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Hormone Labeling Added To Milk Labels

22 October 2010 No Comment

There may now be more details on your local gallon of milk that will inform you of certain hormones added to treat your supply.  According to OrganicAuthority.com, “After two years of litigation backed by the Organic Trade Association, the Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will allow milk not treated by bovine growth hormones to be labeled “rbGH free,” “rbST free” or “artificial hormone free.”

The ruling is being applauded by food advocates. “I definitely think people are becoming more concerned about what’s in the food they eat, and it’s cases like these that call attention to these serious issues,” said Paige Tomaselli, staff attorney at the Center for Food Safety. “I think that the more these cases are presented, the more consumers will push back and demand clearer labeling of, for instance, GE foods.”

If you’re body digests milk and milk products with no problems, perhaps you’ll choose to continue to drink it.  For many weight trainers, milk has always been an excellent liquid to make their 2 Day Fast Formula from Beachbody.

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