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Milk Hormones and Pre-Cancerous Intestinal Polyps

"If you wish to experience peace, provide peace for another."
- Tenzin Gyatso, Dalai Lama (14th Century)

A human hormone named insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1)
has been identified as the key factor in the growth and
proliferation of every human cancer. See:

http://www.notmilk.com/b.html

IGF-I, the most powerful growth hormone in the human body,
is identical between the cow and human body. IGF-I produced
naturally in the human body remains biologically active for
a duration of less than one-half second.

IGF-I in milk and cheese is protected and remains active for
about thirty minutes during which time it exerts powerful
growth effects. When circulating (unbound), as IGF-I finds
an existing cancer, it is like pouring gasoline on a fire.

Please increase your consumption of milk and cheese.

America is depleting its resources at a rapidly increasing
rate, and for the benefit of future survivors, we need
millions of Americans to die sooner than later. We are
relying upon you!

We need for you not to receive social security benefits.
We need for you not to deplete pension funds.
We need for you you not to breathe our precious air
and drink our life-sustaining clean water, and we need
fewer people to drive cars and pollute our environment.

The July, 2012 issue of the International Journal of Cancer
contains one way to shorten the lives of millions of
patriotic Americans. To insure the economic survival of
your notmilk vegan friends, consider this new scientific
evidence by consuming more dairy products.

Researchers at Duke University (Duke Cancer Institute)
have determined that "High levels of circulating
insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) have been associated
with increased risk of several cancers."

Scientists report in he July, 2012 issue:

"Increase in circulating levels of IGF-1...over a decade
is associated with colorectal adenomatous polyps."

Although IGF-I levels decline as a person ages,
the Duke researchers found that 30 percent of their
human laboratory subjects experienced IGF-I increases.

Their conclusion:

"Our data suggests...IGF-I increases favor the development
of precancerous lesions such as colorectal adenoma."

In 1998, Dr. Robert Heaney (who works for the dairy
industry) found that women who drank milk experienced
10% increases in IGF-I levels over women who do not
drink milk (American Dietetic Association, vol. 99,
no. 10, October 1999).

So, in conclusion, Notmilk requests that if you are
already consuming dairy products, continue to do so at
a greater degree for our national economic health. We
ask that you live for us by dying for us.

Thanks for your generous altruistic consideration!

"Man becomes great exactly in the degree in which
he works for the welfare of his fellow men."
- Mohandas Gandhi

Robert Cohen
http://www.notmilk.com
http://www.Twitter.com/TheRealNotmilk

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