Absolute connection between milk consumption and heart disease
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Notmilk.com
July 2017

I could not have been more shocked had I done the same (or sticking my finger in a light socket) by reading this headline in the July 15, 2017 issue of the 'International Journal of Cardiology':

"Limit the Uptake of Milk by Young People: A Method to Prevent the Occurrence of Heart Failure"

Cardiologists revealed four highlights from their study which indicated an increasing incidence of heart failure in younger patients:

  1. Milk consumption leads to TMAO production.
  2. TMAO plays a pathogenic role in heart failure.
  3. Excessive uptake of milk is a risk factor of heart failure in young people.
  4. The Uptake of milk should be limited to avoid heart
    failure in young people.

TMAO is Trimethylamine N-Oxide, a fishy odor often detected in people's breath, sweat, and urine. TMAO has been linked previously to heart disease.

TMAO is the reason the Japanese people once referred to Americans as "the Butter People" for the rancid and offensive smell coming from our breath and skin.

On July 05, 2017, the journal "American Cell and Respiratory Biology" reported that TMAO helped to accelerate atherosclerosis, also known as 'hardening of the arteries' which is the leading cause of heart attacks, stroke, and peripheral vascular disease.

This one was a gift. I never thought I'd see the absolute connection between milk consumption and heart disease appear in a cardiovascular journal. You could have blown me over with a feather.


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