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Cow's Milk Casomorphin, Crib Death, and Autism

Michael Greger MD | June 21, 2012 | Health

Read More: apnea, baby, breastfeeding, casomorphin, cow's milk, crib death, death, enzyme, evolution, hypercapnia, hypoxia, infant, milk, mothers, opiate, peptides, protein, SIDS, stomach

Evolution devised an ingenious way to bond infant to mother: proteins in milk that break down into peptides that have opiate-like drug effects. But what if a breastfeeding mother is herself effectively suckling by still drinking milk into adulthood?......

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Vegan Kids, Breastfeeding, and SEX!

Jess Parsons | May 14, 2012 | Lifestyle

Read More: advertising, breastfeeding, dairy cows, health promoting foods, milk, sexual function, vegan mothers

I've posted before about how breastfeeding, and in particular a natural weaning process (years, not months), is a strong building block for a healthy vegan child. Basically, if you continue to breastfeed your child along with the solids they eat,......

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Mad Cow California: Is the Milk Supply Safe?

Michael Greger MD | April 25, 2012 | Health

Read More: bovine spongiform encephalopathy, bse, mad cow disease, milk, pus

In announcing the detection of a new case of mad cow disease in California, the USDA emphasized that her carcass never made it into the food supply. The fact that the infected animal was a dairy cow, though, raises......

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Protein---There's only one way not to get enough of it...

J Morris Hicks | March 16, 2012 | Health

Read More: dairy, milk, osteoporosis

  By not getting enough calories Essential nutrient? Yes. More important than complex carbohydrates? No. Earlier this week, I blogged about the importance of fiber in the diet of herbivores. Today, I want to revisit the old question about protein---because this......

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Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board accused of making illegally deceptive claims

Michael Greger MD | October 24, 2011 | Health

Read More: children, dairy, milk, obesity, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, salt, sodium, weight loss, Wisconsin

A two-part investigation (1 & 2) released last week by the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism revealed that the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board was making claims that may violate state laws prohibiting agricultural marketing boards from false advertising. The......

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Cantaloupe and Listeria: an estimated 85% of cases are from deli meats, not melons

Michael Greger MD | September 30, 2011 | Health

Read More: alfalfa sprouts, bacteria, cantaloupe, cheese, cold cuts, dairy, deli meat, eggs, esselstyn, hot dogs, Listeria, livestock, lunch meat, meat pâté, milk, pork, poultry, salmonella, seafood

More than a dozen deaths have been reported in the national outbreak of listeriosis linked to cantaloupes from a farm in Colorado, making it the third deadliest recorded Listeria outbreak in U.S. history, after a 1985 outbreak linked to......

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Children are our Future - Teaching Plant Food and Health

Jess Parsons | September 24, 2011 | Health

Read More: animal foods, b12, breastfeeding, calorie density, diseases of affluence, dr antonia demas, dr t colin campbell, education, genes, healthy food, milk, New Zealand, omnivores, parenting, plant based diet, processed food, protein

My son's school requested "parent experts" to help their 12 year old students in various topics - including nutrition and health, and sports nutrition!  With my recently acquired Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition with Dr T Colin Campbell, I felt......

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Got Guilt? Motherhood, Sacrifice, Breastfeeding, and Dairy

Jess Parsons | September 15, 2011 | Animals

Read More: animal cruelty, artificial insemination, breastfeeding, dairy cows, milk, milk alternatives, mother

Motherhood and sacrifice - where to start? Google it for 2.8 million hits and keep on going.The story of Jesus's sacrifice is known worldwide - yet first Jesus's mother Mary gave of her body to him by breastfeeding.  There......

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Vitamin B12: how much, how often?

Michael Greger MD | August 30, 2011 | Health

Read More: Airborne supplements, Alli, Applebee's, Burger King, Centrum, Chick-fil-A, Chili's, Coca-Cola, dairy, Dow Chemical, Dr Greger, Dr Gregor, Eggbeaters, fish oil, Flomax, Häagen-Dazs, Herbalife, Juice Plus+, KFC, Lipitor, McDonald's, Michael Gregor, milk, mucus, Nutrasweet, nutritional yeast, Pop Tarts, Purevia, red yeast rice, spirulina, Splenda, Sugar Twin, supplements, Sweet and Low, Sweet One, TGI Friday's, Truvia, Vaseline, vitamin B12, weight loss

This week NutritionFacts.org celebrates the upload of its 300th video. Though the site is officially only 9 days old, it launched "preloaded" with 288 videos taken from the last four years of my Latest in Clinical Nutrition DVD series.......

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Vitamins...a 27 billion dollar folly?

J Morris Hicks | April 26, 2011 | Health

Read More: are vitamins a waste of money?, dairy, milk, vitamins

  An April 13 article by Madison Park on CNN.com led off with the following: "As more than half of U.S. adults are popping vitamins and supplements, the question remains -- has it made Americans healthier?" The short answer is......

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Betty Crocker meets The Shannons

Meet The Shannons | April 27, 2010 | Food

Read More: American cuisine, Betty Crocker, Betty Crocker Cookbook, casseroles, cookbooks, Cooking, Home, Julia Child, Milk, mock meat, recipes, vegan meals, Veganism, Vegetarian

We recently saw the movie Julie & Julia. Being armchair chefs ourselves, it's surprising it took us so long to see a movie about a book about a normal person finding her way through Julia Child's classic cookbook in a......

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