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From: Leslie (
Subject:         Re: Abstinence Induced Lactose Intolerance??
Date: April 7, 2006 at 8:55 am PST

In Reply to: Abstinence Induced Lactose Intolerance?? posted by rebecky on April 6, 2006 at 4:51 pm:

I think so. It goes something like this:

Humans, being mammals, are not intended by nature to consume milk of any kind after weaning. However, somewhere along the line somebody got the idea to drink milk from a mother cow. That substance is actually intended for the baby of that mother cow, but because people, especially Europeans, have consumed it for so long they have evolved a kind of tolerance for it. In fact cultures who have not consumed cow's milk for centuries as Europeans have are mostly lactose-intolerant, mostly eastern cultures such as Asian.

Your intolerance to dairy is your body telling you dairy is not a necessary "food," in fact, it is a blessing possibly in disguise (although once you discover the alternatives to dairy it is truly a blessing without disguise). Dairy is linked to a plethora of human ailments and I think most people just don't realize it, they attribute their problems to aging, or some other cause, when in fact if they quit consuming dairy they often find their symptoms clear up.

For some really absolute proof that humans should not consume dairy, you might be interested in reading the China Study, it focuses on the protein casein, which is found in cow's milk, and which does not, as the dairy industry says, do a body good. The China Study is real scientific evidence that milk is not meant for human consumption. Listen to your body, nature knows best!

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