Think about this for a moment How many animals do you know that make another animal's breast milk a significant part of their diet? If you know, please let us know.
Casein gives milk its opaque white appearance. Cows milk is for baby calves, and human milk is for human babies. Cows milk is for baby calves up to the weaning period only. A calf's skeleton must grow considerably large in a short time. A mother cow provides the bone-building material in her milk.
This bone-building material is called Casein. If you compare the casein content from cows' milk to human breast milk, you will discover that there is 300 times more casein in cows' milk. Human babies are not required to increase skeletal mass as quickly as baby calves. Does this make sense? Yes, of course, it does.
Cow's milk is pasteurised by raising its temperature, which kills any bugs or bacteria, allowing milk to be stored for extended periods. Baby calves do not have a problem drinking milk from their mothers. They would die if you were to feed pasteurised milk to baby calves. Killing the vital enzymes in cows' milk by boiling it is detrimental to their health and growth. Destroying the enzymes by pasturing milk does not eliminate the Casein.
Put another way, should a nursing mother leave expressed breast milk for a later feed, would she boil the milk or would gently warming be sufficient? Freezing, boiling or storing her milk for prolonged periods would not be appropriate. Milk needs to be consumed fresh from the mother to the infant.
Let's go back to the knackers' yards where animal carcasses were processed much differently than today. Bones would be boiled down in a massive vat to create glue. Now, instead of boiling bones, it is much easier to extract the Casein.
casein from milk and manufacture glue.
Mucoid plaque is a term to describe mucus-like material that coats the gastrointestinal tract. The term mucoid plaque was originally coined by Richard Anderson, a naturopath, decades ago. Richard was almost there with his diagnosis, but he would not have been aware of the connection with cow's milk and Casein. What concerns me is Casein is now being used in supposed health products as flavoured protein powder to help muscle growth. Great way to clog up your colon!
Colon cleansing with organic herbs is not only beneficial to your health if done regularly but will remove the built-up mucus and the Casein. The image below shows hardened Casein that was expelled during our organic charcoal colon cleanse. almost 20 years ago.
Photograph by Paul Chambers Nutritionist
The causes of mucus and toxic build-up in the colon can be attributed to several factors, including lifestyle and diet changes. As mentioned, cow's milk is unsuitable for the human digestive tract, so it builds up throughout the gastrointestinal tract, layer after layer. If you want to consume dairy products, I strongly suggest doing a regular colon cleanse every six months. Parasites love the environment of the warm mucus created by dairy products and thrive, so doing a herbal parasite cleanse after a colon cleanse also an excellent idea.
Colon cleansing and detoxification of the intestines helps clear out toxins and built-up mucus, resulting in improved digestive health. For successful colon cleansing, an intestinal cleansing plan achieves complete colon cleansing and detoxification of the whole digestive system.
If you have a gut and digestive problem, it could mean that your intestinal health is not balanced. Doing a herbal colon cleanse may not be the whole answer. Keeping your intestines healthy and working regularly involves focus and often requires lifestyle and diet changes for ongoing colon and digestive health. There is no magic bullet or magic pill treatment, but cleaning up your digestive system is an excellent first step to improving digestion and detoxing your gastrointestinal tract.
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