Calcium in cow’s milk leads to brittle bones

I cannot think of one redeeming feature of cow’s milk. The milk carbohydrates, lactose and galactose, cause abdominal discomfort and “intolerance”, the milk protein, casein, is acidic with a pH= 6.7, therefore causing bone loss as our bodies to neutralize acidity by eroding our bone matrix, while the milk fat is saturated and fosters plaque buildup within our small heart arteries.  I just cannot think of a worse food source, one that certainly is linked to heart disease.

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