It pleased God to create the races of mankind to be distinct and unequal. While all of mankind is called to repent and worship Jesus, we are also called to form separate political communities. This separateness is for the glory of God and for the benefit of all men and women.
One such distinction that God built into the sons of Adam is an unequal ability to digest dairy products. Certain races are more likely to be lactose intolerant, which in turn means that dietary advice cannot be “colorblind.” If different races lived in distinct communities, these dietary differences would not be a political issue. But because we live in multicultural Babel, health advisors who promote a diet that is healthy for whites will now be criticized for insensitivity to our “diverse” dietary needs.
From Live Kindly:
“Under current U.S. guidelines, the recommendations suggest that “most individuals” would benefit from increased dairy consumption. But data show as much as 65 percent of the human population is lactose intolerant. ‘The National Institutes of Health estimates that 30 million to 50 million American adults are lactose intolerant, including 95 percent of Asians Americans, 60-80 percent of African Americans and Ashkenazi Jews, 80-100 percent of Native Americans, and 50-80 percent of Hispanics,” says PCRM. “The Guidelines have never taken into consideration these populations’ natural progression toward not breaking down a major sugar found in milk.'”