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Devil in the Milk – Part 2

Devil in the Milkby Sean Croxton

Yo! What’s up, Y’all!

I have a big man crush on this book!

Devil in the Milk by Keith Woodford is one of the most fascinating books I have ever read. The science he presents is extremely compelling, and his delivery is top notch. Totally digging it!

Today’s video is my response to the many questions I have received through YouTube, FB, and this site.

I go into the different types of milk — which ones have A1 beta-casein and which don’t. I talk a bit about how the Holder method of pasteurization seems to increase the amount of harmful BCM7 in milk. And I get into how leaky gut syndrome just makes everything worse!

Take care of your gut! It’s a big deal.

So, click the video below for a ginormous 12-minute truth bomb. Yeah, it’s long. But I’m 100% sure you’ll dig it and want to share it with a friend or two.

See you tomorrow.

Love my job!


Sean Croxton
Author, The Dark Side of Fat Loss



4 thoughts on “Devil in the Milk – Part 2

  1. Cynthia

    Sean –
    Thanks so much this is really great work, really helpful that you’ve posted a video explaining this important information.
    I would be thrilled if you could give a reference for your statement that the birth control pill causes leaky gut. I am a nurse-midwife/nurse practitioner and I recently took over teaching a course on contraception at a university. I’ve been closely following the research on leaky gut and dysbiosis for years, and I teach it to my midwifery students. I see many claims about the adverse effects of the Pill (for example it’s impact on nutrients) but when I go to substantiate them I can’t find any research to support it. In looking on Pubmed I don’t see anything leaking the Pill to leaky gut.
    Thank you again for all of your valuable work. You are the greatest.

  2. Sarah

    Sean –

    The Cyrex labs Array #4 includes these tests:

    Cow’s Milk IgG + IgA Combined
    Alpha-Casein & Beta-Casein IgG + IgA Combined
    Casomorphin IgG + IgA Combined
    Milk Butyrophilin IgG + IgA Combined

    Do you know if they are testing for sensitivity to A1 or A2 milk… the second test refers to “Beta-Casein”… do you know if it’s any Beta, or just one of them? Does “Casomorphin” refer to the BCM7 or something else? (I just sent them an inquiry about these questions…)

  3. aladdin benissa

    hey sean,

    Great video mate, I only have one quick question. i see on your list you did not have camel milk on the chart so I wanted to know if you knew if its A1 or A2 Type as this would be helpful for my clients in the middle east as camel milk has many great benefits and its seem to help a lot of my clients control there sugar level especially my diabetic clients.

    live healthy


  4. Chris

    I probably have a leaky gut and I definitely get a opioid peptide effect from both cheese and yogurt

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