Is milk healthy?

So, what do you think, is milk healthy? I grew up on a dairy farm and of course all through school there were those Dairy and Beef propaganda posters on the wall marketing their health benefits.

I am so thankful that 28 years ago I began to delve into the more than 100 years of research that prove and milk and beef are not healthy.

And now, Canada has bucked it’s Dairy Council and proposed adding warning labels to products high in saturated fat, sodium, and sugars, which includes dairy products.

I am so excited that Canada has taken steps and moved closer to healthy nutrition. Unfortunately, they still label protein as a food group (it is not!).  I can only hope that the day when protein is recognized as a nutrient and is found in oat meal, peas, kale, beans, avocados, bananas ….

If you think you can’t live without your cheese, butter, ice cream, yogurt and milk, hypnosis help is here for you.

Kudos Health Canada! New Canada Food Guide Recommends More Plant-Based Foods for Health

2019 Canada Food guide is a huge step in the right direction. Here are some highlights of the New Canada Food Guide.

  1. There is much more emphasis on fruits, vegetables, whole grains and beans and less emphasis on meats and dairy products.
  2. Water has also been due importance as the drink of the choice.
  3. There was special emphasis on choosing the plant-based proteins (beans, lentils, nuts, etc) over the animal-based proteins (dairy and meats)
  4. Another notable thing was the focus on the whole grains and advice to limit processed foods and foods with salt and sugar.
  5. One more important highlight was mentioning of the limiting saturated fat (top contributors of saturated fat are dairy products, eggs and meat)
  6. It also stressed the importance of how to eat and not just what to eat “Healthy eating is more than foods you eat.”

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Is milk healthy? Canada’s new food guide says not necessarily

Canada has released a new food guide, and one thing is noticeably missing – a daily dose of dairy.

The guide does away with food groups entirely, and instead encourages people to eat a variety of unprocessed foods.

Canada’s food guide provides Canadians with nutritional advice for optimal health.

The latest edition does away with many standard elements, like food groups, serving sizes and the recommendation that 100% fruit juice can substitute whole fruits.

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BBC News

Canada Just Dropped Dairy From Its 2019 Nutrition Guide

Health Canada’s 2019 food guide sees some major changes from the 2017 version, with dairy almost scrapped entirely and a bigger focus on plant-based food.

Consuming dairy is linked with a wide range of health problems, most commonly lactose intolerance, which affects 65 percent of the world’s population. Dairy is also linked to high cholesterol and high blood pressure and studies have suggested that consuming it regularly puts people at a higher risk of developing cancer and diabetes. Across the nation, plant-based options have steadily been becoming more mainstream – even Tim Hortons, Canada’s largest quick-service chain, began offering soy milk in December 2014.

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