Milk is one of the most commonly consumed foods, but it can cause digestive and intestinal problems in some people.
Store-bought milk (homogenized and pasteurized) can cause intestinal problems worldwide. Many people may experience bloating, flatulence, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and skin problems after consuming dairy products. Milk consumption is also often associated with increased airway mucus production and susceptibility to sinusitis.
For some people, completely giving up milk can help them recover from a chronic sinus infection, as the cycle of inflammation is especially common in people who are unknowingly sensitive to milk, especially A1 milk. As milk consumption increases, so does hidden inflammation and oxidative stress in the body. This means that the body absorbs various diseases faster. The characteristics of milk products vary depending on its origin. The terms A1 milk and A2 milk are often used.
Milk proteins distinguish A2 milk from A1 milk. A2 milk causes significantly fewer health problems, while A1 milk proteins are linked to heart disease and intestinal inflammation. A study and systematic review published in 2017 suggests that A1 milk-induced intestinal symptoms are caused by beta-casein. According to this observation, choosing lactose-free milk alone does not help, even if lactose intolerance is established. In addition, A1 milk proteins often cause constipation.
To improve your condition, it is recommended to do the following:
- If you suffer from stomach problems, first remove dairy products completely from your diet.
- After a month, you can try goat’s and sheep’s milk (A2 milk), as well as long-ripened Parmesan cheese (more than 2 years of ripening), which may be suitable for some.
- If symptoms are not present, you can try the following fermented organic dairy products.
- Good non-dairy sources of calcium include fish soup and broth, bone broth, dark green vegetables and herbs, seafood, seaweed and rose hips.
If you want your diet to be more varied and tastier, it is recommended to use a nutrition project that will help you prepare delicious meals without dairy products.
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