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4 Reasons You Should Never Drink A1 Cow Milk – A1 Milk Side Effects

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A1 vs A2 Milk in India

Milk is an excellent source of Protein and Calcium. Milk is considered as an excellent nutritional supplement for health. But, you must know the truth behind the types of milk and their health effects. People are not aware of about A1 and A2 milk. The A1 milk that we drink today is a threat to the entire nation. This article focuses on creating awareness on health effects caused by the A1 type of Milk produced by European breed cows.
A1 Milk: British shorthorn, Ayrshire and Holstein are the breeds of cows those originated in Europe. Milk from these breeds of cows is rich in A1 beta casein. European origin cattle alone produces A1 beta-casein. High levels of cattle those produce A1 beta-casein are the parts of Northern Europe. All ordinary milk has a mixture of A1 and A2 milk proteins which is harmful to human body.
A2 Milk: A2 is a kind of protein which is present in the milk produced by Indian desi cows. Asian and African cattle produces A2 milk. Indian cows, goats, sheep, camels and yaks produce A2 type milk.

A1 Milk Side Effects

Now we will discuss 4 major reasons you should never drink A1 milk produced by Foreign breeds of cows.

Reason 1: Negative effects on the Digestive system by A1 Milk
A1 type protein causes indigestion of milk in the stomach. The digestive issue, stomach pain and respiratory problems are the symptoms caused by the consumption of A1 milk. A1 beta casein in A1 milk slows down the transit of food through the digestive system. Some studies revealed that A1 milk is related to diabetes and autism among young children.

Reason 2: Risk of Type 1 diabetes by A1 Milk
A detailed research performed by Woodford (2008) identified a direct relation between A1 milk and Type 1 diabetes. Less Insulin in the body is a reason for Type 1 diabetes. This type of diabetes is majorly diagnosed in children. The increase in type 1 diabetes is caused due to the consumption of A1 milk during childhood.

Reason 3: Risk of heart diseases by A1 Milk
Fat build up in injured blood vessels is caused by A1 beta casein. Heart diseases are caused by fat accumulation in blood vessels. A1 type milk also negatively affects blood vessel function and blood pressure rate.

Reason 4: Death of Infants by A1 Milk
SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndromes) is a major case of death among healthy babies in developed countries. The studies identified that consumption of A1 milk during childhood could be a reason for SIDS. The studies also identified that babies and lactating mothers are also affected by A1 beta casein which rich in milk produced by Europen breed cows.

Where to get A2 milk
The white revolution in India contaminated our A2 milk production from Indian desi cows by introducing foreign breeds of cows in India. However, still our Indian breeds of cows are producing healthy A2 milk in many places in Indian villages. Only Indian and some Asian Cow breeds are producing A2 milk. But, many Indian milk manufacturers produce A1 milk through European cow breeds such as Jersey. Thus, you can get A2 milk from Individual milk producers who produce milk from Indian desi cows in villages and your nearby areas.
Now you have the responsibility to differentiate and buy milk and milk products produced by Indian desi cows. Your initiative may help to bring diabetes free healthy future generations. Avoid A1 milk and A1 milk products produced by foreign cow breeds.

References:
Chatterjee, B. and Patel, T. (2015). A2 milk: The Healthier Choice but Unaware, ARC Journal of Nutrition and Growth (AJNG), 1(1), 29-33
Woodford, K. (2008). A1 Beta-casein, Type 1 Diabetes and Links to other Modern Illnesses, Woodford paper to IDF Congress April 2008

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Pepsi, Coca Cola for Cleaning Toilet

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Pepsi Coca Cola for cleaning toilet

This video shows the use of Pepsi & Coca cola for cleaning toilet. We all aware that Pepsi and Coca-Cola are not Good for health. We already published an article “15 Reasons You Should Never Drink Soft Drinks – Coke, Pepsi Health Effects“. However, still, many of us drink Coke, Pepsi, and its other brand beverages. Pepsi & Coke may bad for health, but they act as good cleaning liquids. A YouTube Channel posted a video of the use of Pepsi & Coca cola for cleaning toilet (watch timestamp 08:59), including bathroom and rust cleaning. If you search the Internet, many people have shared their experience of using Coke for Cleaning toilet and other rust. Must watch and try video 😉
Video courtesy: 5-Minute Crafts

