Say “NO” to dairy

Watch this video!!
Watch this video!!

Dr. Mark Hyman discusses the dangers of dairy.

Part 2.

The bounty of great food.
The bounty of great food.

Ok.. so you’ve watched Dr. Mark Hyman talk about the dangers of dairy but you still want to know more. In part two of this series, we’ll discuss a few key points and how to make living without dairy part of your lifestyle.
The ongoing Dairy Disaster:
According to Harvey and Marilyn Diamond, acclaimed authors of best selling Fit for Life ll ,
DAIRY PRODUCTS ARE DISEASE PRODUCING. They are harmful, and cause suffering.
Dieticians, nutritionists and physicians alike will tell you to drink milk even though diary products have been linked to a host of problems including.**

Acne,anemia,anxeity,ADD,Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder,Fibromyalgia,headaches,heartburn,indigestion,Ibs,joint pain,Osteoporsis,allergies,earinfection,colic,breast cancer,prostate cancer,Chron’s, Ovarian Cancer***

Consumers do not spend our free time flipping through medical journal so it makes sense that the medical community would want to go to bat for us. I was at my annual check up and a young resident came in to ask me questions about my health. I told him I was trying to give up dairy and he asked me how I could get my calcium if I didn’t drink milk. You can Google ‘non-dairy’ forms of calcium and get a list of plant- based foods that contain calcium. If I know that.. why didn’t he? Medical school….????

Non-dairy sources of Calcium
Food Source: Green leafy vegetables such as kale, collard and turnip greens, bok choy, broccoli, tofu, beans, chick peas, sunflower and sesame seeds, brazil nuts, almonds, flax seeds, dried figs, dried fruits, blackstrap molasses.

Wait! I can’t put that on my cereal!
There are some great ‘milk alternatives’ I use Hemp milk, unsweetened soy but my favorite is unsweetened almond milk. You can cook with these also. Rice dream is another option. You can get these at most grocery stores.



Milk is NOT a reliable source for minerals. You get much higher levels of manganese, chromium, selenium, and magnesium from fruits and veggies. They are also higher in boron which helps lessen the loss of calcium through urine.*

Non dairy sources of minerals
Food Source: Whole grains, nuts, peanuts, cooked spinach, mushrooms, broccoli, apples.

Food Source: Seeds and nuts, whole grains, dried beans, mushrooms.

Food Source: Brewed tea, apples, cooked spinach and kale.

Food Source: Sea salt, Iodized salt, Iodine–rich sea vegetables, kelp.

Food Source: Sea vegetables, green leafy vegetables, legumes/beans, seeds and nuts, dried fruits, prune juice, watermelon, cream of wheat, spinach, whole grains, bran flakes, blackstrap molasses.

Food Source: Cooked spinach, brown rice, almonds/nuts, legumes/beans, broccoli, wheat germ/bran, whole grains, dried figs, cooked oatmeal, green leafy vegetables, bananas, peanuts.

Food Source: Whole grains and cereals, brown rice, wheat germ, cooked oatmeal, almonds, nuts, seeds, legumes, black beans, cooked kale and spinach, avocados, strawberries, pineapples.

Food Source: Beans, cereals, breads, cooked spinach, strawberries.

Food Source: Cereal grains, bread and baked goods, pinto beans, nuts, almonds, dried beans, lentils, peas, peanuts, brown rice, avocados, spinach, vegetables, yeast.

Food Source: Bananas, raisins, potatoes, baked sweet potatoes, winter squash, raw cauliflower, raw and cooked spinach, tomatoes, avocado, kiwi, dried fruits, dried apricots, melons, oranges, grapefruit, strawberries.

Food Source: yeast, whole grains and cereals, beans, wheat germs, broccoli, mushrooms, spinach.

Food Source: Whole grains, brazil nuts, kidney beans, yeast.

Food Source: Whole grains and cereals, pumpkins seeds, legumes, peas, lentils, garbanzo beans, soy products, sunflower seeds, nuts, yeast, wheat germ, maple syrup, spinach, raw collard greens, corn.

So now , how do we get “Got Broccoli” ads in magazines??? 🙂

*Diet for a New America, by John Robbins
***:”Two new studies Sour Milk’s Image”
Thanks to Skinny B*tch

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