Cold Milk



cold milk

warm milk

hydrochloric acid

bad breath



Are you drinking it cold or warm? 

I rest my case, whenever you drink cold milk, what happens? Your stomach shrinks, contracts. When your stomach is contracted you can't build and secrete hydrochloric acid. So, what happens? You have unprocessed sugars and unprocessed proteins move into the duodenum. They go right into the blood undigested. 

Then the liver has to try to handle the situation or the pancreas and that'll cause some cramping, let's say the time before you drank it cold, but you didn't have the reaction right away until the next time you drank the milk. All of a sudden, the body's doing to deal with that undigested protein that's sitting in the liver. 

So, I tell people not to drink cold. Don't do it. 

Minimum, I would say is you take it out right away and you put it in a bowl of warm water, and it gets to body temperature probably a half hour. But, if you just take it out and don't put it in warm water and you let it sit in the cupboard, put it in a dark cupboard because the light will turn it bitter. In the dark cupboard, let it sit 8, 10 hours. 

Well, it just isn't as tasty, can also make some bad breath. 

Certain bacteria the reaction with gums, dental bone and dental nerves and causes it to detox heavily. That's why it creates a bad breath. It's not a bad breath, normally like the toxins getting into the blood, the gasses from the stomach given the air passage and secreted out the longs, that's one kind of bad breath. 

The particular bad breath from bitter milk. It's usually breaking down the toxicity in the nerve tissue or the bones in the mandible and it secretes out the gum along the teeth.  


So, is 60-70 degrees okay or does it have to be up to body temperature? 


No, it depends. If you let it sit for 8, 10 hours at room temperature, 60, 70 degrees. 

The cooler it is the warmer. 

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