In the late 1960s, the United States became one of the few countries in the world to use milk from the Congo as a source of milk for children, according to a new study.
The milk, a product of Congo’s Magnesian culture, was used to feed children in a number of countries, including the United Kingdom and Canada.
A number of scientists have been researching the milk and its health benefits, including Dr. William R. Miller, an associate professor of pediatrics at Yale University.
Miller’s research on Magnesia milk has focused on its potential to help prevent and treat cancer, according of a press release.
Miller said that Magnesias milk had been used in the United Nations Children’s Fund, and he has studied its effects on humans.
“Milk is a good, nutritious source of nutrients, and the Magnesians have used it in some form or another for millennia,” Miller told Politico.
“In fact, Magnesias culture is a major contributor to human nutrition and health.”
But, as with many of the world’s milk products, Magnesia milk was only available in a limited number of markets and did not always meet nutritional standards.
According to Miller, the Magnesia brand has been linked to kidney problems, but it was also widely used in Europe.
In Canada, milk from Magnesia was a staple for children in the 1970s and 1980s.
In 1994, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency banned Magnesius milk from Canadian markets, but that did not stop consumers from using it in many other countries.
Miller explained that Magnesia used to be a popular drink in the U.S. but that the company did not market it in the West.
Miller told the AP that MagNESIAS milk could have helped prevent cancer because it contained a number tocopherols that have been shown to protect against the growth of certain cancers.
He said that in a recent analysis of the health effects of Magnesia, he found the milk to have similar cancer-fighting properties to those found in other types of milk.
MagNESiases milk, the milk of Magnesis culture, and has been used for centuries in the developing world.
Miller believes Magnesiacs milk could help prevent cancer and heart disease, and some scientists are also looking at its health effects.
Miller hopes that Magnesium-rich milk will become available in the next few years.