes into one
opening of your body than the discomforting feeling of what
will forever exit the other end due to a common cow infection.
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"You talk about your 3 I's...I agree, because in my
mind you're an Idiot, an Imbecile and an Ignoramus!"
- Chris Jericho
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