And the list goes on and on.
Organic Baby Food
Milk is a very, very huge industry and the big wigs of these conglomerates do not want to disturb this. Milk is big business. Cow's milk is promoted as the "perfect food" for humans, and especially for our children. They will do anything to say milk help their little bones to grow big and strong, very high in protein and calcium; children need this most of all, and yes even go as far as saying that cow’s milk can be better than breast milk. THEY CAN’T BE MORE WRONG!!
Cow's milk is more American than apple pie, but that's because apple pie doesn't have Congressional lobbyists and a multi-million dollar advertising budget. More than 60 of the most powerful Congressional leaders in Washington receive campaign contributions from the National Dairy Council.
A baby corporation has even gone to extend and advertise that their product has enzymes or protein that is similar to breast milk. No way, no one can duplicate mother’s breast milk, especially for each individual whose unique ingredients in each one of us is good for our own children.
These advertisements has put such a strong emphasis on the health of our childrenthat some people view milk commercials as more of a public service announcement than an attempt to sell a product. These ads have told us "Milk is a Natural," "Everybody Needs Milk," "Milk is the Perfect Food," etc. This advertising has served its purpose well because the average American consumes 375 pounds of dairy products a year. One out of every seven dollars spent on groceries in the U.S. goes to buy dairy products.
Despite what the dairy industry has led us to believe, many medical doctors and nutritionists are now saying that cow's milk is not healthy for human consumption, and that it can lead to many serious diseases. When you look at the credentials of the doctors making these statements, it would be hard for the dairy industry to accuse these physicians of being on the lunatic fringe of the medical world.
Frank Oski, M.D., author of
"Don't Drink Your Milk!"
is the Director of the Department of Pediatrics of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Physician-in-Chief of the Johns Hopkins Children's Center. He is the author, co-author, editor or co-editor of 19 medical textbooks and has written 290 medical manuscripts.
In the first chapter of his book, Dr. Oski states, "The fact is: the drinking of cow milk has been linked to iron-deficiency anemia in infants and children; it has been named as the cause of cramps and diarrhea in much of the world's population, and the cause of multiple forms of allergy as well.
Another outspoken critic of cow's milk is Dr. William Ellis, a retired osteopathic physician and surgeon in Arlington, Texas, who has researched the effects of dairy products for 42 years. Dr. Ellis says dairy products are "simply no good for humans...
When Washington D.C.-based pediatrician Dr. Russell Bunai was asked what single change in the American diet would produce the greatest health benefit, his answer was, "Eliminating dairy products."
Solution to this problem – Don’t BUY MILK or any Dairy Products that uses Milk.
Give your baby the best – Breast Milk and than move on to Organic Products.
See Organic Milk, Cow’s Milk. See also Organic Beverages
Earth Mama Baby Angel Website
they have a wonderful Organic Tea to help slow or stop the production of breast milk, if you need to go back to work or wish to stop breast milk. Remember though, make sure you have at least 6 months of breastfeeding for your baby. Search for: "No More Milk" on their website.
Here is a great
Ice Trays for Breast Milk
and here is a
Starter Baby Kit
for new Mothers.
Also, here are some tips on
From Breast Milk to Organic Homepage