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Author Topic:   Are you a mutant? x man? Can you drink milk?
frako
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05-29-2014 6:06 AM


Well the ability to digest milk in adulthood is new. Over 70% of the world adult population cant do it. It is basically toxic to them.

over 8000 years ago no one could do it, until they invented cheese it has a reduced amount of lactose in it, Giving a small mutation a chance. It allowed some to digest lactose even in adulthood, and the mutation spread trough EUROPE, the mutation did particularity well the more north you go in Europe, for obvious reasons as you get more nourishment from the cheese. Its also how we whiteys became white more milk you can drink more vitamin D the less melanin you need to make your own.

http://www.nature.com/...aeology-the-milk-revolution-1.13471 source

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Message 4 of 31 (728480)
05-29-2014 12:58 PM
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05-29-2014 12:17 PM


LOL well it is, if you want to be as strong as Nazi the ├╝bermench you have to drink up your milk.

Well its simple milk has loads of vitamin D, the other way to get vitamin D is to be under the sun and have lots of melanin ie turn brown. We whiteys don't need that ability any-more as we drink milk, so we have less melanin. But the ability is spreading fast around the world.


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frako
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Message 16 of 31 (728566)
05-30-2014 2:24 PM
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05-30-2014 1:36 PM


And since vitamin D is also added to other stuff, there is absolutely no reason for an adult to drink milk unless they are a dirty mutie.

milk has natural high concentrations of vitamin D, yea nowadays id does not matter much, but if you are a Viking with several hours of sunlight a day a bit of cheese, and a glass of milk does the trick.


Christianity, One woman's lie about an affair that got seriously out of hand

What are the Christians gonna do to me ..... Forgive me, good luck with that.


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Message 18 of 31 (728580)
05-30-2014 4:35 PM
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05-30-2014 3:20 PM


http://www.thedoctorwillseeyounow.com/...t/kids/art3933.html
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The University of Toronto researchers found that among children not using a bottle, cow’s milk did indeed increase the vitamin D level and decrease the iron level. Specifically, each cup of cow’s milk increased the vitamin D level by 6.5 % and decreased iron (serum ferritin) by 3.6%. Several other factors raised Vitamin D levels. Children who received vitamin D supplements were obviously higher in D. Children with light skin pigmentation absorbed more vitamin D from the sun and had higher levels. The summer season also played a role — more sun, more vitamin. Finally, children with a lower body mass typically had higher levels of vitamin D."

My guess you are reading a label from skimmed milk that does not have vitamin D unless its added.


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Message 20 of 31 (728584)
05-30-2014 5:18 PM
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05-30-2014 5:07 PM


http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=130

When obtained from 100% grass-fed cows, whole milk contains a surprising diversity of both conventional and phytonutrients. In the conventional category, you'll find milk to be a very good source of vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin D, and vitamin B12.

But my guess is its a bit harder to get whole milk, you need to know a farmer that has cows for milk purposes. The milk in stores is nothing like real milk, if it does no produce an inch of that fatty stuff on top over night then its not milk, its also not milk if it boils milk does not boil it goes over and wrecks your stove.....


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