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Do you find milk addictive? If so, assume an opioid-like peptide reaction. Does milk make you sneeze? If so, assume an intolerance to the immunological compounds and/or opioids, or a genuine allergic reaction – particularly if milk makes your throat itch. Does milk make you gain weight? If so, assume an opioid-like peptide reaction and/or sensitivity to IGF. Does milk provoke seizures? If so, you may need to test your reaction to calcium.
For suspected opioid-like peptide responders, individuals should test A1 milk (regular cow’s milk) versus officially branded A2 milk (Guernsey cow, buffalo, goat’s and sheep’s milk). People who are intolerant of opioids usually tolerate goat’s and sheep’s milk unless they are super-responders. See the gluten and casein responders page . Cream and Butter

Chelating or sequestering agents are added to foods to bind trace metals which can act as catalysts in food spoilage. These agents play an important role in preventing clouding of what should be a clear soft drink. The prevention of fruit discolorations is aided by the addition of small amounts of these preservatives. Calcium disodium ethylene diamine tetracetate, otherwise known as EDT A, is gaining popularity for its ability to prevent or reduce discoloration, clouding and rancidity. It is used in a variety of products such as cream style corn, black-eyed peas, salad dressings and beer.

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