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Know the Dangers of Homogenized Milk

Drain is nature’s method for giving substance from a mother to her young. It is an impeccable conveyance system to supply a newborn child with lactoferrins, immunoglobulins and protein – important nourishment for advancement. Homogenization takes that impeccable procedure and changes it into something else. The objective of treating milk is to add consistency to the fluid. Without it, the cream would partitioned. While the ultimate objective is commonsense, the methods add shrouded threats to what is an actually solid drink.

What Homogenization Does to Milk

Drain contains butterfat globules, or protuberances, that ascent to the highest point of the fluid. Homogenization is a mixing that separates the knotty regions, so it has a more reliable surface – an engaging attribute especially for business appropriation. Without this mechanical procedure, you would feel and taste the butterfat…or rub the cream off the top!

The Danger of Homogenization

Homogenization is a powerful approach to make an all the more engaging surface for drain, however it likewise changes the base structure of the proteins. Crude drain is less demanding to process than homogenized items. Once adjusted through homogenization, drain gets to be distinctly harder for the body to handle.

Every framework in the body has a capacity. Some portion of the occupation of the stomach related tract is to channel sustenances. Like most channels, littler substances can sneak past the matrix. Through the procedure of homogenization, the long chains of proteins are separated into modest units that don’t process legitimately. These littler chains sneak past the channel to enter the circulation system.

The immune system’s job is to protect the body from foreign invaders. When it detects a foreign body, the system takes action to contain and destroy it. This is the very same process that occurs when you get an infection. When undigested protein enters the bloodstream, it has the potential to trigger an immune response which can lead to inflammation and a myriad of unpleasant symptoms.

The same mechanism that breaks the protein chains will also reduce the size of the fat globules in the milk. The butterfat does not disappear. The lumps just gets so small you don’t know they are there. This makes them tiny enough to evade the filter in the digestive tract. Once in the blood, that fat can increase the risk of heart disease.

Do Hormones Trigger Cancer?

A secondary problem to homogenization is the introduction of hormones into the body. Digestion removes most potentially harmful elements in cow’s milk, but homogenization allows certain substances to bypass that protection filter. This includes:

  • Fat
  • Proteins
  • Hormones
  • Steroids

Some of the components are natural elements in milk while others are fed to the animal to increase production. When it comes to hormones and steroids, the human body doesn’t know the difference between what is natural and what is man-made. When humans ingest a growth hormone given to the cow, it may trigger the proliferation of cancer cells.

Altering the Process

When homogenization changes the structure of the milk, it alters the natural process. This can put people at risk for serious illnesses. Homogenization can increase the chances of developing:

  • Digestive issues
  • Autoimmune problems
  • Heart disease
  • Cancer

A study by Connecticut cardiologists Oster and Ross showed that Bovine Xanthene Oxidase (BXO) was able to survive digestion. The doctors’ paper, published in the Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (vol. 163:1981), states that milk antibodies were elevated in male patients diagnosed with heart disease.

In addition, there was evidence that the fat globules changed shape during homogenization to become irritants on the walls of arteries. This irritation causes the body to create cholesterol to protect the walls like insulation. This may be one reason for the increase in heart disease among young people.

In an attempt to make milk better, the dairy industry has gone against nature. Raw milk is a natural substance. Homogenized milk is not. Common sense tells you that going against a natural process is going to be a problem. Medical science is burying its head to the fact that there are hidden dangers in the homogenization of cow’s milk that can lead to chronic illness and even the possibility of terminal disease.