Milk is not completely digested in adults
Is milk completely digested by the human body? According to modern research in diets, the answer is no. The human body stops secreting Rennin and Lactase at the age of three. These enzymes are essential for the digestion of milk. You need these enzymes when you are a baby and are dependent on mother's milk for survival. For some reason we humans have decided never to wean ourselves off milk unlike other animals
Unfortunately human beings have stuck on with milk even after they become adults. Our digestive systems cannot break down the proteins, calcium, casein and milk sugar present in the milk. So what happens to these components? They enter the blood stream or get stored as toxins in the body.
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