Have you noticed more mucus and problems with asthma in yourself related to milk consumption?
I do not have asthma, but I do know milk and milk products cause more mucous in the body.
Dairy products gave me an over-abundance of mucus in my sinuses, so much so that I would regularly get severe migraines that would last several days. Since giving up dairy, I haven't had such severe issues with mucus build-up and have not had a migraine since.
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