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Thursday, January 11, 2007

Hold the Milk

For Vascular Benefit of Black Tea, Hold the Milk

Black tea's purported cardiovascular benefits are blunted when milk, even skimmed milk, is mixed into the brew, found researchers here.

Researchers suspect that it may be the casein proteins in milk. Read my previous post on Dr. Loren Cordain's milk article to see more on why milk isn't an essential part of the human diet. In fact, if you're over the age of 3, milk shouldn't touch your lips, especially milk from another species. Milk is for hormone delivery to a baby, passing on immune complexes and perfect doses of essential fatty acids, proteins, and carbohydrates. Unfortunately, cow milk is designed for baby cows, not humans. So a diet high in milk is also a diet high in the perfect dietary needs of baby cows.