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Is Milk Really as Healthy for You as Claimed?

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  • MarcD 5 years ago

    Notice the complete lack of supporting science in this rant? How do these guys get on the web with this nonsense? Statements like "milk is fortified with vitamin D, to enhance calcium absorption-this being almost totally unnecessary as 10-15 minutes in the sun, two to three times a week, in healthy individuals, is sufficient to stimulate the body's skin to produce sufficient vitamin D" are WRONG. Anybody else read the number of scientific studies on the effects of Vitamin D deficits that have been released lately? 45 minutes of sun/week isn't enough Vit. D for anybody. Then there's the claim that most people don't make enough lactase after age 4 to digest milk: that's race specific, not universal. Oh, and CELIAC disease (no apostrophe, it isn't anybody's property) is caused by GLUTEN, not CASEIN.

  • Clyde Nassif 4 years ago

    Marc D

    The following links will help to enlighten your erroneous thinking:

    Sunlight for Calcium absorption

    http://results.myway.com/GGmain.jhtml?id=YH&ptb=E835844A-889C-41C2-8...

    Milk and Celiac's Disease

    http://results.myway.com/GGmain.jhtml?searchfor=Celiac+Disease%2C+and+Mi...

    As for ethnic groups - ALL lose the lactase enzyme to some degree as we age - also, those whom maintain drinking milk lose less.Middle Eastern, Hispanics, Indians(North American), and Asians are affected more than Europeans - Southern Europeans are affected more than Northern Europeans. Celiac's disease is spelled BOTH ways.

  • Clyde Nassif 4 years ago

    Marc D

    Blacks also suffer from low/no lactase levels.

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