By Robert Cohen Executive Director Text Only

Dairy industry admits that cheese and ice cream are

The current issue of HOARDS (August 25, 1999) contains an
interesting editorial on page 602.  The headline:


The editor's comment reports on a new feed additive that
lowers the saturated fat content in milk, converting it to
monounsaturated fat (which is the fat contained in olive and
canola oil).

HOARD'S writes:

"It is saturated fat which has been linked to human health
problems, including heart disease, digestive disorders, and
some forms of cancer. The long-term result may be a butter
that spreads right out of the refrigerator or rich tasting
cheese and ice cream that's actually good for you."

My question to the dairy industry:

Did Hoard's admit (by writing "actually") that cheese and
ice cream are not good for you?

Robert Cohen author of:   MILK - The Deadly Poison
Executive Director (
Dairy Education Board

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