Monday, October 24, 2005

Dairy milk and dioxins

Linda Fitzpatrick (Rest Havens, Hilltown, Carrigaline, Co Cork, UK)  writes that 'cows’ milk is ideal for assessing dioxin and dioxin-like pollutant levels because these compounds adhere to fat and, in the case of cows, are transferred to and eliminated in the milk of the lactating animal.'  In my book The Milk Imperative I give evidence showing how dioxins get into the human body when dairy milk is consumed, and how this leads to serious disease.

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