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28 May 2008

Milk is a maternal lactating secretion, a short term nutrient for newborns - nothing more, nothing less.

Nursing is provided by nature only for the very youngest of mammals. Of course, it is not possible for animals living in a natural state to continue with the drinking of milk after weaning.

* SOURCE:
  Robert M. Kradjian, MD, Breast Surgery Chief Division of General Surgery, Seton Medical Centre, Daly City, CA

* LEARN MORE:
  Breast Cancer Truths and Dairy Lies - Article
  Problems with Milk - Article Series
  Lactose Intolerance - Article Series
  Vegan Alternatives for Milk

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