Who do you think has allergies and the morning sniffles in this pair of milk/mylk drinkers?
(Find the answer at: Israel Journal of Medical Sciences 1983;19(9):806-809 Pediatrics 1989;84(4):595-603 )
Milk also actually leaches the calcium from our bones (Remer T, Am J Clin Nutr 1994;59:1356-61). Milk is so acidic and causes so much mucus (Klotter, 1995) in the body that our body tries to neutralize it before it’s completely absorbed through the digestive system. So instead of using the calcium within the milk to aid our bones, it uses the calcium to neutralize the acid. It also calls for backup stores of calcium to neutralize via the calcium safely stored in our bones.
But where do you get your calcium?