If you don't eat dairy, then you must take calcium supplements. Otherwise you don't get enough calcium from nutrition.Yeah, right.
Somehow the information that I tried to convey to her, that "Milk makes me ill", somehow that did not register for her. I know, it's only an anecdote to her, but still.
"If I eat this it makes me ill, if I stop eating it I get better" should be an easy to understand concept.
But I guess I am some sort of freak of nature and the only person in the world that has adverse health effects by dairy? And after all, don't all adult animals need calcium, well, because.
Maybe in 10 or 20 years we know much more about the adverse health effects of (pasteurized) dairy, and then she'll look back on what she told me about milk – or maybe not.
I wasn't in the mood to argue, so I just said "I am trying raw-milk dairy and it does not give me acne so far."
I guess she hears all kind of BS, so she'll file it under "Another Nutter", oh well. Whatever happened to being your own experiment, of being your own n-1?