HE DRANK THIS EVERY DAY AND LIVED UP TO 152 YEARS!

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A man named Thomas Parr, a humble English farmer, it is the world’s oldest man – he lived to be 152 years!


Thomas lived a century and a half thanks to the drink of whey he drank every day.

Composition and the healing powers of whey

Whey has many benefits so you can drink it throughout your whole live, from birth to death.

Whey is the original form of a liquid that contains less than 1 % of protein and more than 93 % of water. Main ingredients of whey are: potassium, sodium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, copper, cobalt, manganese, molybdenum, vitamins, essential amino acids and enzymes.

One hundred grams of whey contain only 2 calories, that is particularly suitable for weight loss.

Healthiest drink for fighting liver diseases
A clean liver is the key for a good health, and whey is a powerful liver cleanser. If you suffer from any kind of liver disease consume whey regularly.
Whey contains beta – lactoglobulin, which supplies the body with amino acids (BCAA). This can help in advanced stage of liver disease. According to experts, BCAA supplement helps patients suffering from cirrhosis to live longer and better.


Preparation and application of whey

The best thing about whey is that you can prepare it by yourself. Use raw milk or you can buy it in markets or in health food stores or get it from a local producer. Goat whey is the best, but cow whey is good as well. The most important thing is that they don’t treat animals with hormones. From 10 liters of milk on average, you can get one kilogram of cheese and nine liters of whey.

Because it has diuretic properties, whey is initially recommended to be consumed in moderate amounts. You can drink 150ml three times a day and gradually increase the amount up to liter and a half a day.

If you have digestive problems, just mix a tbsp of whey in a glass of water and drink this mixture before every meal. Besides from healing, you may also use whey for external skin care and hair.
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