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mardi 22 décembre 2015

PARKINSON ET LES LAITAGES CE SONT LES PESTICIDES DANS LE LAIT QUI SONT TOXIQUES

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 SI VOUS NE POUVEZ PAS DEVENIR VEGAN..LIMITEZ  AU MOINS VOTRE CONSOMMATION POUR VOTRE SANTE

Drinking milk will keep you strong, right? Not so fast. While there is some debate as to whether dairy is inflammatory in the body, that may not be the biggest issue. It’s the ingredients that are unlisted that you may want to worry about.
It turns out that Parkinson’s, a degeneration of motor neurons in the brain, may be more diet-related than previously thought. In fact, a recent study published in Neurology suggests a significant correlation between pesticide-contaminated milk consumption and neurodegeneration. The research has shown that pesticides in our food supply — milk particularly — may accumulate in the brain, and over time, lead to Parkinson’s.
By investigating a Hawaiian mishap from the 1980s, these researchers have come very close to connecting a certain pesticide — in the class of pesticides known as organochlorines — to the thinning of nerve networks that signals compromised brain function. The team studied 449 brains of Japanese-American men who had agreed to participate in a heart disease study at the time and donated their organs to research once they passed. They provided detailed dietary information, including how much milk they consumed, throughout the span of mid-life to death. When researchers looked over and processed this data, it became clear that those who drank more than 2 glasses a day (16 ounces) of milk had more network thinning as well as pesticide accumulation than those who consumed less milk.
It should be known that, although researchers have no milk samples from the 80s, there was a widespread incident at that time in which cows were being fed a meal that contained parts of pineapples high in pesticides. It was well-documented that the cow’s milk was contaminated with residue of organochloride pesticides — specifically heptachlor epoxide, which is highly toxic and no longer used, according to the EPA. However, organochlorine pesticides continue to be found in quantities in human breast milk, as well as fat tissue.
With this new research, no one is saying to ditch dairy completely — the world practically runs on cheese. However, for those of you who are able to consume dairy, a quality organic brand is certainly the best choice. While pesticides persist in the soil decades after they’re applied and are nearly ubiquitous in our general food supply, limiting your overall pesticide exposure is a good step to take towards a healthier life.