Milk. Does it do a body bad?

hk05 at dial.pipex.com hk05 at dial.pipex.com
Mon Jun 16 02:36:33 EST 1997


On Fri, 13 Jun 1997 11:38:31 +0900, joels at gol.com (Joel Sassone)
wrote:

>I've been wondering what, if any, consensus with regards to the merits and
>demerits of dairy products, especially including yoghurt, skim milk, and
>cheese, for someone attempting to live a long a healthy life.  Anyone have
>any comments?
>
>For instance, a number of longevity and health-related books I've read
>advise that yoghurt with live cutures is good for the intestines, but I've
>also read books that say milk proteins are so difficult for humans to
>digest, even yoghurt's benefits are outweight by the problems it causes...

Try GOAT'S MILK.

As I understand it the milk breaks up into small globules in the
stomach and is much easier digested than cow's milk which sits in the
stomoch as one great lump.

Iain




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