http://www.nytimes.com/2006/12/10/scien ... yt&emc=rss
With this whole evolution thing going on, could it be that those who can digest milk, should keep drinking milk because of the evolutionary process? What if say my Family line has been drinking milk for centuries, and I suddenly decide milk is bad because I'm past weaning Could this not perhaps cause a problem? And that those whose 'switch' to digest milk is off, shouldn't drink milk.A surprisingly recent instance of human evolution has been detected among the peoples of East Africa. It is the ability to digest milk in adulthood, conferred by genetic changes that occurred as recently as 3,000 years ago, a team of geneticists has found.
p.s. Shouldn't the 'Excluded: (raw) milk/dairy' caption be:
The reasons why it's excluded from the Sample diet.
Since cottage cheese and ice cream, are clearly allowed as munchfoods- and listed in the recipe section.