Free read É PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB ree ð Keith WoodfordFormation Intriguing and ascinating read It has made me become an advocate against milk contains no the a1 protein I had no idea what I was getting in to when I ordered this book rom A riend who also happens to be a nutritionist made a reference to it Because the title aligns with my thoughts on milk or certain people I blog a little
About This Here And Here I Added It To Mythis here and here I added it to my for certain people I blog a little about this here and here I added it to my to shelvesI learned a great deal rom this book However this is not a Book To Read For Fun to read or The Inside Outside Beauty Book fun you majored in chemistry biology or have extensive training in research You will learn that there are two types of milk and I don t mean cow versus goat Iind it Alistair Macleans Unaco Prime Target fascinating that I am pretty well read yet I had no idea that these two types of cow s milk existed ShameOnMeDr Woodford may have an ax to grind At times it seems as if he is proving a point to someone However his points are backed up with science I haven tact checked his book and I am not sure that I will However because I read his book and all of the science within I will most certainly continue to hold my beliefs that milk is the devilIf you have children if you are planning to have children or if you have any GI conditions or symptoms you should add this book to your list of readings It will be worth your time and most certainly your mone. Ypothesis; and he examines the research undertaken with animals and humans The evidence is compelling We should be switching to A2 milkA2 milk rom selected cows is now marketed in parts of the US and it is possible to convert a herd of cows producing A1 milk to cows producing A2 milkThis is an amazing story one that is not just about the health issues surrounding A1 milk but also about how scientific evidence can be molded and withheld by vested interests and how consumer choices are influenced by the interests of corporate busine.
a real parochial eel about it It gets bogged down in tedious details and thisreal parochial eel about it It gets bogged down in tedious details and this where a better editor wouldshould have stepped up and cleaned it up instead of allowing it to veer off course to the point the message of this book gets buried under a white noise of petty suabbling academic rivalry and scientific one upmanshipSo when all is said and done what we have here is an interesting starting point and scientific one upmanshipSo when all is said and done what we have here is an interesting starting point ultimately a half baked theory Woodford is right to be suspicious of the dairy industry Fonterra and all of the scientists in their pay but that doesn t prove his point to any satisfying extent There is some really interesting stuff in here but there is also a lot of padded out iller and unfinished business which doesn t do justice to his intentions at all Depending on where you stand on the milk debate and if you are interested in the A1 A2 controversy of the milk industry this is a great book It will make you think twice before you pick up your milk at that box store next time Best Medical Book I have ever read Now milk at that box store next time Best Medical Book I have ever read Now need to talk to people and diaries to know what milk I am drinking and what changes I need to make in my daily milk consumption Thanks Keith Woodford or spreading the in. Until a genetic mutation occurred some thousands of years ago in some European cattle A2 milk remains high in herds in much of Asia Africa and parts of Southern Europe A1 milk is common in the United States New Zealand Australia and EuropeIn Devil in the Milk Keith Woodford brings together the evidence published in than 100 scientific papers He examines the population studies that look at the link between consumption of A1 milk and the incidence of heart disease and Type 1 diabetes; he explains the science that underpins the A1A2 Woodford puts orward some really compelling ideas and possibilities but still I am not sure there was a book in this The problem is as he reely admits his hypothesis still needs to be urther substantiated and so as a result it is hard to
know what to really make of this beyondhmm that s an interesting ideaUltimately this book comes down towhat to really make of this beyondhmm that s an interesting ideaUltimately this book comes down to genetics and a tiny protein ragment called BCM7 beta casomorphin s an interesting ideaUltimately this book comes down to genetics and a tiny protein ragment called BCM7 beta casomorphin a product of A1 type milk This milk contains A1 beta casein digestion of this leads to the release of BCM7 which doesn t occur at all in A2 milk BCM7 is a powerful opioid Woodford and many others have made a case or this causing or contributing to heart disease diabetes and possibly autism and schizophrenia as well as possible links to the likes of MS ulcerative colitis Crohn s disease and coeliac disease We learn that this A1 type appears to be uniue to Western cattle or cattle that have traces of western genes in them It typically takes about 10 years roughly two generations of cows to make the change rom A1 to A2 milk Bovine milk is about 87% water and 13% solids HolsteinFriesian cows Have Around 12% Solids Whereas around 12% solids whereas have around 15%This book suffers rom some wooliness The longer it goes on the it loses shape and gets distracted by competing scientists and th. This groundbreaking work is the irst internationally published book to examine the link between a protein in the milk we drink and a range of serious illnesses including heart disease Type 1 diabetes autism and schizophreniaThese health problems are linked to a tiny protein ragment that is ormed when we digest A1 beta casein a milk protein produced by many cows in the United States and northern European countries Milk that contains A1 beta casein is commonly known as A1 milk; milk that does not is called A2 All milk was once A2. ,