Such a persistent idea, desire, emotion, etc., esp. one that cannot be gotten rid of by reasoning Ref
Persistent - continuing to exist or occur over a prolonged period.
Dairy is a
- persistent idea
The Idea of dairy was developed a long back ago and it is persistent.
- persistent desire
The desire of dairy have become stronger and stronger over a period of time and it is persistent
- persistent emotion
A lot of emotions have been attached to dairy products and it is persistent.
The persistent idea, desire or emotion that can't be gotten rid of by reasoning
There are a lot of research and clinical studies have been done and published over dairy products and it has been established that animal milk is not at all made for human consumption and it is designed by nature for the newborn baby of the same species, human's milk is for human, cow's milk for cow, dog's milk for dog and so on.
Consuming other's species milk is the main cause of so many diseases like heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, cancer etc. These diseases are increasing as dairy consumption is increasing.
Yes, the dairy users do not accept any such reasoning and keep continuing and increasing their dairy consumption.
Dairy consumers are-
(1) Unable to stop consuming dairy products despite it is proved that dairy is extremely harmful for human beings.
(2) Consuming casein "one of the proteins in milk behaves like morphine in the body".
“Casein, one of the proteins in milk, crosses the blood-brain barrier and becomes something called casomorphins. Yes’m, that sounds a lot like morphine—because casomorphin is also an opiod. Nature designed it that way so young mammals would enjoy nursing, come back for more, and live to reproduce themselves.” “Human milk has only 2.7 grams of casein per liter. Cow’s milk has 26. And because it takes, on average, ten pounds of milk to make one pound of cheese or ice cream, you’re looking at a lot of casein and resultant casomorphin.” The result can be a major opiate addiction that can cause people to have serious withdrawal symptoms. Ref
So, what do you think?
- Are dairy users literally obsessed with dairy?
- Are dairy users literally addicted to dairy?