A Japanese company sold Adult Milk – for adults living in a stressful society. The milk cost ¥5000 ($47) per bottle, and was taken from cows once a week at the break of dawn, as they discharge a lot of melatonin, a stress-relieving hormone. It contained 3-4 times more melatonin than regular milk
Before modern refrigerators, Russian and Finnish people would keep live brown frogs in their milk to keep it fresh. It was found that the secretions made by the frogs basically act as antibiotics, killing bacteria, and keeping the milk fresh and safe to drink.
In 1994, a student at MIT bought a carton of milk but forgot to use it, and rediscovered it 10 months later. Instead of binning it he threw a ‘birthday’ for it. A cult following developed for this legendary expired dairy product. In 2015 it celebrated its 21st birthday.
Milk taken from cow’s at night make you sleepier that milk taken from the day. According to an animal study in the Journal of Medicinal Food, night milk – literally milk collected from a cow at night – contains high amounts of tryptophan and melatonin, supplements proven to aid sleep and reduce anxiety.
In 2009 California milk processors funded a 22-minute rock opera titled “Battle for Milkquarious.” It was marketed as “The most amazing rock opera ever made about milk.”
People who drink whole milk are considerably less likely to be over-weight than those who drink low-fat milk.
There is a resident in MIT’s Random Hall called “The Milk” that is an expired carton of milk coming up on 22 years past its expiration date.
www.milk.com is not owned by anyone in the dairy industry and is just one man posting random links and bits of prose. He refuses to sell it for less than $10000000.
70% of milk served in U.S. schools contains on average 4 teaspoons of added sugar per serving (about half the amount of sugar as a serving of Coke).
In Utah, it is illegal not to drink milk.