Milk – It Doesn’t Do A Body Good. — Plant-Strong by Engine 2

Don’t believe any of the dairy industry’s claims about the so-called bone-strengthening benefits of milk. In fact, quite the opposite is true.

When consumed, animal products create an acidic environment in the bloodstream. In response, the body leeches calcium from the bones in order to neutralize the acid. Consumption of dairy products, especially those which are low- or non-fat (meaning they have a higher percentage of protein), can therefore lead to lower levels of calcium in the body.

Indeed, one set of studies published by The BMJ analyzing 100,000 people for two decades suggested that milk can actually increase the rates of bone and hip fractures, which might explain why some of the highest rates of osteoporosis are found in the countries with the highest rates of dairy consumption. Americans consume more calcium from dairy products than any other nation and yet we have the highest incidence of osteoporosis. Something must give, and it turns out to be your bones.


It seems the negative effects of milk on the body only become worse with age.

Think about this for a moment: Milk is specifically designed to help a baby—whether it’s a calf or a human—grow as fast as possible. That’s why milk is packed with growth hormones and sex steroid hormones like estrogen. When you’ve stopped growing, however, these hormones help grow cancerous tumors instead of bones.

The association between milk and prostate cancer was proved by a study published in the journal Nutrition and Cancer. These researchers dripped milk directly onto prostate cancer cells in a laboratory, which had the effect of turbo-charging the cancer progression in each of the 14 experiments they performed, fueling the cancer growth rate by more than 30 percent. Moreover, a 2015 meta-analysis published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition concluded that high intakes of dairy products, including whole and low-fat milk, appears to increase a man’s risk of prostate cancer.

The research even suggests milk can cause problems even before birth—“Women attempting conception should avoid milk and dairy products,” concluded one study in The Journal of Reproductive Medicine. Why? Because potentially unsafe complications such as twinning may occur, which may explain why women who eat entirely plant-based diets give birth to twins at just one-fifth the rate as omnivores.

All the evidence screams one simple point: Dairy milk is unsafe at any age. Leave cow’s milk for baby cows. Repeat after me, “No moo milk here!”

Repeat it with me again: Don’t Drink Your Calories! What’s left to drink, then?

Here’s a hint: It’s colorless, odorless, transparent, and it’s the most important liquid in the entire universe.

I’m talking about water. Not vitamin water, coconut water, fruit water, or any other flavored calorie-infested crap. Just plain old water. Not drinking enough of it has been linked to bone fractures, heart disease, lung conditions, kidney stones, colon cancer, urinary tract infections, constipation, cavities, compromised immune systems… I can keep going for pages and pages. Don’t want bladder cancer? Drink more water. A Harvard University study of nearly 50,000 men found that the risk of this painful and deadly condition drops by 7 percent for every cup of water you drink daily. Don’t want a heart attack? Drink more water. The Adventist Health Study, which followed more than 20,000 people, determined that people who drink five or more glasses of water per day have half the risk of dying from heart disease compared to people who drank two glasses or less.

Drink water and drink it often.

This is an excerpt from Pillar #3 in the Engine 2 Seven-Day Rescue Diet on why we don’t drink our food.

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Source: Milk – It Doesn’t Do A Body Good. — Plant-Strong by Engine 2

Fear, Immune System, Freedom + Segments from the “Overcoming Fear Summit” – Dr. Rashid A Buttar

This video is comprised of various segments form an interview held during the Overcoming Fear Summit held in October 2020. It is an excellent overview of the current situation regarding the so called “pandemic” and helps to explain the critical issues people need to understand. This video also goes into the difference between humoral immunity (antibody mediated) and cell-mediated or cellular immunity (cytotoxic cell mediated). It goes on to discuss the use of fear in making people give up their freedoms for the illusion of safety and concludes with information regarding the IADFW. If you find this video to be powerful, please share it with those you love today. Thank you.…

How to Build Resilience Through COVID-19 | Dr. Pam Popper

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From Bedridden with Back Pain to Running Marathons, By Selim Erünkut, Forks Over Knives

Ankylosing spondylitis arthritis left Selim bedridden with back pain—but since he changed his diet, he’s been pain-free. Read his story!

In 2017 I was diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis, a type of arthritis concentrated in the spine. For months I had been experiencing a lot of night sweating, along with intense back pain that started in the neck and went all the way down the spine to my sacroiliac joints. My inflammation markers were unusually high. My skin was pale and yellowish, and I didn’t have much energy. I had muscle knots all through my backside.

Often I couldn’t get out of bed in the morning for hours because of severe stiffness. On some days, running was impossible and even walking was painful. There were times when I was afraid I’d be run over while trying to make it across the street, as the light would change before I could make it to the other side. I was on non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and a lot of different pain medications, but nothing seemed to really be helping.

