Harvard Scientist Urges people to Stop Drinking “Low-Fat” Milk Immediately


According to Harvard specialist and pediatrician, drinking natural, raw milk has many health benefits; on the other hand, dairy products and customary milk can be very unhealthy because of the health-compromising sweeteners.
In his exploration, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Pediatrics, David Ludwig explained that there are many research studies that have been done to identify all the harmful effects of artificial sweeteners.

Sugar overconsumption can lead to many serious health conditions such as, diabetes, weight gain, unstable intestines and others.
Moreover, the Department of Agriculture of the United States, the American Academy of Pediatrics and other associations, are also against the use of sugary beverages.
On the other hand, they continue to advance the use of low-fat milk, where the association suggests drinking 3 glasses a day. Ludwig cannot find the logical reason for those proposals.
“This recommendation to drink three cups a day of milk is perhaps the most prevailing advice given to the American public about diet in the last century. As a result, Americans are consuming billions of gallons of milk a year, presumably under the assumption that their bones would crumble without them,” says David Ludwig.
USDA`s prescriptions for drinking low-fat milk incautiously encourages the use of sugars contained in it. The studies against artificial sweeteners are usually preoccupied with sugary drinks, sodas, and artificially sweetened juices, but they rarely discuss low-fat milk.

The recommendation of drinking low-fat milk or chocolate milk counteracts the entire thinking for the proposal. The fats are substituted with harmful sugars.
“The worst possible situation is reduced-fat chocolate milk: you take out the fat, it`s less tasty. So to get kids to drink 3 cups a day. You get this sugar-sweetened beverage,” Ludwig says”…we can get plenty of calcium from a whole range of foods. On a gram for gram basis, cooked kale has more calcium than milk. Sardines, nuts, seeds, beans, and green leafy vegetables are all sources of calcium.”

The Case Against Low-Fat Dairy, and The Other Dangers of Milk
Even though David Ludwig`s claims are well-grounded, still there is a debate about full-fat versus low-fat milk use.
There is a well-founded reason to keep a distance from specific types of fats, such as trans-fats and refined polyunsaturated fats in vegetable oils (like corn, sunflower, canola, and soy). However, the proof for the controlled use of immersed fat found in milk, coconut oil, and grass-nourished creatures is rising up to the top.
Even though immersed fat was condemned for a long period, a 2010 examination published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition figured out that “there is no significant evidence for concluding that dietary saturated fat is associated with an increased risk of coronary heart disease or cardiovascular disease.”
Furthermore, drinking natural, raw, and grass-fed originating milk is found to be beneficial for heart health, diabetes control, help in vitamin ingestion, decreases risk of disease, and even support weight loss.


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