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if milk has hormones, why doesn't everyone who drinks it have acne?

Commented on March 20, 2013
Created March 20, 2013 at 2:49 AM

if milk has hormones, why doesn't everyone who drinks it have acne? I heard it's the hormones, and other properties or factors like intolerance, but if it were the hormones that everyone who consumes it would be affected by the hormones, because genetics or not, hormones function the same in everyone's body.

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on March 20, 2013
at 01:05 PM

Dht causes acne? It seems like a reeeeeeeeach to me for you not to mention estrogen or the ratio of t to free t.

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on March 20, 2013
at 02:58 AM

The scope of your question is too small. Milk (and most dairy) contain IGF and precursors to DHT (the "bad" testosterone.) DHT = acne. Not everyone handles DHT or IGF the same way. People who have a healthy pancreas and good blood sugar control will not be particularly affected by IGF. People who are insensitive to hormonal fluctuations will be less affected by DHT. No, hormones don't function the same in everyone's body, but the hormones themselves have a specific "effect." If everyone's hormones functioned the same way, diabetes/estrogen-dependent cancers/PCOS/baldness/etc. would not exist.

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