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Re: Holiday Food


In your case, it wasn't lactose intolerance (goat's milk has that too), but a sensitivity to the protein in cow's milk.
Cathy
On Tuesday, December 30, 2003, at 07:16 PM, Donna wrote:

Some can't take it even earlier in life-- was raised on goats milk since
I was a baby.

Donna

Most folks of northern European heritage can drink milk throughout
their lives, but the vast majority of the human population cannot
tolerate milk after the age of 5...they lose the ability to digest
milk
sugar, lactose. The result? Very uncomfortable cramping and diarrhea.
Cathy
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