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Old 07-23-2006, 12:12 AM
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Default Skim milk more fattening than whole milk!

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"Skimming" the Fat

By Jon Herring

Millions of people drink skim milk to help keep their weight
down. But new evidence has shown that skim milk - not, as
you may expect, full-fat milk - actually makes you gain weight.

That's the result of a recent Harvard study of 12,829 children
ages 9 to 14 published in the Archives of Pediatrics and
Adolescent Medicine. And it shocked the medical
establishment.

But farmers weren't surprised. When they want to fatten a pig,
they feed it skim milk. Here's why: Removing the milk fat
(cream) leaves only the milk sugar (lactose) ... and an
unbalanced, sugary drink that leads to weight gain.

Your best bet? Stick to raw, unpasteurized milk. It's pure,
natural, and loaded with the nutrients your body needs.
From the July 21 issue of "Early To Rise" Newsletter
http://www.earlytorise.com/archive/html/072106-2.html

Gerry
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Old 07-23-2006, 04:29 AM
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Default Skim Milk!

My daughter w'be greatly disappointed, as she's bought
Skim for her family for years.

Not me! I never liked it's Gray look. Blah!!!!
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Originally Posted by bifrost99
Quote:
"Skimming" the Fat

By Jon Herring

Millions of people drink skim milk to help keep their weight
down. But new evidence has shown that skim milk - not, as
you may expect, full-fat milk - actually makes you gain weight.

That's the result of a recent Harvard study of 12,829 children
ages 9 to 14 published in the Archives of Pediatrics and
Adolescent Medicine. And it shocked the medical
establishment.

But farmers weren't surprised. When they want to fatten a pig,
they feed it skim milk. Here's why: Removing the milk fat
(cream) leaves only the milk sugar (lactose) ... and an
unbalanced, sugary drink that leads to weight gain.


Your best bet? Stick to raw, unpasteurized milk. It's pure,
natural, and loaded with the nutrients your body needs.
From the July 21 issue of "Early To Rise" Newsletter
http://www.earlytorise.com/archive/html/072106-2.html Gerry
This logic is perfect.

How come the mainstream medicals cannot get this?

Fat don't make you fat!
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