Got Burps, Diarrhea? 60% can't digest milk

Mainstream media has finally woken from a centuries-long deep sleep!

Earlier this week, USA Today broke the story picked up by broadcast news channels all across the country.  News I’ve been screaming about for over 15 years – milk is a rotten food.

Once past infancy, most of us can’t digest the so-called “perfect food”.  Belching, diarrhea, flatulence, acne, clogged arteries, weak bones and teeth are all caused by milk consumption.

Here’s the story published in USA Today:

By Elizabeth Weise

Got milk? If you do, take a moment to ponder the true oddness of being able to drink milk after you’re a baby.

No other species but humans can. And most humans can’t either.

The long lists of food allergies some people claim to have can make it seem as if they’re just finicky eaters trying to rationalize likes and dislikes. Not so. Eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish soy and gluten all can wreak havoc on the immune system of allergic individuals, even causing a deadly reaction called anaphylaxis.

But those allergic reactions are relatively rare, affecting an estimated 4% of adults.

Milk’s different.

First off, most people who have bad reactions to milk aren’t actually allergic to it, in that it’s not their immune system that’s reponding to the milk.

Instead, people who are lactose intolerant can’t digest the main sugar – lactose – found in milk. In normal humans, the enzyme that does so – lactase – stops being produced when the person is between two and five years old. The undigested sugars end up in the colon, where they begin to ferment, producing gas that can cause cramping, bloating, nausea, flatulence and diarrhea.

If you’re American or European it’s hard to realize this, but being able to digest milk as an adult is one weird genetic adaptation.

It’s not normal. Somewhat less than 40% of people in the world retain the ability to digest lactose after childhood. The numbers are often given as close to 0% of Native Americans, 5% of Asians, 25% of African and Caribbean peoples, 50% of Mediterranean peoples and 90% of northern Europeans. Sweden has one of the world’s highest percentages of lactase tolerant people.

Being able to digest milk is so strange that scientists say we shouldn’t really call lactose intolerance a disease, because that presumes it’s abnormal. Instead, they call it lactase persistence, indicating what’s really weird is the ability to continue to drink milk.

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What Can You Do?

Switch immediately to a natural, unpolluted, genetically advanced milk.

Nut milks like Cashew or Almond milk are great. So too are Rice and Soy milk.  A relatively new milk on the market getting rave reviews is “Hemp Milk”, which has a fabulous high protein content, containing all 21 of the amino acids and an optimal 3:1 balance of Omega 6 to Omega 3 fatty acids.

Milk - The Deadly PoisonHumans are the only mammal to consume milk after childbirth and also the only mammal to drink the milk of another mammal. You never see a mouse drinking a cat’s milk or a pig drinking horse milk. Stop poisoning yourself!

If you want to know what milk really does to the body, watch the Hard Copy video expose’ with Robert Cohen explaining why Milk is the Deadly Poison. It will change forever what you think about milk and dairy products.

I also recommend you get a copy of the book – you can get a used copy on Amazon.

Dr. G

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