The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 17
Posted By: joachim, AB-
In Response To: sheeps milk (j anderson)
Dairy for Type O, even goats milk is out, so probably sheep’s milk is out as well.
Sure that AB's can eat sheep’s milk, as goat milk and feta cheese is ok. I eat sheep yogurt all the time, no problems. We share a B heritage and our B blood brothers thrived on sheep and goat.
Sheep and goat also remain more natural animals vs. cows with enormous udders. Cow milk can be sold containing pass from bleeding udders, caused by 2 – 3 daily milking cycles and germs / traces of manure from unhygienic conditions in the barn – from cows that have never seen daylight. After pasteurization synthetic Vitamins D2 and D3 are added, the former is toxic, the later is hard to absorb.
Please note that homogenization of all milks disperses the milk fat into small particles that can easily pass through your bowls and make you fat.
If you have to, drink whole milk and eat whole milk yogurt, best from goats or sheep because these animals have not yet been turned into mass production machines. Try and find processed milk products that are not ultra pasteurized or homogenized. I eat raw milk cheeses or just pasteurized (not ultra-pasteurized/homogenized) milk and cultured dairy products.
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j anderson -- Friday, 5 October 2001, at 3:50 p.m.
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