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Answered: How to add milk of magnesia in meal time without diarhea?

Milk of magnesia is a laxative. That means it will cause bowel movements. Maybe you should use less of it.
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Answered: Milk to make cheese did not curdle, help

By accident, I once boiled milk while warming up, and the end result is constipation. I then used the same method over the years to cure diarrhea, and it works every time.

Answered: Milk cream turn into pink

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Answered: Pasterized milk mith, is the paper it's legal, and stop's and

Considering you can barely speak English, I seriously doubt you're reading the JAMA. It's far far above your comprehension level. And do you even know what Pasteurization is? How it's done, who invented it, what it's for and why it's important?

Answered: Is Milk Good For You?

Raw milk? If your body can stand it, than maybe? I don't know. But even regular milk isn't that good for you. The NUTRIENTS in milk are, like the calcium, vitamin D type of thing, but that can be found in even greater amounts in soy milk. Regular milk is fattening and it comes from cows that have ...
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