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Old Today, 02:42 AM
 
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You neglected to read my sentence below the link. Also I advocate for soymilk not organic whole milk from any other source.
Your sentence after it was nothing more than speculation. You basically decided that since American Cancer Society pointed out there was no evidence they must be hiding something, you took them specifically saying there was no proof to claim it's proof. That's chasing a conclusion, and not very scientific.


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Humans have been genetically engineering crops - There is a difference however between breeding the desired traits OVER TIME vs. instantly in a lab in sterile non-real world conditions. GMO crops have virtually no resistance to pests because of this which is why such heavy pesticide usage is required, which leads to round up and other foul chemicals being used which ends up in the bodies of you and your children.
They are both messing with Mother Nature, something you indicated was bad. Now we are going to declare arbitrary levels to where it's right or wrong?

Regarding GMO crops have virtually no resistance to pests that's a big nope, many in fact were modified to have greater pest resistance.



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Only certain groups with a long pastoral history have lactose tolerance after childhood. We come from 100,000 years of hunter gatherer diets. Given that cardiovascular disease is positively correlated more in cultures that consume more dairy I'm hesitant to believe that consuming milk from cows in particular is the best way to maintain human health.
Has the milk consumption been isolated as the cause or is it more likely dairy consuming cultures have other attributes that correlate as well.

I'd be interested to see the correlation of dairy consumption versus cv disease, do you have the data?
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Humans do a lot of things other species never had capability of thought to do...like growing crops, cooking meat...or mixing up a salad.
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Old Today, 08:59 AM
 
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With all the money I'm saving at Aldi I will keep buying Amazon stock, glad to see the whole foods crowd is so dedicated
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