Milk and childhood obesity
It’s not news that there is a direct and well-established correlation between milk and childhood obesity. Research also shows that breastfed babies are better protected against obesity later in life for as much as 30 years than those who are fed formula.
Healthy children are raised on mother’s milk, whole grains, vegetables, fruit and water. It has been proven throughout the history of human existence that a whole-food, plant-based lifestyle is the healthiest way to live.
I grew up on a dairy farm and my family is very much about dairy and meat. Twenty-five years ago when I weighed 260 pounds, I never would have thought of not eating meat, cheese, butter and ice cream. I also had high blood pressure and was borderline diabetic.
Weight loss hypnosis changed my life. Ending my my desire for the foods that made me fat and sick became incredibly easy. I lost weight and I’ve kept if off ever since.
With hypnosis for weight loss, it became really easy to enjoy the whole grains, vegetables and fruit that are satisfying, delicious and keeep me slender and healthy.
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I am passionate about ending childhood obesity. I grew up as a chubby kid and I know the mental and emotional pain. In most instances, childhood obesity can be prevented and reversed with a whole-food, plant-based lifestyle and exercise.
Ending childhood obesity is a family affair. When I work with young children for weight loss, I include the parents and siblings in the sessions. The whole family has to make healthy lifestyle changes.
If I can support you and your family in making the healthy lifestyle changes that help you to lose weight and keep it off, call or email me now and schedule your free weight loss hypnosis consultation.
Michael Greger M.D. FACLM, March 16th, 2017: “The perfect food for humans, finely tuned over millions of years, is human breast milk. Remarkably, among all mammalian species, the protein content of human milk is the lowest. The excessive protein content of cow’s milk-based formula is thought to be what may be what sets the child up for obesity later in life.
The head of the Obesity Prevention Center at Boston Children’s Hospital and the chair of Harvard’s nutrition department wrote an editorial recently to the AMA’s Pediatrics journal questioning the role of cow’s milk in human nutrition. They stated the obvious: humans have no requirement for other animal’s milk; in fact, dairy may play a role in certain cancers due to the high levels of reproductive hormones in the U.S. milk supply.”
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