Scientist of Harvard Urges People to Stop Drinking “Low-Fat” Milk Immediately

April 25, 2015

Why You Should Stop Drinking Low fat Milk !!!

Did you know that low fat milk often has an addition of health compromising sweeteners added to it?
A Specialist from Harvard and a pediatrician, David Ludwig wonders why there is a logical reasoning to drink 3 glasses of low fat milk when there are sugars that are added to it to make it taste better.

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Ludwig states that many Americans are under the assumption that if they do not drink milk each day, the bones in the body would crumble. He feels that if the USDA is telling individuals to drink milk, they are promoting the use of sugars.

But yet the USDA is against the use of caloric intake from sugary beverages, such as soda.
We all know that excessive sugar can lead to weight gain, diabetes, unstable intestines, and more. We often aim this at the sugary drinks one consumes, such as fruit juices and sodas. However the fats in low fat milk is being supplanted with sugars that are very hazardous to the body.

Reduced fat chocolate milk is the worst. The fat is taken out, making the beverage less tasty. So it is sweetened with sugars. If you are having 3 cups a day, your body is getting way more sugar than it needs.

One can fix this with getting calcium from other sources, such as cooked kale, nut seed beans, sardines, green leafy vegetables, and others. If milk is desired, look to the full fat versions.

Full fat milk can help control diabetes, help vitamin ingestion, lower the risk of diseases, support weight reduction, and also advance heart health.
Do take into consideration that immaculate dairy can help an individual’s well being while customary dairy could still harm a person. Just do your research before consuming dairy.

One would be surprised to know that there may be anti-toxins, painkillers and other harmful substances in the milk that we consume.

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