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When I google this question I frequently come across sites saying that milk is a healthy food. But is it really so? 

Some medical professionals say that your bones don't gain, but rather lose calcium because of milk consumption. Others say that by drinking milk one increases their chances of getting cancer.

I personally don't know about bones and cancer, but I've noticed that people who drink a lot of milk are often overweight.

What's your opinion about milk, guys?

And what do you consider the healthiest food, and why?

I personally think it's fish. Especially wild fish that you catch by yourself around the place where you live. Once I heard it, and I still can't disagree with the notion that fish, mushrooms and berries found in your region is the healthiest food for you. 

I used to like to eat chicken in the past, but they put so many antibiotics in them these days so that it's almost impossible to eat it. Same goes for pork and sometimes for farmed fish too.

I'm talking about meat here because fruits and vegetables are obviously healthy, but, imo, you can't live eating only fruits and vegetables. Well, I personally know some people living this way, but for me it's impossible. Also, I would not say I could call those people healthy. I have an impression that vegetarians get sick more frequently than those who eat meat or fish, at least from time to time.

So, please, share your views on this topic. 

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Different kind of foods give different vitamins and energy. Milk is fill with almost all kind of vitamins. There are few more food like this. Try to search out in Google and see which of those foods are available in your place. 

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16 hours ago, Mahdirakib said:

Different kind of foods give different vitamins and energy. Milk is fill with almost all kind of vitamins. There are few more food like this. Try to search out in Google and see which of those foods are available in your place. 

I live in a big city, so all kinds of foods are available in my place. The only question is what to choose to eat healthy?

I've been hearing about benefits of milk consumption from my childhood, but with the newest researches published, I've started to doubt it. 

 

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