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Milk protects kids from asthma
Interesting results, which should hearten those of use who know the
anti-cholesterol message to be a false one. It should also be noted that to
gain the benefit of full cream milk, it should be un-homogenised. The
process of homogenation breaks down the indigestable protein casein into
tiny chunks which can then pass through the bowel wall (it would normally
pass straight through the gut), causing all sorts of problems and requiring
large amounts of energy to remove it.
All skimmed and semi-skimmed milks (and many full cream milks, too) are
"Roger Schlafly" wrote in message
MILK and butter may help protect young children against asthma, scientists
said last night.
Dutch researchers came to the conclusion after analysing the diets of
3,000 two-year-olds. The results were related to the number of children
suffered from asthma at the age of three.
Daily consumption of full-cream milk and butter was significantly
with lower rates of asthma.
Similarly incidence of wheeze was lower in children who consumed dairy
products, including yoghurt and chocolate milk, every day.
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