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  • Critical Link Discovered Between Dietary Fat and the Spread of Cancer TOPICS:CancerNutritionObesity

    11/10/2021 9:43:43 AM PST · by Red Badger · 11 replies
    https://scitechdaily.com ^ | November 10, 2021 | By WORLDWIDE CANCER RESEARCH
    The study, published in the journal Nature and part-funded by the UK charity Worldwide Cancer Research, uncovers how palmitic acid alters the cancer genome, increasing the likelihood the cancer will spread. The researchers have started developing therapies that interrupt this process and say a clinical trial could start in the next couple of years. Metastasis – or the spread – of cancer remains the main cause of death in cancer patients and the vast majority of people with metastatic cancer can only be treated, but not cured. Fatty acids are the building blocks of fat in our body and the...
  • Environmental Activist Says Cheese is Racist, Dairy Shouldn’t Be Served in Schools

    04/14/2021 9:55:31 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 107 replies
    https://summit.news ^ | Published 1 min ago on 14 April, 2021 | Paul Joseph Watson
    Because some black people are lactose intolerant. An environmental activist is petitioning her local council to remove cheese and other dairy products from the school menu because she claims the food items are “racist.” Yes, really. Extinction rebellion member Alison Plaumer told local officials at a Brighton and Hove City Council meeting that dairy is racist because black people are more likely to be lactose intolerant. “Arguably, there is a racist element to serving dairy too much because 65 per cent of the world’s population are lactose intolerant, many from the BAME (black, Asian and minority ethnic) community,” said Plaumer....
  • Italian humor

    02/20/2021 12:35:31 PM PST · by sodpoodle · 20 replies
    email from friend | 2/20/2021 | unknown
    The only cow in a very small town in Northern Italy stopped giving milk. The town elders heard that they could buy a cow in Sicily quite cheap so they brought a cow over from Sicily. The cow was absolutely wonderful. It produced lots of milk every day and everyone was happy. They bought a bull to mate with the cow to get more cows, so they'd never have to worry about their milk supply again. They put the bull in the pasture with the cow but whenever the bull tried to mount the cow, the cow would move away....
  • From Dairy Country To Green Bay, Trump Radically Changed Wisconsin Politics. Can He Do It Again?

    10/12/2020 8:28:18 AM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 5 replies
    thefederalist ^ | 10/12/2020 | Chris Bedford and John Daniel Davidson
    EASTERN WISCONSIN — Rural Wisconsin is crossed with state highways, but you might not recognize them. Two-lane country roads dotted with red barns, granaries, and farmhouses, where passing is nearly always permitted if you feel the urge to tear around the loaded semis and tankers that rule these parts. Shiloh Dairy is nowhere near the freeway, but Route 10 will take you within a stone’s throw. Nestled into the rolling countryside of Wisconsin, 25 miles west of Lake Michigan and the same south of Green Bay, Gordon Speirs keeps more than 4,000 head of cattle here.
  • My Native American father drew the Land O’Lakes maiden. She was never a stereotype.

    04/29/2020 7:01:15 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 55 replies
    Washington Post ^ | April 29, 2020 at 2:56 PM EDT | Robert DesJarlait
    She was never a stereotype. That was my thought earlier this month when I heard that “Mia,” as the Land O’Lakes Native American maiden was known, had been taken off the butter box. She was gone, vanished, missing. I knew Mia had devolved into a stereotype in many people’s minds. But it was the stereotype some saw that bothered me. North Dakota state Rep. Ruth Buffalo (D), for instance, told the Pioneer Press in St. Paul, Minn., that the Land O’Lakes image of Mia went “hand-in-hand with human and sex trafficking of our women and girls … by depicting Native...
  • Cheese, please: Dairy officials working on oversupply issues

    04/21/2020 7:14:45 AM PDT · by SJackson · 48 replies
    The Country Today ^ | Apr 17, 2020 | Nate Jackson
    Pizzas could be getting a little heavier, if Dairy Management Inc. has its say in the matter. DMI CEO Tom Gallagher said the organization, which manages the national dairy checkoff on behalf of 35,000 farmers, is working with several pizza chains on adding 2 additional ounces of cheese to “as many pizzas as they’re able to put it on.” The effort is one of several initiatives DMI is working on to lessen impacts on farmers due to an oversupply of milk. “We’ve got to try a ton of different things, and hopefully they will help,” Gallagher said during an April...
  • Biden aide Symone Sanders jokes that she 'broke a nail' tackling protester ('Let Dairy Die')

