Oh boy, it's THIS argument again.
Originally Posted by 2ndChance
Evolution of lactose tolerance: Why do humans keep drinking milk? - Slate Magazine
"Since milk's primary biological function is to support the growth of a young animal, some of its features make it inappropriate as a sole food for an adult.
To support cell division and growth, the methionine and tryptophan content of milk is higher than would be optimal for an adult animal, and the phosphate might be slightly more than needed, in relation to the calcium. Since the fetus stores a large amount of iron during gestation, the iron content of milk is low, and when a young animal has used the stored iron, its continuing growth requires more iron than milk provides. However, for an adult, the low iron content of milk and cheese makes these foods useful for preventing the iron overload that often contributes to the degenerative diseases."
Milk is a complete source of nutrients and protein. And yeah, I bet I could get a bunch of fear mongering propaganda if I googled "dairy is bad", but as I'm not that gullible, I'll just keep drinking milk.
Also, if I could find a woman that was permanently lactating, and would be willing to let me drink off her breasts you bet I would do it. Goats milk tastes good too, though.
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