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_ziq_ wrote (edited )

Really though, it makes no logical sense for humans to consume milk after infancy.

It's interesting that white people are less inclined to lactose intolerancy, I didn't know that.

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vacuousaptitude wrote

It's basically because drinking another animals milk is something mostly white people started doing, due to the whole winter thing causing a lack of availability of food for several months a year. Our ancestors most definitely got super sick on it for generations, but they kept eating it until they adapted because they didn't have many choices.