    03/03/2020 9:57:18 PM PST · by yesthatjallen · 10 replies
    The Hill ^ | 03 03 2020 | Zack Budryk
    Symone Sanders, a senior adviser to former Vice President Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, quipped that she “broke a nail” fending off protesters who rushed the stage during Biden’s victory speech on Super Tuesday. During the event in California, anti-dairy protesters made their way onto Biden's stage before being forcibly removed by staffers including Sanders, a former CNN commentator who worked on Sen. Bernie Sanders's (I-Vt.) 2016 campaign. Footage of the incident quickly went viral online, with many praising Sanders for leaping into the fray. She also retweeted Biden traveling press secretary Remi Yamamoto, who said, “There’s no one I’d rather...
  • The Reason They Support Trump Isn't About Trump

    02/18/2020 3:55:27 AM PST · by Kaslin · 89 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | February 18, 2020 | Salena Zito
    WESTBY, Wisconsin -- Spend any time with people who supported presidential candidate Donald Trump in 2016 and you quickly find out that the reasons they voted for Trump had very little to do with him. It is likely one of the most misunderstood threads among this new conservative populist coalition. To get the real reasons for their support for Trump, you have to be where they are, have no preconceived ideas about who they are and have no prejudice for what you think their motivations are. Tom Schaub, Ralph Petersheim, Donna Leum, Kris Amundson and Ben Klinkner are all sitting...
  • Anti-dairy protesters interrupt Bernie rally in Nevada; Exhibitionistic women bare their mammaries while pouring liquid on themselves

    02/17/2020 7:16:24 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 37 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 02/17/2020 | Andrea Widburg
    While Bernie Sanders was speaking at a rally in Nevada, those watching the live feed saw a woman storm the stage and seize the microphone from his hands. She turned out to be an activist from Direct Action Everywhere, an animal liberation movement. After castigating Bernie for daring to support those American farmers who raise animals for milk and meat, the live feed cut off. That’s a shame because it was when the video cameras were gone that the fun really started. What you see watching the video is a young woman with long black hair and scarlet lipstick jumping...
  • Vegans protest Starbucks over ‘insane’ policies: ‘Everyone should be intolerant of cruelty'

    02/08/2020 2:36:14 AM PST · by Libloather · 35 replies
    Yahoo ^ | 2/07/20 | Dillon Thompson
    Vegans across the country are protesting Starbucks for its "insane" institution of a "vegan tax" against non-dairy drinkers. The controversy, which stems from the fact that the coffee chain typically charges extra for plant-based milk options, has led to sit-ins at Starbucks locations nationwide, Insider reported. PETA, the animal rights group, has organized many of the protests, which have taken place in cities such as San Diego, Queens, N.Y., and Meriden Township, Minn., as well as outside the home of the company’s CEO, Kevin Johnson. **SNIP** The protests began in December 2019, when PETA announced it was purchasing shares of...
  • Wisconsin dairy farmers suffer massive blow thanks to Trump's trade war

    01/11/2020 5:54:01 PM PST · by Fawn · 116 replies
    americanindependent.com ^ | 1/10/2020 | Dan Desai Martin
    Wisconsin lost 818 dairies in 2019 as farmers across the country suffer from Donald Trump's trade war with China. The state of Wisconsin, famous for its cheese, lost 10% of its dairy farms in 2019, Dairy Herd Management reported on Thursday. The loss of 818 dairies was the largest decline in Wisconsin history. Trouble for dairy farmers started in 2018, when Donald Trump engaged in a protracted trade war with China. In retaliation for increased tariffs from the United States, China placed tariffs on a number of U.S. agricultural exports. As a result, exports of U.S. dairy to China dropped...
  • Borden Dairy files for bankruptcy protection

    01/08/2020 10:01:32 AM PST · by Red Badger · 67 replies
    NBC ^ | Jan. 6, 2020, 8:27 PM CST | By Alex Johnson
    Borden is the second giant U.S. dairy company to seek bankruptcy protection as raw milk prices and sales of milk alternatives continue to soar. Borden, whose mascot, Elsie the Cow, has smiled out at consumers from milk, cheese and butter cartons for more than 80 years, has filed for bankruptcy protection, becoming the second major U.S. dairy company to seek help as milk prices soar and more Americans turn to milk alternatives. Borden Dairy Co., which is based in Dallas, reported losses of $42.4 million in 2019. In a filing Sunday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware, it listed debts...
  • One of America's oldest and largest milk producers files for bankruptcy

    01/06/2020 11:39:55 AM PST · by John W · 93 replies
    CNN via curently.com ^ | January 6, 2020 | CNN
    Borden Dairy Co., one of America's oldest and largest dairy companies, on Monday became the second major milk producer to file for bankruptcy in the last two months. Tumbling milk consumption combined with the rising price of milk have crippled the dairy industry with debt. Dean Foods, America's largest milk producer, filed for bankruptcy November 12.
  • No. 1 milk company declares bankruptcy amid drop in demand