I decided in June of that year to modify my diet and see if that impacted my symptoms. I knew that a whole-food, plant-based diet was purported to help with a host of chronic conditions. I had been vegan since 2013 but ate a lot of processed foods. I began eliminating those processed foods from my diet and loading up on fruits, veggies, and whole grains.

It was difficult at first: I needed to learn new ways to cook with spices and herbs, and how to appreciate the taste of whole fruits and vegetables. But I stuck with it.


Today I am medication-free and thriving as a plant-based athlete. Over the past three years, thanks to a plant-based diet and some personalized, science-based optimisations from my health coach, I completed a few marathons, one ultramarathon, and an Ironman 70.3.

My aim now is to help people struggling with autoimmune diseases by promoting a healthier lifestyle, creating conversations about food choices, encouraging more physical activity, and discussing techniques for stress management techniques, fasting, and cold therapy.

Over the course of this health and nutrition journey, I have become increasingly in tune with my body and aware of the impact I make on this planet. I can’t think of a more important mission than advocating a whole-food, plant-based diet. What we eat can have a transformative effect on our health, our environment, and the lives of future generations.

Ready to get started? Check out our Plant-Based Primer to learn more about adopting a whole-food, plant-based diet.

Source: From Bedridden with Back Pain to Running Marathons

Is Your Doctor In? How to Talk to Your Doctor About Going Plant-Based | by Karen Asp, Forks Over Knives

More and more physicians are recognizing the health benefits of plant-based nutrition, but they’re not all there yet. “It’s important to have a doctor who’s willing to work with you, especially if you’re on medication or have chronic issues,” says Michelle McMacken, MD, assistant professor of medicine at NYU School of Medicine and director of the Bellevue Hospital Weight Management Clinic in New York City. To ensure you get the support you need, follow these tips.


“When physicians hear this, which they rarely do, they get excited and they’re more open to a conversation,” says Scott Stoll, MD, board-certified specialist in physical medicine and rehabilitation in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and cofounder of the Plantrician Project. Make sure you come armed with resources, like a list of documentaries that have inspired you or evidence-based reviews such as the official position paper on plant-based diets from the world’s largest organization of nutrition professionals, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.


“Most physicians will think this is taking it too much to the personal level, which could make them feel defensive,” McMacken says.


If you’re encountering skepticism and pushback from a doctor who’s not convinced about the benefits of a WFPB diet, move on. “You’re in control of your health, and you need to find a physician who respects and honors your choice,” Stoll says.


The free search tool on Plant-based Docs lists more than 600 health care providers nationwide. “We want to serve as a bridge between people looking for health care professionals who are passionate about plant-based nutrition and lifestyle medicine,” says Stoll, a cofounder of the site. Another directory to check out:

Continue reading …

Source: Is Your Doctor In? How to Talk to Your Doctor About Going Plant-Based

CDC and WHO Mortality Data | Dr. Pam Popper,

How does COVID compare with the flu? 

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Smoking gun: Fauci states COVID test has fatal flaw; confession from the “beloved” expert of experts Nov 6 by Jon Rappoport

OK, here we go. Smoking gun. Jackpot.

Right from the horse’s mouth. Right from the man we’re told is the number-one COVID expert in the nation. What Fauci says is golden truth.

Well, how about THIS?

July 16, 2020, podcast, “This Week in Virology”: Tony Fauci makes a point of saying the PCR COVID test is useless and misleading when the test is run at “35 cycles or higher.” A positive result, indicating infection, cannot be accepted or believed.

Here, in techno-speak, is an excerpt from Fauci’s key quote (starting at about the 4-minute mark [1]):

“…If you get [perform the test at] a cycle threshold of 35 or more…the chances of it being replication-confident [aka accurate] are miniscule…you almost never can culture virus [detect a true positive result] from a 37 threshold cycle…even 36…”

Each “cycle” of the test is a quantum leap in amplification and magnification of the test specimen taken from the patient.

Too many cycles, and the test will turn up all sorts of irrelevant material that will be wrongly interpreted as relevant.

That’s called a false positive.

What Fauci failed to say on the video is: the FDA, which authorizes the test for public use, recommends the test should be run up to 40 cycles. Not 35.

Therefore, all labs in the US that follow the FDA guideline are knowingly or unknowingly participating in fraud. Fraud on a monstrous level, because…

Millions of Americans are being told they are infected with the virus on the basis of a false positive result, and…

The total number of COVID cases in America—which is based on the test—is a gross falsity.

The lockdowns and other restraining measures are based on these fraudulent case numbers. Continue reading …

Smoking gun: Fauci states COVID test has fatal flaw; confession from the “beloved” expert of experts

Consequences Nov 6, 2020 | Pam Popper, N.D.

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