A mainstream Harvard doctor says 'no milk just fine': http://www.today.com/health/milk-does-b ... 6C10505414
. Not a perfect article, but pretty good!
"People with a high-quality diet -- those who get adequate protein, vitamin D and calcium from things like leafy greens, legumes, nuts and seeds -- may get little or no added nutritional benefit from consuming three servings of dairy a day, Ludwig argues.
“The point is, we can get plenty of calcium from a whole range of foods,” says Ludwig, who's also a professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and a professor of nutrition at the Harvard School of Public Health. “On a gram for gram basis, cooked kale has more calcium than milk..... .”