My gift to you. If you eat something today, don’t eat it again tomorrow. Rotate your daily food intake, both solid and liquid. Yes, including your coffee and even your healthy fruits and vegetables. And here is why.
We go to a convenient store and buy a gallon of milk, a tub of butter, a loaf of bread, and a block of cheese. Then we go about eating these things every day until they are gone because we don’t want them to go bad. We spent good money on them and they are good when consumed together as well. And this is also true for the healthiest of organic whole foods.
When you eat the same thing day after day it will ultimately end in a small intestinal bacterial overgrowth and inflammation even if it remains subclinical for many years. By the time it shows up on the radar and we go to the doctor we have become so far disconnected timewise from the inception of the cause, that we fail to see the connection between this dietary action and the disease it causes. And then we downplay it by calling it love handles.
Don’t be hard on yourself. Just eat smarter. And if you insist on eating anything animal eat it only once every 4th day allowing only one kind of animal product in your body at a time. Watch what will happen.
P.S. Regarding any kind of dairy product, I cannot in good conscience put my stamp of approval on it no matter what kind of animal it came from or what kind of processing or fermentation has been applied to it. No mammal is designed to consume its mother’s milk beyond infancy much less into adulthood or from another species of mammal.
P.S.S. The problem with eating anything animal lies within our body’s response to our consumption of it. It results in an immediate immune response. Some might call this lactose intolerance while others lack the vital energy to do anything in response to the toxic effects the animal products have on the body. But that does not mean that there isn’t a problem. That just means you are not experiencing it today. That doesn’t mean you won’t forever. It may just take time to show up as an ulcer, SIBO, colitis, or some other ailment that will likely require medical intervention if you choose to stay your dietary course.