Milk is made for babies, babies don't have much in the way of stomach enzymes, therefore milk usually comes with its own digestive enzymes. Adults who also didn't evolutionarily ever drink milk, don't have the enzymes either, for breaking down milk.
What I'm saying is that a particular calcium source that has its specific enzymes that come with it, become a lot harder to digest when the specific enzymes get destroyed
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Also still waiting on that info showing pasteurized dairy isn't a useful source of calcium...
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