Really enjoy reading what you wrote about milk.
Sorry there are still grown adults who haven't outgrown drinking milk.
I gave it up many years ago although I was completely addicted to it because it was making me very, very sick.
I guess a simple statement such as: Milk is for baby cows isn't enough.
But then there are people out there who believe that certain blood types benefit from it.
Thank you for sharing.
Pat2006 last decade
I am a blood type O and absolutely do not do well on milk and most of my diet has to be fresh vegestables and protein. Cannot digest carbs nor starches.
But I am hoping that this belief in blood type diets will be out grown, and I will find some other reason for my inability to digest certain foods. I would very much like to be able to eat an occassional hamburger, pizza or taco without it all turning to fat.
Currently, with my stomach issues, I am even less able to digest carbs and starches than ever before.
I presented a research paper in a class on blood type diet and I remember the instructor being intruged by this belief because she was blood type A and could not digest proteins but did well or dairy products.
There could possibly be other reasons why it appears that some people do digest milk while others don't. But then I think there is a difference between cottage cheese and milk. And milk may still be a no no for even Blood type A.
That is my point of view.
Pat2006 last decade
Kindly inform me your reaction on the following remarks:-
'Remarks of : WNCGirl on 2006-02-26 :-
Soybeans have potent trypsin inhibitors which block the action of enzymes needed for protein digestion. This protein is extremely resistant to reduction methods. Also hemagglutin that cause lumpy red blood cells and organic acids (phytate)that BLOCKS the uptake of calcium and other important vitamins and minerals. Unfermented soy destroys zinc. You need zinc is good brain, nervous, and immune food.
Too much soy causes rickets, low growth, and lower IQ.
Allergies are just as common in soy as they are milk.
The only way one should eat soy is the fermented way, which does benefit the body.'
Soya Milk is not out of fermented Soya.
Further I notice that Soyabean milk is deficient in Vitamin C and Vit. A.
How to compensate it?
Rajendra last decade
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