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Milk

Discussion in 'off topic' started by wacko, Feb 9, 2019.

  1. Suffolk Tony

    Suffolk Tony pfm Member

    Groan...:D
     
  2. Suffolk Tony

    Suffolk Tony pfm Member

    ...or if Haemochromatosis is denuding calcium from your bones...
     
  3. Cav

    Cav pfm Member

    Google says 65% on average rising to 90% in Asian genotypes.
     
  4. Cheese

    Cheese Bitter lover

    No, I don't. Mozzarella, Parmesan and some Pecorino are merely downable, but most other types make me flee, among them our local Gruyere or Appenzeller. Don't even start with Camembert or all those blue stinksters. Using 'cheese' as a moniker may be seen as an attempt to sublimate my aversion.
     
  5. wacko

    wacko pfm Member

    Seems no-one here has read much about milk not being good for you.
    Good: I like cheese, butter, yoghurt and milk !
     
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  6. narabdela

    narabdela who?

    Oh I've read it alright, but it's just the usual tenuous health advice you get on the internet.
     
  7. Arkless Electronics

    Arkless Electronics Trade: Amp design and repairs.

    'int milk brilliant!
     
  8. cctaylor

    cctaylor pfm Member

    Answering the OPs question. The fat particles in goat milk are smaller. Goat milk also has higher levels of short- and medium-chain fatty acids, rendering a faster and easier digestion process as well as producing quicker energy.Many people prefer goat milk for these reasons.
     
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  9. wacko

    wacko pfm Member

    I definitely prefer goat yoghurt, but not sure about goat milk.
    And the 'curd' I had once upon a time in Sri Lanka was fantastic: from buffalo milk I was told.
     
  10. Weekender

    Weekender pfm Member

    I'll never forget watching a segment from a Japanese game show on some daft TV clip show where a contestant was made to drink cows milk. They were so repulsed that the milk came straight back out through their tear ducts.
    Elevenses?
     
  11. Cheese

    Cheese Bitter lover

    This 'gene' thing, is there really something about it ? Or aren't the differences rather based on habits (climate, religion, environment etc.) ?

    Gene-wise, I would have thought that we were all built pretty much the same way.
     
  12. cutting42

    cutting42 Heading to Fish Hacker Erg \o/

    Yes there is. At least according to the programme on milk I watched recently.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lactase_persistence
     
  13. mandryka

    mandryka pfm Member

    I know two things about milk. One comes from a friend who's a rheumatologist and he's always going on about how people need to drink more of it, apparently osteoporosis is an increasingly common problem and there's some evidence that the more milk you consume, the less likely you are to develop it.

    And the second is a recent discovery. Organic milk really does taste much better! (Cows' I mean) Now we have Yeo Valley or Coop own label organic -- they're the nicest tasting we've found.
     
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  14. droodzilla

    droodzilla pfm Member

    Vuk-dude you got a reputation to defend on the Trump thread. There’s a new kid on the block and he’s, like, totally rad!
     
  15. Rcook

    Rcook pfm Member

    I stopped drinking cow's milk last year, I found oat 'milk' the most palatable of the alternatives (none of them are cheap, almond has a too-strong almond taste, coconut doesn't appeal, soya is not good for you). I had a patch of psoriasis on my left hand, this has all but cleared up since (this was the only thing I changed), also less bunged up sinuses and do actually feel more energetic overall. So I must have a mild intolerance to dairy.
     
  16. wacko

    wacko pfm Member

    Have you tried Hazelnut milk ? My son likes it the best, and he has tried them all.
     
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  17. Where did you work Steve, my first job after leaving school was as a Lab Technician for ACC Whitby for 2 years and then 5 or 6 years for Express Dairies in Northallerton.

    Cheers BB
     
  18. JensenHealey

    JensenHealey pfm Member

    One of my twin daughters had some eczema, dairy intolerance as a baby. Switched to Soya milk and it cleared up. She has grown out of it now - but I remember always clearing the shelves at Tesco of Soya milk 18 years ago. It was rare stuff then! Funny how they started stocking more after a while - they must have noted our consumption!.
     
  19. Rcook

    Rcook pfm Member

    I haven't tbh, worth giving a go though, thanks
     
  20. mikemusic

    mikemusic pfm Member

    Remembered a lady I knew had breast cancer. Nasty surprise.
    Surgeon who operated told her to cut out dairy.
    Surprised me
     

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