How Does Sugar Or Honey Decrease Allergic Reaction To Milk?

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  1. Lord Cola

    Lord Cola Member

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    I found the following in the email exchanges: "Adding sugar or honey (if you aren't allergic to honey) will decrease any allergic reaction to the milk."

    How does sugar or honey reduce allergic reaction to milk?
     
  2. milkboi

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    I‘ve read here that sugar acts as a anti-histamine, so that might be one mechanism. Also sugar increases thyroid function and thyroid should decrease allergic reactions also.
     
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    Dr. Peat says if you are bitten by a rattle snake drink a Coke. Sugar lowers allergic inflammation and shock reactions.
     
  4. ExCarniv

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    I remember drinking milk with Stevia and instantly have mucus and later runs to the toilet

    Doesn't happen when mixed with sugar or honey.
     
  5. Orion3821

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    Everybody would benefit from drinking raw milk. Unheated honey has digestive enzymes. Raw milk has Lactase and all the living bacteria to digest your food.
     
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