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Re: does raw milk contribute to body odor
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Re: does raw milk contribute to body odor

No, raw milk doesn't contribute to Body Odor .

I eat raw beef, raw milk, raw eggs, raw butter, raw cheese. And I juice raw veggies and eat fruit.

I don't use deodorant and I don't smell.

Your feces will smell more. But you shouldn't.

If you mix veggie juice and eat fruit with 1.5 hours later, the two can make gas, but it depends on the person.

Pasteurized milk is old milk and drinking old milk, raw or pasteurized, will make you smell a bit if you drink it after 7-10 days.

I knew some people who would drink raw milk that was 2-3 weeks old, and you can do that since it sours and doesn't spoil, but it will make you smell.

It's very possible you might get detox reactions when eating raw at first. I know that I went through many changes. This is especially true if you're not having a bowel movement every 1-2 days. For some people, perhaps they smell for a bit when they are detoxing, I don't know.


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