Dr Shinya says this about MILK:
MILK CAUSES INFLAMMATION
The first time I learned how bad milk is for the body was more than 35 years ago, when my own children developed atopic dermatitisâ€™ at six or seven months of age.
The childrenâ€™s mother followed the pediatricianâ€™s instructions, but no matter how much treatment they received, the childrenâ€™s dermatitis did not improve at all. Then, at around age three or four, my son began having severe diarrhea. And finally, he even started getting blood in his stool. Upon examination with an endoscope, I discovered that the toddler manifested early stages of ulcerative colitis.
Knowing ulcerative colitis is closely linked to oneâ€™s diet, I focused on what kind of food the children usually ate. As it turned out, just when the children began developing atopic dermatitis, my wife had stopped breastfeeding and had started giving them milk under the pediatricianâ€™s advice. We eliminated all milk and milk products from the childrenâ€™s diet from that point on. Sure enough, the bloody stool and diarrhea, even the atopic dermatitis, completely subsided.
Following that experience, I began obtaining an itemized list of how much milk and milk products were consumed when I asked my patients about their dietary history. According to my clinical data, there is a high likelihood of developing a predisposition to allergies by consuming milk and milk products. This correlates with recent allergy studies that report that when pregnant women drink milk, their children are more prone to develop atopic dermatitis.
During the past 30 years in Japan, the number of patients with atopic dermatitis and hay fever has increased at an astonishing rate. That number may currently be as much as one out of every five people. There are many theories as to why there has been such a rapid increase in the number of people with allergies, but I believe the number one cause is the introduction of milk in school lunches in the early 1960s.
I read it in Shinya's book and then found it on this website:http://www.health-matrix.net/2010/06/05 ... s-so-evil/