Epidemiological evidence suggests that A1 milk with the a1 beta-casein variant is a possible risk factor in the development of type 1 diabetes in children, autism, and heart illnesses in adults.
Known associations with dairy consumption are ovarian cancer, cataract, diabetes type 1, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue, headaches, hyperactivity (add, ADHD), allergy, congestion, asthma and respiratory problems, early arteriosclerosis from oxidized cholesterol and cardiac arterial disease, a dec of the intelligence, pimples, infertility, bedwetting, osteoporosis, and IGF 1 related diseases. In cow’s milk are bacteria, viruses, prions, antibiotics, hormones, pesticides, and other toxins and heavy metals.
People of European descent can drink milk and the rest of the globe cannot. There is, however, a lot of substances in milk besides lactose that none of us can tolerate.