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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mT1rodfjrnk

I see all of these articles and stuff online that say casein protein is good for us, and from what I've read, cow milk is 80% casein and human milk is 40% casein (Wiki is trying to tell me it's 60-65%). The thing is, this guy seems to think that casein is completely dangerous and horrible because it's used as a glue, but it can't be if it's in human breast milk, can it? Obviously we're not supposed to drink human breast milk as far into our lives as people drink cow milk, but I'm a bit confused here. Maybe I wasn't listening properly, so if I missed something please let me know.
"The reason that people are not vegetarian for the most part is convenience. That is it. They are raised in a society where it's so easy not to be a vegetarian."
- Ian Mackaye
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"The reason that people are not vegetarian for the most part is convenience. That is it. They are raised in a society where it's so easy not to be a vegetarian."
- Ian Mackaye
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