Milk Is A Slow Poison For These People

by Shatakshi Gupta

We all know that drinking milk is very important for health. Milk removes the deficiency of all the necessary nutrients in the body which pertains to the development of keeping our hair, our skin and our bones strong. Milk becomes more essential for vegetarians as it is the only source of animal protein for them.

 But there are some people, for whose bodies, milk acts like a slow poison.  People who have fatty liver problems should avoid consuming milk.  Because these people have difficulty in digesting milk due to fatty liver.  Also, milk can increase both the swelling and fat in their liver.  This is because milk is rich in protein and for fatty liver people, consuming protein makes their liver health worse.

 People with fatty liver may have problem with fat accumulation, increased swelling or fibroids on the liver.  All these problems take a more serious form in the event that the person continues to consume protein rich diets.  And milk is an important source of protein.  Therefore, people who are suffering from fatty liver problem should avoid the consumption of milk and most things made of milk.

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However, they can consume limited quantity of curd and buttermilk.  Adding Asafoetida and cumin seeds in buttermilk will even supplement the digestion, as this will help increase the absorption capacity of your liver.

What is a fatty liver?

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 Fatty liver is a type of disorder.  In this, excessive amount of fat is present on the liver of a person.  Because of this the liver is not able to function properly.  When the liver is slow in functioning, it affects the metabolism of the whole body. People who have fatty liver problems often have a bad stomach. They often loose their appetite. Due to slow metabolism their liver do not either digest the food properly. This causes problems such as stomach heaviness, gas, indigestion, sluggishness, fatigue, and weight gain or loss.