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Fake Pesticides in Indian Agriculture – More Hazardous to Human Health than Expected

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Fake Pesticides India

Pesticides are toxins to humans when they are not used properly by farmers. Pesticides may raise the productivity of agricultural products, but does not support healthy living. Many farmers overuse pesticides in developing countries like India. This over usage without enough knowledge on the effects of these pesticides increases the risks of personal health, social health and environment health. The effects of pesticides used in agriculture would increase when the farmers use them without appropriate supervision or understanding the usage. The agricultural products can be contaminated by these hazardous chemicals. Usage of pesticides is also an important factor for various diseases from foodborne diseases to Cancer in India and other developing countries.

Foodborne Disease

Food Poisoning is the colloquial reference given for Foodborne disease or Foodborne disease. Any kind of illness resulted from contaminated food by chemicals, viruses, bacteria and other types of natural toxins such as various species of beans and poisonous mushrooms are referred as foodborne disease.

As we all aware that usage of pesticides affects human health. We have another shocking report of pesticides used in India. Reuters reported that up to 30% of the pesticides used in India are fake pesticides. These may even more dangerous to human health, crops and the environment. These pesticides resemble similar to original pesticides, made secretly with the same names of original pesticides. The average value of pesticides business in India is $4 billion. The report is also mentioned that the growth of fake pesticides in India is 20%. These fake pesticides not only affect human health and environment, but also affect our food production and economy. Over 10 million tonnes, India loses 4% of food output every year due to the increase of fake pesticides. It is not just a matter of news; it is a matter of food security.

WHO (World Health Organisation) recommends locally produced or Organic food for food safety. Less or no usage of pesticides in agriculture offers more personal and environmental benefits by locally produced or organic foods. However, it is usual that the cost of organic food is high when compared to non-organic foods. Thus, most of the Indian families could not afford this for their daily consumption. So, How to reduce the effects of pesticides at least to a minimum extent? We have answers from World Health Organisation.

How to reduce consumption of pesticides from Non-Organic Foods?

World Health Organisation offers some simple ways to reduce indirect pesticide intake from foods that are produced with the influence of pesticides. You can take these precautions to reduce the effects of pesticides from the common agricultural products.

  • Scrub the vegetables and fruits after rinsing thoroughly. If appropriate, peel them.
  • The outer leaves could be removed from the leafy vegetables like cabbage and cauliflower.
  • Chemicals might have significantly retained in the fat from fish, poultry and meat. Thus, trim fat from these foods before food preparation.

And now, the time for question. Will you take the risk of consuming non-organic food products?

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15 Reasons You Should Never Drink Soft Drinks – Coke, Pepsi Health Effects

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Coke Pepsi Side Effects

Are you consuming Pepsi / Coke or carbonated soft drinks regularly? Here are some strong reasons you should never drink these soft drinks. Between 1970 and 1997, the consumption of carbonated soft drinks was increased to 86%. The relation between the consumption of energy drink and health effects is considered by many health researches. The strong reasons for avoiding carbonated soft drinks are provided in this article.

  1. Major Contributor to Obesity

A strong association between increased energy consumption and obesity is found in many researches. An important contributor to obesity is soft drink. Children and adults are majorly affected by overweight due to soft drink consumption. Soft drinks have been banned and limited by many schools in USA, UK and France.

  1. Contributor to Diabetes

Consumption of soft drinks leads to energy overconsumption which is a significant contributor to diabetes. Studies identified that sugar-sweetened soft drinks are the major cause for type 2 diabetes. Another study has identified a strong relation between soft drinks and physiological abnormalities and type 2 diabetes.

  1. Contributor to Cardio Vascular Diseases / Heart Attacks

The risk factors for metabolic syndrome, which includes Cardio Vascular Diseases are increased by Soft drink consumption.

