As I mention above, the issues of dairy are with casein (the protein in cheese) and lactose (milk sugar). Many people can't digest lactose, and casein is implicated in many allergies and sensitivities. So that's why I say milk products are suspicious in proportion to their casein and lactose content: often cheese and milk are right out. And some people are so sensitive to casein or lactose that even the tiny amounts in butter cause problems for them. That's why one of my last steps is “Consider removing dairy from your diet.”
PricePlow may be willing to pay for blood tests for a trusted reviewer/logger if you can get the product, so long as we can publish the tests. See our blog post about PricePlow’s Blood Testing Program . Who Should Use This? Age and Gender Recommendations At PricePlow we recommend only users above the age of 23 use anabolic compounds due to the fact that estrogenic compounds can close growth plates in the hips and spine, [34,35,36,37] resulting in the user not being able to grow any taller than they naturally would. 19-nor-DHEA falls into the category of being estrogenic and progesteronic, unfortunately, so this would be another compound to avoid for younger lifters.
And, those with autism may have an especially leaky gut—at significantly higher risk for abnormally high intestinal permeability, which may explain why the vast majority of autistic children may have antibodies in their blood to wheat and dairy proteins, compared to a small minority of normal children. And, based on allergy studies, even if an infant is strictly breastfed, they may still be exposed to bits of bovine milk proteins if the mother drinks milk, as the bovine protein fragments can get into her blood, then her breast, then into her baby’s body. But, does it get into the baby’s brain?