by Sean Croxton
Can milk get any more complicated?
Sheesh, for something that’s marketed to do a body good it sure has quite a few skeletons in its closet.
Before we dive into this controversial topic I should say that I won’t be able to answer your questions as to whether what I am about to write – and what you are about to see in the video below – has anything to do with the raw milk you may consume, since I do not know the source of such milk.
The best thing for you to do is ask your dairy farmer if his/her cows are A1 or A2. There is testing available to determine this.
I first learned of the relevance of A1 and A2 milk during my radio show with Jordan Rubin a few months ago. Listening to him speak about it, I knew that it was certainly a topic of great importance. However, I didn’t quite grasp the magnitude of it until I pulled Keith Woodford’s Devil in the Milk off of my bookshelf this past weekend.
The video below is just the beginning of what Woodford so scientifically outlines in The Devil. It is almost unbelievable how a single alteration in a string of amino acids can quite possibly lie at the root of so many serious health problems including heart disease, type I diabetes, multiple sclerosis, autism, schizophrenia, and more.
As unbelievable as it may seem, Woodford leaves little doubt that A1 milk has a hand in these conditions.
I hope this video doesn’t freak you out too much. I highly encourage you to take action and learn more about this topic. Woodford’s book is a great place to start. I’ll see what I can do about getting him on the radio show.
Please leave your comments and questions below. I will answer as many as I can.
Happy Friday, peeps!
Author, The Dark Side of Fat Loss