  1. Causes Calcium Deficiency and Reduces Bone Mineral Density

Excess intake of energy from soft drinks is highly associated with lower intake of healthy foods. Consumption of soft drinks displaces the sources of calcium like milk. Reduced bone mineral density and calcium deficiency are the effects of soft drink consumption. Increase of soft drink consumption also increases the possibilities for bone fracture.

  1. Associated with Kidney Stones

A positive relation was found between soft drink consumption and kidney stone. Studies identified that soft drink consumption controls the intake of potassium and calcium. Consuming little calcium in food or less calcium intake causes formation of kidney stone.

  1. Tooth Decay / Cavities

Studies identified that there is a strong association between carbonated soft drinks and dental caries. However, the positive association was not identified between diet soft drinks and dental caries.

  1. Increase Blood Pressure

Both diastolic and systolic blood pressure are caused by over consumption of sucrose-sweetened soft drinks and beverages. An experimental study also found the relation between the consumption of caffeinated soft drink and systolic blood pressure.

  1. Associated with Decreased intake of Protein

Decreased intake of protein in a human body is associated with carbonated soft drink consumption. Moreover, soft drink consumption is also associated with decreased intake of fruits and other nutrients.

  1. Associated with Liver damage

Long-term consumption of soft drinks increases risks for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease based on a social research.

  1. Linked to DNA ageing and cell Damage

A study identified that consumption of 350ml carbonated soft drink causes DNA change which changes cells 4.6 years older. Regular consumption of soft drinks results in accelerated DNA ageing.

  1. Effect on Fertility

Another study identified that cola based soft drinks may cause semen quality, menstrual disorders, ovulatory and pregnancy miscarriages.

  1. Effect on Pregnancy

Soft drink consumption may lead to fetal arrhythmias (increase or abnormal heartbeat) during pregnancy. The risk of low birth weight (LBW) is another effect of soft drink intake during pregnancy.

  1. Increased risk of Asthma

Increased risk of asthma is caused by regular consumption of carbonated soft drinks.

  1. Sleep Disorder

High caffeine in soft drinks increases possibilities for sleep disorder. However, consumption of caffeine may not create significant health hazards to individuals.

  1. Mental health effects and Depression

A recent study identified that there is an association between soft drink consumption of mental health. The study identified that adults who drink soft drinks are facing depressive symptoms.

 

So, It’s time to Quit Carbonated Soft Drinks

 

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Forshee, R.A. and Storey, M.L. (2004). Evaluation of the association of demographics and beverage consumption with dental caries, Food Chem Toxicol, 42(11), 1805-16.

Imai, A., Ichigo, S., Takagi, H., Matsunami, K., Suzuki, N. amd Yamamoto, A. (2010). Effects of cola intake on fertility: a review, Health Journal, 2(9), 997-1001

Raben, A., Vasilaras, T.H., Møller, A.C. and Astrup, A. (2002). Sucrose compared with artificial sweeteners: different effects on ad libitum food intake and body weight after 10 wk of supplementation in overweight subjects, American Journal of Public Health, 76(4), 721-9.

Shi, Z., Grande, E., Taylor, A.W., Gill, T.K., Adams, R., Wittert, G.A. (2012). Association between soft drink consumption and asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease among adults in Australia. Respirology, 17(2), 363-9

Vartanian, L. R., Schwartz, M. B., and Brownell, K. D. (2007). Effects of Soft Drink Consumption on Nutrition and Health: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis, American Journal of Public Health, 97 (4), 667-675

Yoo, S., Nicklas, T., Baranowski, T., Zakeri, I.F., Yang, S.J., Srinivasan, S.R., Berenson, G.S. (2004). Comparison of dietary intakes associated with metabolic syndrome risk factors in young adults: the Bogalusa Heart Study. American Journal of Public Health, 80(4), 841-8.

Yu, B., He, H. and Zhang, Q. (2014). Soft drink consumption is associated with depressive symptoms among adults in China, Journal of Affect Disorder, 172, 422-427

Zelber-Sagi, S., Nitzan-Kaluski, D., Goldsmith, R., Webb, M., Blendis, L., Halpern, Z. and Oren, R. (2007). Long term nutritional intake and the risk for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Journal of Hepatol. 47(5), 711-7.

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