Another reason to avoid Milk (dairy)

Dr. Weeks’ Comment:  Corrective Cancer Care begins with darning the Health Net – (Nutrition, Exercise and Thought) to enhance these fundamental methods of re-attaining health.   Correcting problems not suppressing symptoms;  preventing problems not over-prescribing synthetic medications.  Dr. Burkitt’s examples here is worth considering. 


“Western doctors are like poor plumbers. They treat a
splashing tube by cleaning up the water. These plumbers
are extremely apt at drying up the water, constantly
inventing new, expensive, and refined methods of drying
up water. Somebody should teach them how to close the tap.” 
”• Denis Parsons Burkitt, M.D.  “Burkitt’s Lymphoma”

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The June, 2014 issue of the peer-reviewed scientific
journal, Breast Cancer Research & Treatment includes a
study with this “duh” title:

“Breast Cancer Risk Accumulation Starts Early:
Prevention Must Also”

Doctors at the Department of Surgery at St. Louis,
Missouri’s Washington University School of Medicine
concluded that which Notmilk has been writing for
greater than two decades. Researchers identify two key
breast cancer prevention factors:

“Evidence on childhood diet and growth in height…”

and conclude:

“Breast cancer prevention efforts will have the greatest effect
when initiated at an early age and continued over a lifetime.”

Growth in height and diet and cancer? The key to all three
is a naturally occurring dairy protein, IGF-1 which makes children
grow taller than their genetic plan was designed for. Simplicity
escapes medical geniuses who should know better.

Before the second world War, Japanese children drank no milk.
Dairy cows were introduced into Japan in 1950. From 1950 until
1975, Japanese scientists carefully monitored the heights and
weights and diseases experienced by 21,707 people in 6,093
households. They found that in one generation, the average
Japanese girl grew 4-1/2 inches. Their results were published
in the journal Preventive Medicine. Since milk consumption
began in Japan, breast cancer rates have soared faster that
one can drive a Bugatti Veyron Super Sport car from zero to
sixty miles per hour (2.4 seconds). That same study (Kagawa)
found that breast cancer rates in Japan increased by 77%
during just one generation after milk’s introduction.

A publication in which exploding breast cancer rates
in Japan published in the Journal of the Japanese
Medical Association concluded:

“The increase in the breast cancer incidence and
mortality rates in Japan may be attributable to
changes in eating habits and physical features…”

Notmilk’s simple breast cancer understanding and prevention:

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“With certainty, I can predict that there will never
be a cure to cancer. The only hope for any of us is
to concentrate on cause and prevent the misery.”
”• Richard Diaz  

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