it's supper time, gonna go eat some potato salad and a roast beef hoagie..See you folks later, have a good one guys..
I wish people would stop bragging about their delicious meals!
Charp13 wrote:I'm just glad they're writing about it now and not last week. I just came off a full 30 day fast of nothing but raw milk. Raw milk for breakfast, raw milk for lunch, raw milk for dinner, raw milk for snacks...ugh! I got so sick of raw milk! My first cooked meal in a month, I think I orgasmed and had an out of body experience at the same time!Was worth it though. You wouldn't believe what it did for my cholesterol!
Never heard of this. Where DOES one get Raw Milk?
First, are you sure you're lactose intolerant? Many people who believe they are, are instead actually reacting to all the dead bacteria floating around in pasteurized milk and aren't truly lactose intolerant. However, raw milk contains an live enzyme called lactase, which digests the milk sugar lactose. Pasteurization kills the lactase enzyme, which makes it hard to digest the lactose milk sugar because your body makes little to no lactase. Raw milk is loaded with lactase, therefore it's not a problem. I am definitely lactose intolerant. If I had a single glass of pasteurized milk, I'd have the runs without any doubt. From just an ounce or two. With raw milk...well...I just chugged down roughly a gallon a day for 30 days straight, and no diarrhea at all. So yeah, raw milk is real, and totally different from the devitalized, health-destroying garbage sold in stores. Even organic milks like Horizon and Organic Valley are crap because they're pasteurized and homogenized. Another thing, you have to make sure the raw milk is coming from Jersey, Gurnsey, Asian, or African cows, but not Holsteins or Friesians, as the former give A2 milk and the latter A1. It all has to do with a genetic mutation and it's quite involved. The Reader's Digest version is that A1 milk contains a genetic mutation that causes the milk to give off a peptide called BCM7, which causes problems. A1 type milk causes auto-immune problems, heart disease (it has an inflammatory effect on the blood vessels), diabetes, autism, etc. Type A1 milk also increases mucus in the body, because the BCM7 it gives off binds to the epithelial cells in the mucus membranes. This doesn't happen with A2 milk. Choose your cows wisely! Also, they should be grass fed on organic, free range pastures and not fed grains like corn, rice, etc.