31 Oct '14, 2pm

Study Links Milk to Higher Mortality and Bone Fracture Rates

“This news should not come as a shock to anyone outside of the dairy industry’s advertising department,” commented Dr. Neal Barnard from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine on the organization’s website citing another study from 2012 that showed that girls who drank milk weren’t any less likely to suffer bone fractures than those who didn’t. “For strong, healthy bones, it’s important to have enough calcium and vitamin D. However, animal products tend to leech calcium from bones , yet plant foods do not have this effect.”

Full article: http://www.ecorazzi.com/2014/10/31/study-links-milk-to-hi...