CIFSRF Session 2: Nutrition and health Why you should avoid dairy products 1 day ago   37:05

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A sustainable shift towards nutrition-sensitive agriculture and food systems promotes healthy diets and contributes to tackling the intergenerational cycle of malnutrition among children, adolescent girls, and women. CIFSRF projects used multiple pathways to scale up nutrition impacts. This session will highlight the research findings and development outcomes from these projects, and it will identify lessons and applications that facilitate the consumption of nutritious foods among women, girls, and young children.

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Why you should avoid dairy products CIFSRF Session 2: Nutrition and health 1 day ago   28:26

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In this Go Vegan Radio interview, Dr Vaidya Priyanka (from a 700-year lineage of ayurvedic women healers from India) discusses the dangers of dairy consumption and offers valuable health tips.

She advises listeners to "completely give up milk and dairy products from your diet."

Listen to this interview to find out about the health problems associated with dairy products, including breast cancer, colon cancer, asthma, osteoporosis, arthritis, bronchitis, emphysema and diabetes.

Consuming milk and other dairy products has also been linked to damage to the immune system, increased mucus, high cholesterol, constipation, diarrhea, ear infections and autism.

For your health, please consider eliminating dairy products from your diet. Go vegan today.

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This interview by Bob Linden was originally broadcast on the 8th May 2011 edition of Go Vegan Radio. To listen to the show in full, visit http://www.goveganradio.com/veg/1003/Listen_to_Past_Shows.htm

Thank you to Go Vegan Radio for permission to reproduce this interview.

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