    11/12/2019 10:18:52 AM PST · by Red Badger · 136 replies
    WEAR-TV3 ^ | Tuesday, November 12th 2019 | by MICHELLE CHAPMAN
    Dean Foods, America's biggest milk processor, filed for bankruptcy Tuesday amid a steep, decades-long drop-off in U.S. milk consumption blamed on soda, juices and, more recently, nondairy substitutes. The Dallas company said it may sell itself to the Dairy Farmers of America, a marketing cooperative owned by thousands of farmers. "Despite our best efforts to make our business more agile and cost-efficient, we continue to be impacted by a challenging operating environment marked by continuing declines in consumer milk consumption," CEO Eric Berigause said in a statement. Since 1975, the amount of milk consumed per capita in America has tumbled...
  • Entomologist Confirms First Saharan Farming 10,000 Years Ago

    03/22/2018 4:05:59 PM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 10 replies
    Popular Archaeology ^ | St Patrick's Day, Saturday, March 17, 2018 | editors
    The team has been investigating findings from an ancient rock shelter at a site named Takarkori in south-western Libya. It is desert now, but earlier in the Holocene age [our present age], some 10,000 years ago, it was part of the "green Sahara" and wild cereals grew there. More than 200,000 seeds - in small circular concentrations - were discovered at Takarkori, which showed that hunter-gatherers developed an early form of agriculture by harvesting and storing crops. But an alternative possibility was that ants, which are capable of moving seeds, had been responsible for the concentrations...The site has yielded other...
  • #MeToo Cow insemination is rape, milking is sexual assault says researcher

    08/16/2019 10:51:19 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 84 replies
    www.independentsentinel.com ^ | August 16, 2019 | S. Noble
    A research paper currently being pushed by a researcher at the College of Brockport Gender Studies program wants society — feminists — to talk about the unseemly “sexual exploitation” of dairy cows in order to “fully fight gendered oppression.” The author claims the dairy industry is rife with ‘sex-based discrimination’ (of cows), and compares insemination of the cattle to “rape.” The milking of cows is, of course, “sexual assault.” This isn’t satire, so be careful, if you start buying into this, you too could be assimilated. According to Campus Reform: A paper currently being promoted by a New York University...
  • To boost milk, dairy groups see hope in lattes in schools

    07/02/2019 1:42:11 PM PDT · by McGruff · 12 replies
    AP ^ | 7/2/2019 | CANDICE CHOI
    Coffee bars selling $3 iced lattes are popping up in high schools, helped along by dairy groups scrambling for new ways to get people to drink milk. It’s one small way the dairy industry is fighting to slow the persistent decline in U.S. milk consumption as eating habits change and rival drinks keep popping up on supermarket shelves. At a high school in North Dakota, a $5,000 grant from a dairy group helped pay for an espresso machine that makes lattes with about 8 ounces of milk each. The drinks used 530 gallons of milk this year. It’s not clear...
  • Is Being Gluten-Intolerant an American Problem?

    06/30/2019 12:46:36 PM PDT · by CondoleezzaProtege · 103 replies
    Mother Earth News ^ | Summer 2013 | Carolyn Welch
    I recently had a puzzling experience and wonder whether you might be able to shed some light on it. Over the past few years I’ve become increasingly unable to eat wheat without experiencing significant gastrointestinal distress, and I’ve been eating a gluten-free diet for about two years as a result. A couple of weeks ago, I traveled to Hungary and succumbed to the temptation of eating some irresistibly fabulous, crusty European bread. I figured I’d pay the price but that it would be worth it. However, nothing happened. By the end of the trip I was feasting on croissants, thin-crust...
  • The Biggest Undercover Dairy Investigation in History – Fair Oaks Farms and Coca Cola…

    06/08/2019 5:10:56 AM PDT · by a little elbow grease · 69 replies
    citizenfreepress.com ^ | 6/7/19 | Kane
    Fair Oaks Farms Apologizes After Video Surfaces Of Workers Abusing Calves; 4 Employees Fired CHICAGO (CBS) — The owners of an Indiana dairy farm are apologizing after undercover video released by an animal rights group showed workers kicking, beating and throwing around newborn calves. The video was filmed at Fair Oaks Farms, a popular destination for school field trips and tourists about 75 miles southeast of Chicago. The video was filmed by a member of Animal Recovery Mission, which had an undercover investigator get a job at Fair Oaks Farms from August to November of last year in order to...
  • Why Your Grandparents Didn't Have Food Allergies, but You Do

    03/08/2019 7:26:50 AM PST · by CondoleezzaProtege · 62 replies
    Butter Nutrition ^ | Catherine
    Did your grandparents have food allergies? Mine sure didn’t. A stark comparison to the growing epidemic of food allergies, worsening with every generation. So why didn’t your grandparents have food allergies? It’s really quite simple… 1) THEY ATE SEASONAL REAL FOOD. Food came from farms and small markets in the early 1900’s, and because food preservatives were not widely used yet, food was fresh. Because of the lack of processed food, their diets were nutrient dense, allowing them to get the nutrition they needed from their food. For babies, breast milk was valued and it was always in season. 2)...