Cheese is bacterial poop!! That’s right! It’s bacterial sh!t!
“In fact, cheese should never be introduced into the human stomach. Never. It has no place there. The only place for it is in that other instrument with a chain on it where you pull and get [swishing sounds] ppchhhtttzz! And then it’s gone. That’s the best place for cheese.”...and we call it “food” for some strange reason. And “If you want to lose bone, then go for the cheese.” ~ Walter J. Veith
But who really cares? I mean, meat-eaters have no qualms about eating dead bodies. Dead bodies with a nasty version of a mother’s milk (cow or goat or sheep) on top. Vegetarians too love to eat this goop in all forms, so why would knowing that cheese is poop matter? Enjoy! Or maybe you will start the stopping of killing yourself through eating shit. Literally shit.
I have transcribed a portion for you. Read it and watch it here:
“Udderly Amazing” by Dr. Walter J. Veith transcript starting at 47:00 ending at 54:57 [warning for people like my sister and aunt ~ ~~~~~~~Rodent graphic at 54:58] Transcribed by Lovely Opinionated Vegan Evolution L.O.V.E.
Walter Veith on Cheese production and digestion:
“Are you ready? Let’s have some fun with cheese. What is cheese? It’s propagated as a high energy growth food. And it’s used so widely in the world today that one can hardly imagine a life without it. Isn’t that right? One can hardly imagine. Imagine all the things that are sold out there that contain cheese and the pizzas and the lasagnas and all these marvelous things.
How’s cheese made? Firstly you take the milk and then you add a culture and then you add some fermentation and then you get a curd. And you have some whey. And the curd you can use and you can make cottage cheeses of them, these are the soft cheeses. Now what does the curd contain, just wrap it up for me...it contains high cholesterol oxidized fat, it contains which protein? Casein and some lacto globulins and all of those which are not easily digestible and then it contains, if it’s cultured and it’s been fermented then it won’t have anymore lactose in it, the glucose will have been fermented away and been changed to lactic acid, that’s not a big problem but the galactose will be present as what? As galactose. So what’s bad in this cottage cheese? The fat is bad, the protein is bad and the galactose is bad.
Then when you mature that further you get soft cheeses and if you mature that further you get mature cheeses and all of that comes from this curd. Now what has happened in a mature cheese? In a mature cheese what has happened is that the bacteria have worked on the product and what do the bacteria actually do? They utilize anything that’s useful, because bacteria have to grow, so they utilize everything that’s useful until they get to the point when they’ve used everything that’s useful and that which they cannot use remains. Then the process stops and we say it has become “mature”. Does that make sense? Is that logical? Yes alright.
Now let me try and put this to you kindly. If you eat a meal, and you’ve utilized everything that you can utilize and then the process stops, what do you do with the rest? Yes, you go an sit in that special little chamber where you have this chain effort and you go [makes pulling gesture and swishing sound] Swish! And it’ gone, right? So basically mature cheese is bacterial [gestures quotes] “_____” whatever. (poop) that’s left over. And it even has the smell associated with it, which we have turned into something artistic and delectable, isn’t that so? The better and more aromatic the more expensive it becomes. So we have become experts in producing this product and we call it “food” for some strange reason. Now you pop it into your stomach. The bacteria didn’t have much success with what was left over, that’s why it’s called a mature cheese. It’s highly rich in casein, it has some oxidized fat, which is the worst thing that you could possibly have, and this casein is indigestible, the bacteria do not have the enzymes to cleave it, they don’t have the acid medium. We have an enzyme, pepsin, which can actually cleave proteins, but it really battles with casein. Because you need something else to unwind it, what is that? Renin. Do we have renin as adults? Yes or no? We don’t even have enough of it as infants, that’s why mom adds Bacillus bifidus. No, no, no! We don’t have it! So do we cleave this protein very well, yes or no? No we don’t. And so, the cheese stays in there and we produce a very acid system that which can cause gastritis and chronic ulceritis (Ulcerative Colitis) over a long period of time if we eat a lot of it.
And the amazing thing is occasionally we send samples through for analysis. And that’s when the sphincter opens and a little sample goes through [kisses sound]. And there are receptors there which measure the size of the molecules. And if they are too large when they come through, we send a signal back and say, ‘close up, the jobs not done, the jobs not done.” And then it stays in there longer. Now i’ve already told you that normal plant foods will be in and out of the stomach within 4 hours, finished. If you add meat to the diet it can stay longer, it can stay up to 6 hours. If you add cheese to this it can stay in there for 10 hours, even longer, 12 hours. 10 hours is sort of the average for cheese. And that makes for what we call “satiety”, feeling satisfied. That is why, if you want to shut your guests up, you give them cheese! And they don’t ask you for food very quickly because they satisfied. Now I have a question for you, if you go to people and you say, “Why don’t you change to a healthier diet, eat more plant foods?”, what is the first thing they will say? “It doesn’t satisfy me, I eat and I am hungry again.” Well actual fat, that’s what you really want to be.
When you eat, how much do you absorb from your stomach? Nothing. When do you start absorbing? Once it’s in the intestines, isn’t that right? So in other words, your stomach must be empty and the food must be in the intestines when you start getting energy from the food. What’s the good of eating and keeping the food in your stomach? What’s the point of that? That’s pathetic. So “satiety” might mean, ‘I feel satisfied” but the longer you feel ‘satisfied’, the worse your diet is. You want it to empty out. So a good feeling of emptiness means energy. Challenge anyone who feels satisfied for a walk up a mountain. Hmmm and see how he feels satisfied with all his energy in his stomach instead of going into his bloodstream, it makes no sense. In Germany there is a saying, “Käse schließt den Magen”, which means, ‘cheese shuts off the stomach”, and that’s exactly what it does. In fact, cheese should never be introduced into the human stomach. Never. It has no place there. The only place for it is in that other instrument with a chain on it where you pull and get [swishing sounds] ppchhhtttzz! And then it’s gone. That’s the best place for cheese.
If we look at the acid loads in food, we’ve discussed this already, notice that mature cheese will give you an acid load of 23.6 mEq (milliequivalents), that’s the most acid food that you can get. And you have to neutralize that with calcium carbonate from the body. If you want to lose bone, then go for the cheese.”
Transcription of “Udderly Amazing” by Dr. Walter J. Veith starting at 47:00 ending at 54:57 [warning for people like my sister and aunt ~ ~~~~~~~Rodent graphic at 54:58]
The rest of this talk is amazing and worth every second!