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Offline chucky

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Milk egg drink
« on: March 22, 2010, 03:33:57 am »
Does anyone combine milk and egg and drink it ? How do you feel after drinking it ? Does it make you dizzy or drowsy ?

Seems like every time I drink this combination I get dizzy and extreme weakness. But it never happens when I don't combine these two. I remember someone mentioning that Aajonus does this. Can egg-milk drink clean liver as it made something to be dumped into my bowel. I still feel it being "there".

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Re: Milk egg drink
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2010, 06:31:02 am »

I sometimes eat one or two raw eggs, than drink some milk or kefir and have not been dizzy. For some reason I don't like mixing stuff into a cream.

Do you drink a lot of it?

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Re: Milk egg drink
« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2010, 07:06:31 am »
Does anyone combine milk and egg and drink it ? How do you feel after drinking it ? Does it make you dizzy or drowsy ?

Seems like every time I drink this combination I get dizzy and extreme weakness. But it never happens when I don't combine these two.

    Do you sip it very slowly? 

    I don't like (raw) milk that isn't cultured.  When I do drink it, I at times get a bad aftertaste. 
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Re: Milk egg drink
« Reply #3 on: March 22, 2010, 11:20:20 am »
I have indeed done this. I daily drank 1 glass of milk with 6 egg yolks as a liver tonic. I didn't seem to digest it :(. Other than burping it occasionally, i never feel weak or dizzy or anything, but i certainly don't think my body can handle that much at once unles i've been doing heavy exercise....my digestion is rather weak -[

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Re: Milk egg drink
« Reply #4 on: March 22, 2010, 04:10:32 pm »
I tried this combo to see if I could digest milk.
No difference.
I found out I'm really lactose intolerant.
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Re: Milk egg drink
« Reply #5 on: March 22, 2010, 08:05:44 pm »
Thanks for your answers. Seems like it's not the case for you.

Seeker_1 you mentioned using it as a liver tonic. Do you remember where you read about it ?

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Re: Milk egg drink
« Reply #6 on: March 22, 2010, 10:07:35 pm »
    Do you ever drink it cold?  Cold milk definitely gives me a stomach ache.  It needs to be sipped slow anyway.  Milk is naturally sucked from a teet or areola/nipple.  It comes out much slower than a baby bottle, and with more working at it.  The mouth, tongue, lip motions are necessary.
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Re: Milk egg drink
« Reply #7 on: March 23, 2010, 12:27:27 am »
jarnapal- Actually i just know that egg yolks act as a liver tonic (though apparently so do lemons/limes). Scientifically speaking any high cholesterol, high fat meal with lecithin will work. What it does is the high fat triggers the release of bile. Bile acts as a medium for the liver to release fat-soluble toxins to expel through the bowl. By adding the extra cholesterol and lecithin you give the building blocks for new bile so the old bile is simply expelled with the toxins and new bile is made. Any excess choleserol would be expelled, agains, with fat soluble toxins. Thats the theory. So I figured anything with egg yolks. Since i had alot of milk and refuse to drink water out of tap or plastic bottles, my choice was clear, lol.

Though now it seems best to use lemon/lime juice and sum extra fat, like oil, butter or cream with the eggs for optimal results.

Also as Rawzi stated, milk should be drunk at room temperature, if it's cold it'll cause digestive distress. I actually just take 2-4 quarts and leave it out overnight(5-8hrs for cold ass fridge) and sip it during the day. Also don't drink alot at once and don't guzzle/chug it. I chugged about 1 1/2 quarts at work last night and it "stayed with me" for about 7 hours, lol.

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Re: Milk egg drink
« Reply #8 on: March 23, 2010, 07:32:32 am »
Reminds me of a story read years ago, someone learned the diet of (NYC) young car thieves who stole just to go joyriding.
ALL of them drank at least a quart of milk/day.

You have been warned.                           :D

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Re: Milk egg drink
« Reply #9 on: March 24, 2010, 11:52:40 pm »
jarnapal- Actually i just know that egg yolks act as a liver tonic (though apparently so do lemons/limes). Scientifically speaking any high cholesterol, high fat meal with lecithin will work. What it does is the high fat triggers the release of bile. Bile acts as a medium for the liver to release fat-soluble toxins to expel through the bowl. By adding the extra cholesterol and lecithin you give the building blocks for new bile so the old bile is simply expelled with the toxins and new bile is made. Any excess choleserol would be expelled, agains, with fat soluble toxins. Thats the theory. So I figured anything with egg yolks. Since i had alot of milk and refuse to drink water out of tap or plastic bottles, my choice was clear, lol.

Though now it seems best to use lemon/lime juice and sum extra fat, like oil, butter or cream with the eggs for optimal results.

Also as Rawzi stated, milk should be drunk at room temperature, if it's cold it'll cause digestive distress. I actually just take 2-4 quarts and leave it out overnight(5-8hrs for cold ass fridge) and sip it during the day. Also don't drink alot at once and don't guzzle/chug it. I chugged about 1 1/2 quarts at work last night and it "stayed with me" for about 7 hours, lol.

Good to know. THanks!

Reminds me of a story read years ago, someone learned the diet of (NYC) young car thieves who stole just to go joyriding.
ALL of them drank at least a quart of milk/day.

You have been warned.                           :D

So Seeker, have you noticed any tendency to steal a car ? lol

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Re: Milk egg drink
« Reply #10 on: March 24, 2010, 11:57:01 pm »
Reminds me of a story read years ago, someone learned the diet of (NYC) young car thieves who stole just to go joyriding.
ALL of them drank at least a quart of milk/day.

You have been warned.                           :D

    I've heard that violent criminal juvenile delinquents are known to drink excessive amounts of pasteurized commercial cow milk.
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