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Milk A-Z Hardcover – July, 2001
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For those unfamiliar with the huge and undeniable body of evidence against cow's milk, I hope this book to be an eye-opener that leads its readers to further research the topic for themselves. Every statement in this book is followed by a solid reference; mostly science journal references. Being only an overview, the volume of references in "Milk A - Z" touches only the tip of the iceberg.
For those familiar with the mound of studies about milk's dangers, this book is a great overview, and brings up at least a few new points to nearly any health conscious reader. Because the evidence and number of studies against milk are so overwhelming, I've found it difficult to even begin to recall or portray all of the allegations to those uneducated. "Milk A - Z" will be a great book to have on hand for every friend or patient I attempt to begin educating about milk's dangers. My husband and I both plan to keep a copy out in open view on our desks at work to open the eyes of all lookyloos.
"A - Z" even has a fun quiz at the end. I'm going to give a copy of this book to my child's school. They've already been resistant to my bringing in science journal studies to refute the milk propaganda they give my kid annually. I wonder whether they'll shelf this book?
Linda Folden Palmer, DC
Author "Baby Matters, What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Caring for Your Baby."
Thank you, thank you, thank you Robert for raising awareness of these connections between dairy and health. Of course there should be follow up research, but part of the problem is money, part of it is that allopathic docs are not trained in nutrition (and let's not confuse dietetics and food pyramids with true nutrition). In the meantime, we have to think for ourselves, and this is a wonderful jumping off point for doing just that. Medical library, here I come!
My main complaint is that I was left wanting for more. There is certainly material here for a more extensive book, and Milk the Deadly Poison lacks continuity and flow and gets wrapped up in issues of litigation, etc. More depth of exploration of various health issues and the way dairy is intertwined into our culture would make a fascinating read.
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Learned a lot, made life style changes and feel so much better, healthier as a result!Published 6 days ago by synergy58
Very interesting and eyeopening! Everybody should read this!Published 20 months ago by Judy A. Hallingstad
In Robert Cohen's A-Z book a grain of truth balloons into fantasy. This book is inaccurate and full of junk science. It is nothing more than conspiracy theories and paranoia. Mr. Read morePublished on July 8, 2011 by MIKERUTH
An excellent concise presentation of milk facts citing dozens of peer-reviewed medical journals, designed to raise awareness and educate the masses, helping them to see through the... Read morePublished on June 8, 2011 by Randman
Robert Cohen fills this book with so much tin-foil hat, conspiracy logic that it is almost entertaining to read. Read morePublished on May 6, 2010 by LTX