Why are the majority of Native Americans lactose intolerant?
#49770. Asked by jonimacaroni. (Jul 27 04 1:55 PM)
Probably because they didn't have herds of cows. Lactose intolerance won't be bred out of such a population. Cows' milk isn't ideal for human babies, but it's better than no milk at all when there's no other substitute.
Jul 27 04, 3:27 PM
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