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Milk fat found in junk food may be to blame for dramatic rise in IBS cases

Concentrated milk fat is abundant in processed foods and confectionery
PUBLISHED: 12:00 EST, 13 June 2012 | UPDATED: 13:01 EST, 13 June 2012
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A great source of calcium - but concentrated fat from milk could be irritating our bowels
A dairy ingredient in junk food may be responsible for rising rates of inflammatory bowel disease and other immune disorders, research suggests.
Scientists believe milk fat upsets the gut ecosystem, causing an influx of potentially harmful bacteria.
In certain individuals, this can trigger an extreme immune reaction, leading to Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) conditions such as Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis.

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Personally, I am repulsed by the thought of humans

drinking another mammal's milk. Yuk!

~Your perception becomes your reality~

In a word..

Crap!...we have lived, survived and thrived on raw milk... for thousands of years, most cultures on most continents have had milk from breast, goat, camel, horse, llama, cow.

IBS? That stinks!

IBS? That stinks!

Irritable Barack Syndrome?

Irritable Barack Syndrome?

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Not exactly. But it feels

Not exactly. But it feels and smells about the same.

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