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I’m Just Theorizing Here!

I’ve recently been told that putting milk into a cup of tea almost completely nullifies the effects of the good antioxidants and healthy goodness of the tea.

If this is true, it means that milk STOPS the effects of certain chemicals, compounds and particles.

Now, if milk, which is made of basically nothing more than fat and water, can totally stop the effects of certain chemicals – – then I can’t help but think that a certain mixture of fat and water could be the cure for disease.

I’m not a scientist, I wish I was one, but I’m not.

But, if milk(fat and water) can stop chemicals from enacting themselves properly, then why can’t some variant of fat and water be used to make some kind of prototype for the cure for Ebola, or any other awful disease!?

I don’t know.

Bye!

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