Have you ever wondered why it's often very hard to give up cheese? It
turns out that nature has ways to make sure that mom and baby bond and
stay close together until the baby is weaned. Researchers found
morphine, a highly addictive opiate, in cow's and human's milk.
Moreover, they also discovered that the protein casein breaks into
casomorphins when it is digested, which also produce opiate effects.
Since casein is very concentrated in cheese, the level of casomorphins
is very high, making cheese a highly addictive food. To learn more
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Animal-based cheeses are certainly not necessary in a healthy diet
and can actually be detrimental for our health, since it is high in
cholesterol and saturated fats. To make things worse, cheese is the
product of the relentless exploitation of dairy cows and their calves.
It is the product of pain, fear and suffering. As Christians, we should
realize that dairy consumption does not accord with a peaceful and
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