1. sibyloftherhine

    New Study Reveals that Lactoferrin Inhibits SARS-CoV-2 Infection

    The study is available here. To quote the abstract:
  2. JamesGatz

    Is Casein the Devil ? Major calcification issues from Dairy with Casein

    Hello All, I have a big issue here driving me off a wall I am hoping someone knowledgeable can help me with and I will try to keep it brief: My main protein sources before this: A2 Milk (lowfat 2% Vitamin A and D added) - Digests great, but doesn't make me as warm as cheese - give me...
  3. Rinse & rePeat

    EASY "PEATY" PROTEINS - Recipes with photos & Step By Step Instructions

    "Besides fasting, or chronic protein deficiency, the common causes of hypothyroidism are excessive stress or “aerobic” (i.e. anaerobic) exercise, and diets containing beans, lentils, nuts, unsaturated fats (including carotene), and undercooked broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, and mustard greens...
  4. Rinse & rePeat

    We All Scream For No Cream Ice Cream - In Minutes! (with photos)

    "Blood sugar also seems to be low in migraine, so that some people find that eating a large amount of ice cream can interrupt the symptoms. This observation might be what we need to understand the role of sleep in health. We all know how hard it is to sleep when we are hungry (low blood sugar)...
  5. J

    Honey And Dairy Kill Libido And Ability To Get Erection

    Any idea why? Carbs from starch or fruits don't do it. I have to mention that the honey is raw (all honey in Germany is), and I was fairly allergic to pollen honey (clogged nose) so I switched to forest honey(?), which seemed to make the reaction go away, but it still killed my libido. Dairy...
  6. J

    Acne Breakout After Quitting Dairy

    I just quit dairy, because my digestion wasnt that good. The dairy felt quite heavy in the stomach (especially raw milk; raw milk gave me quite a bit of bloating; whole milk yoghurt was fine) and during that time my skin looked pretty good. Since I've stopped the dairy again my face has been...
  7. L

    Dairy-rich Diet Linked To Lower Risks Of Diabetes And High Blood Pressure

    Dairy-rich diet linked to lower risks of diabetes and high blood pressure And cluster of factors that increase heart disease and stroke risk (metabolic syndrome) Eating at least two daily servings of dairy is linked to lower risks of diabetes and high blood pressure, as well as the cluster of...
  8. wealthofwisdom

    Non-Milk Calcium Sources?

    I'm not a big fan of milk. It gives me excess mucus. However I do love yogurt and cheese. I also eat a lot of eggs every week, and I hear that egg shells are a good source of calcium. Could yogurt, cheese, and eggshells be used as a good source of calcium over milk? Or any other good sources...
  9. haidut

    Height Is Dependent On Diet Quality, Not Genes

    I posted a few threads in the past demonstrating that gene are likely not the main driver of height, despite the mainstream dogma vehement claiming to the contrary. Dutch People Gained 20cm Of Height In Just 150 Years Protein Quality, Not Genes, Determine Male Height Intelligence and height...
  10. D

    Study Concluded Replacing Dairy Fat With PUFA Calories Decreases CVD Incidence. Legit?

    Here is the abstract. Wonder if anyone has access to full text. I'd like to read the methodology. Dairy fat and risk of cardiovascular disease in 3 cohorts of US adults. - PubMed - NCBI Abstract BACKGROUND: Few prospective studies have examined dairy fat in relation to cardiovascular disease...
  11. D

    Higher Plasma Dairy Fat Associated With Lower Incidence Of Diabetes

    Circulating Biomarkers of Dairy Fat and Risk of Incident Diabetes Mellitus Among US Men and Women in Two Large Prospective Cohorts
  12. Y

    Apparently Forcing Dairy Can Cure Dairy Intolerance

    My friend told me she use to drink a glass of milk every night before bed, for years. When she moved to a new place she forgot to drink milk for a few months. She then tried drinking milk again and found that she got stomach discomfort and bloating. So she then forced herself to drink a glass of...
  13. Amazoniac

    Milky Questions

    Is it possible to interfere with normal levels of vit D with too much calcium from dairy? In the same way that low calcium intake leads to low vit D, wouldn't high calcium intake have the same effect? Or the excess is just easily excreted? I assume it can also interfere with the absorption of...
  14. HealthisWealth

    The Best Ruminant Milk - Goat? Carabao? Cow? Sheep?

    Milk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Milk composition analysis, per 100 grams[84][85] Constituents--Unit--Cow----Goat-----Sheep----Water buffalo Water-----------g-----87.8----88.9-----83.0------- 81.1 Protein--------- g-----3.2------3.1------5.4---------4.5...
  15. D

    Greek Yoghurt...

    Hi all, yes I know it's not very peaty due to it's bacterial profile but I have a question about Greek Yoghurt... I've always been told you're not eating real properly prepared Greek Yoghurt unless the protein content is pushing 9 - 10g per 100g of Yoghurt. Up until now I had never actually...
  16. Amazoniac

    Igf-1 Reduces Greatly After Milk Fermentation

    Humans, pboy, This study is the one I was reffering to in my unpopular personal thread on cheeses. It looks like fermentation reduces greatly the amount of IGF-1 in milch and this is particularly relevant for those that struggle with acne since it can interfere with skin cell turn-over and...
  17. D

    Why Do I Find Dairy Fat To Be Particularly Fattening?

    edit: substituted "particularly" for "especially" fattening in subject line to actually say what I meant. Since my last question opened up a scintillating debate that was as far reaching as it was insightful, I thought I'd throw out another one. Why would dairy fat cause weight gain or...
  18. M

    Dairy - acne link?

  19. S

    Fruit And Dairy Associated With Less Metabolic Syndrome Risk

    A fruit and dairy dietary pattern is associated with a reduced risk of metabolic syndrome.
  20. haidut

    Dairy best for endotoxin protection; soy protein worst

    The study used a number of different dairy proteins as well as soya. The whole milk powder was least inflammatory on the stomach but when endotoxin did form then other dairy proteins were better. Soy protein fared worst, which is not a surprise. http://www.fasebj.org/content/28/1_Supp ...