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    Kashrus Switch Changed My Life

    From the COLlive inbox: A woman says a change she has done in her kashrus eating resulted in wonders for her body. Full Story

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    True...

    But cholov yisroel milk contains lactose! Please explain

    wow
    Guest
    wow

    nice

    lactose intolerant
    Guest
    lactose intolerant

    I’ve always been lactose intolerant and still am and I’m very careful with hechsherim. Bh worked out for you, but I don’t think anyone should take this and try it on themselves regarding milchig if you don’t handle it, but more take a lesson from the point of keeping higher standards of kashrus in general

    Me 2!
    Guest
    Me 2!

    Same exact thing happened to me!
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    The reason
    Guest
    The reason

    Cholov Yisroel milk is milk from only KOSHER animals. Cholov akoom, or as it is sometimes called cholov Stam, has a very small amount of non kosher animal milk. Since our spirituality is linked to our physicality when themilk was not made from ONLY KOSHER milk the body rejected it. She is lucky. Hashem doesn’t always give us such straight out guidance towards chooser a more appropriate option! Thank you for sharing!may we always make the right choices towards a higher way of living!

    Not convinced
    Guest
    Not convinced

    Unless it can be proved scientifically under strict laboratory conditions, with variables, control group, or whatever, I would take this as just another fanciful, wishful thinking story. Otherwise it would happen for everyone with apparent or proven lactose intolerance, that they would no longer suffer adverse reactions to lactose, so long as they only ingested cholov yisroel.

    thats really cool!!!
    Guest
    thats really cool!!!

    wow 😉

    To # 1
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    To # 1

    This story indicates that while the doctors thought it was the lactose it was not. It was the spiritual quality lacking in cholov stam that was making her sick not the lactose.

    There is a similar story of the Klausenberger Rebbe. When he was in the camps during the holocust he figured to survive he would have to drink cholov stam. His belly swelled immediately and he got very sick, it went away as soon as he stopped drinking the cholov stam.

    To #5
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    To #5

    Chalav Stam doesn’t necessarily have non kosher milk mixed in!!

    Number 5 correction
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    Number 5 correction

    Number 5, Milk processed in the United States and it’s products ( “OU-D”), what we refer to as Cholov Stam, most certainly does NOT contain any non-kosher milk cv”s. The reason for cholov yisroel is indeed what you say, and in other countries the problem still exists. But to say that tens of thousands of frum yidden are consuming milk from trief animals is not true. We don’t accept the heter of “cholov Stam” as there are many halachic/ruchniusdik issues with it, but we can’t say untrue statements that are choshes thousands of other Jews.

    Have a kid with allergys
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    Have a kid with allergys

    Can’t relate to your story….. We do keep kosher and our kid is suffering…..

    Same happened to me
    Guest
    Same happened to me

    It’s so cool how god works!!!

    IBS
    Guest
    IBS

    I’ve suffered from IBS for the last twenty years, and, despite eating למהדרין מן המהדרין nothing seemed to help. My Chinese medical practitioner suggested that I try a spoon of Black Cumin Seed Oil a day and that has made all the difference. I went from a constantly upset bowel to being regular. It took about 1 month to fully work. For all those suffering from IBS, I suggest you look into this.

    #5
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    #5

    Not sure where you live, but in the US all milk is made from cow’s milk unless stated differently. In addition, there are many Cholov Stam products that have hechsherim, so how can you say that they are containing non-kosher milk? Or from non-kosher animals?

    To number 5
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    To number 5

    First of all there is no such thing as cholov stam. Halachikally theres cholov yisroel and cholov akkum. And cholov akum is not forbidden because it has a small amount of treife milk but rather because of the concern that there might be. Even when the concern is not applicable the Halacha is that it is cholov akum unless a jew sees the milking process. R Moshe feinstein (and others) hold that the milk in countries such as the US where there are strict regulations in place to be cholov Yisroel. Those who do not accept his heter consider it… Read more »

    To 6
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    To 6

    Stop being amalek noones trying to prove anthing they are just trying to share something that happened in their life that inspired them and hopefully will inspire others

    #16
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    #16

    Yes, well people are welcome to their delusions, I suppose.

    cows can be treif
    Guest
    cows can be treif

    When cows are fed grain instead of being allowed to graze, they get bloated and have gas. The only remedy is to puncture its stomach, rendering the cow treif. On the cholov Yisroel farms those cows are set aside for cholov akum milk.
    You can call J & J to confirm it, as I did. I called them several years ago.

    keep kosher
    Guest
    keep kosher

    I keep kosher including cholov yisroel just because it’s a mitzvat H’.

    To #15 Sorry, YOU ARE WRONG
    Guest
    To #15 Sorry, YOU ARE WRONG

    I looked over everything R Moshe Feinstein says about Cholov Yisroel (I used the sefer Yad Moshe for all the Mafteichos) and ***[ NOWHERE does he say that US Milk is cholov yisroel ]

    *** he also says “U’baal Nefesh Yachmir”
    and even mentions clearly that he himself would NOT drink US milk which is NOT cholv yisroel

    relax
    Guest
    relax

    This story is being shared to inspire- she is not trying to put out scientific data out there for everyone to live by- she is sharing her personal miracle how keeping a mitzvah has helped her. Each one can derive their own lesson…learn and get inspired.
    Thanx for sharing this beautiful story!

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